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Attachment and Shame-Coping Style: A Relationship Mediated by Fear of Compassion?
Theorists have proposed that shame is a predominant emotion presented in psychotherapy. Research has focused on shame proneness; less is known about how one copes with shame. Research suggests the best antidotes for shame ...
The Relations Among Outness, Authenticity, and Well Being for Bisexual Adults
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
Outness, a proximal minority stressor for sexual minority people, demonstrated inconsistent relationships with well-being. A possible explanation for these varied findings is that characteristics of one’s sexual minority ...
The Objectification and Blame of Revenge Porn Victims
The current study sought to explore the relationship between objectification and victim blame in cases of revenge porn across cases in which the victim was sexually diverse (i.e., bisexual, lesbian, straight). Participants ...