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Guilt, yes again..
[00:00:00] The burden of guilt. Every week when I'm on call, I see it more and more. I hear women saying this and inflicting themselves with the burden of guilt. And of course it's hard because we get subtle and pervasive messaging from society, from our families, from the government, from the medical community all the time.
But the fact is we also do it to ourselves. We deserve to treat ourselves and our brain and our soul the same way we would treat our sisters and our best friends and our mothers, and the other women in our lives who we would very clearly say, this is not your. But unfortunately, when it comes to our. We still blame ourselves all the time.
I hear guilt being inflicted harmed our own very brain and body and soul wantonly, and we need to stop. So like I've said before, and I'll continue to say it on repeat, guilt should be used for when you knowingly, willfully inflict harm. Short of that, you may reflect on behavior and think there might be times you could do things better.
You might also [00:01:00] reflect and know that the choice you made was the. Choice that you could have made at the time, regardless of whether or not that choice had fall out, and we have to accept that. But to burden ourselves with guilt is not healthy, is not good, and we have no choice but to just disavow it and say no, because no one else is gonna do that for us.
Okay? So please, please, ladies, remind yourselves, all of you who talked to me about guilt today, none of this is your fault.