"The idea of the self is a construction. ***It's actually a construction based on patriarchal constructs of existence and on colonization, and actually the idea that we are individual, that we are something separate from the other is quite a fragmented and unhealthy view of what it means to be human***. And so an understanding that the identity that we carry is a actually a reflection of the relationships that we hold, it's through that lens that we can start to understand shame." 2/2.

I would like someone to give their take or identify some resources that I might read further on. It sounds right, but I would like to unpack it a bit more. The quote is from the Liturgists episode - Shame (18:35-19:04) during a
Hillary McBride monologue. 1/2.

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