Eunice Lee talks with Liz Lin of Progressive Asian American Christians about how shame plays a role in Asian-American and immigrant faith communities, and what it could look like to have an Asian-American faith community that isn’t shame-based. Whether you’re conservative, progressive, religious or not, this is a very cool episode!
There are so many things to be anxious about in today’s world. And when that’s connected to shame, whether because of relationships with others or one’s own personal self-image, life can be overwhelming and paralyzing. Eunice Lee interviews our special guest, Dr. Martin Hsia (OCD, Anxiety, and Insomnia Specialist) and have an honest talk about how to break free and experience a better quality of life.
Psych Rally Podcast: Therapy, Mental Health, Real Life PsychRallyPodcast.com
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Southern California CBTSoCal.com
Moments of Meaning videos – demystifying psychotherapy by having real therapists tell real stories about what really happens in psychotherapy. Powerful repository of human transformation to encourage deeper engagement within human relationships and life.
Host Eunice Lee is joined with Natalie Hsieh on Season 1 Episode 6 of Erasing Shame: Honest talk for healthy living. Natalie personally shares her experiencing shame as the pain of feeling “alone” or “outside” of a community, or even outside yourself. It’s a journey going from struggling in the midst of a performance-driven culture and discovering a better way to relate and connect with that community.
Eunice Lee and DJ Chuang return from a week’s break and reflect on the first month of podcasting on this topic of shame: how much bigger it is than we first imagined, what kind of response we’ve heard, and an invitation for you to share your stories with us—whether confidentially, anonymously, or publicly. Contact us on this website or via Facebook Messenger.
Shame is closely related to feeling that we are not worthy of love and feeling worthless. That can be harmful in so many ways. We believe that harmful story can be replaced with a healthy story.
Many of us sometimes feel like we don’t belong anywhere. For those that are bi-cultural, in particular, Asian Americans, it can be frustrating to not have a home where you can just be yourself and not have to explain yourself. Co-hosts DJ Chuang and Eunice Lee talk about several aspects of not belonging and how to get unstuck.
“10 things you should know about shame” (Heather Nelson, Crossway blog)
The Liturgists podcast’s episode on Shame (recorded live in Seattle, October 2017)
We talk about what it means to be fully human. How do we step out of shame and into the light to experience a more healthy and better life? It’s a huge topic, too much to cover in one episode, but we’re taking our first steps and we hope you’ll be encouraged to come along with us.
On this first episode of Erasing Shame, we take a deeper look at what shame is, going beyond the dictionary definition, and explore what it looks like and feels like, and begin our quest to erasing shame over the course of season 1.
Recorded live on Facebook with co-hosts DJ Chuang and Eunice Lee.
Welcome to the Erasing Shame podcast! Co-hosts DJ Chuang and Eunice Lee kicks off the first season with a live recording on Facebook Live. We dive into the question of Asian-American shame, its impact on mental health and how we can erase and replace shame.
This is our pilot episode, a dry run, a preview of the podcast. This is our preparation to have more honest talk for healthy living. The podcast will be available on Facebook, Twitter, iTunes, and a few other places.
It took many years before I found the courage to get help for depression, because it was so hard to overcome the stigma and shame that I needed professional help. Turns out I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Having help from counseling, medication, and a community of faith has given me much healing and hope for a better life. Watch the video of this story from DJ Chuang.