Composting Shame

Shame keeps us in the dark, in silence, isolated from community. When we slap shame on top of our grief, anger, our feelings o being complicit, then it becomes unspeakable and dangerous to our wellbeing. In this session, we will explore a few core questions:

  • What’s the worst thing I’ve ever done?
  • What is one shame I have carried that may need composting?
  • Naming the ways that we struggle with shame and grief and the bows and arrows we shoot at others as unhealed outlets for our anger and grief.


Shiree Teng, Audrey Jordan, Kate Morales

Area of Focus

Advocacy and Intervention for Survivors