Shame resilience 
for adult daughters:
A workshop

Free yourself from shame-based patterns in your maternal lineage


Starting in infancy, girls and women are socialized to believe there’s something wrong with them and to feel shame. 

These shaming messages often come from our mothers. Not because our mothers bad people…but rather because they learned that shaming can be “protective” – a way to remain safe and connected to resources in a culture that #1 doesn’t value women equally and #2 punishes women when they don’t conform to “norms” of said culture.

It also keeps us small. And powerless. And unable to create resources.


And sometimes it feels unsafe because we don’t just undo thousands of years of oppression and conditioning that tells us we’re not okay.

“Feel the fear and do it anyway” doesn’t cut it in the long run.

The Possession of Worthiness: A Shame-Resilience Workshop is a unique opportunity to examine, with love and care and safety, where we’ve internalized that conditioning, who we’ve passed it along to, and what it looks like when we’re no longer basing our relationships on it or living from it in an unconscious way.

For the past 10+ years I’ve been actively working with my own shame and have learned a lot about how to live with it in a healthy way. I have developed a set of tools and a process that I use personally, as well as with my 1:1 clients.

    What to expect

    In the Shame Resilience Workshop, we will:

    1. Explore the impact of patriarchy on mother-daughter relationships.

    2. Identify some of the specific shame-based beliefs you have about yourself.

    3. Learn where those beliefs ACTUALLY come from.

    4. Learn a simple-yet-powerful and tangible way to relate to those shame-based beliefs.

    5. Learn how to replace those shame-based beliefs.

    6. Lay a solid, repeatable foundation for remembering who you are.


    Live via Zoom! Saturday, August 6, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Click here to learn more and to register.

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    Much, much love,

    Karen C.L. Anderson Author and Coach

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