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What is the difference between guilt and shame?

They are the same.


Guilt is a disappointment in oneself; shame is another's disappointment in you.


Guilt is a formal proof of wrongdoing; shame is the punishment give

C?

How can you expand your freedom from restrictions?

demonstrate responsibility, making the restrictions unnecessary


protest any restriction loudly


disregard the restrictions

A?

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asked by Bri
  1. I agree with your first answer.

    However, none of the answers are right for the second question. We all have restrictions on freedom. I don't have the freedom to drive my car at 80 miles an hour down a city street. I don't have the freedom to punch you in the nose. I don't have the freedom to run naked through town.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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