Did you know there's something called healthy guilt?
Most of us are more acquainted with our old unhealthy guilt, weighing down on us, making us feel horrible for a mistake, extremely embarrassed for saying something, or not saying something, on an endless trip guilt that improves nothing, but seems like the necessary path towards being better and not screwing up again.
Or is it?
In his article on Psyche Magazine, Aziz Gazipura, makes a clear distinction between healthy and unhealthy guilt and guides us towards the possibility of a kinder way of relating to ourselves, and consequentially to others.
Take a look