如何對待恥辱
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Humiliation1. Many of us have experienced it, right? That horrific feeling of just wanting the ground to open up and swallow us. It's an awful sensation when someone decides to belittle2 us and make us feel small. But what is humiliation, and how can we move on from it?
 
Humiliation is quite often compared to the feeling of shame. However, the fundamental difference is that we feel shame is deserved, while humiliation is not. It has more in common with bullying3 and harassment4. Neel Burton M.D says that humiliation results from undermining claims that you have made, such as “I'm good at my job”, and challenges your authority to make such claims in future.
 
Imagine your colleague shocks you by unfairly calling you out on your work during a meeting with your boss. Or your friend may demean you by questioning your expertise5 in a hobby or interest in front of your other friends.  The presence of others is the key factor in humiliation – a public dressing-down. It also has so many forms and uses in society. Public humiliation is often said to act as a crime deterrent6, while it also has a place in comedy. You may enjoy watching a celebrity7 being roasted: a humiliation designed to highlight faults for comedic effect.
 
So, how can you deal with it? According to psychologist Robert J. Sternberg, there are a few steps you can take. First, you must accept the humiliation and realise you're not the only one who has felt like this – talk to others who have experienced it and move on. Also, don't immediately try and strike back for ‘round 2' – often humiliation isn't personal. 
 
Lastly, resilience seems to be crucial. Some people say: “What doesn't kill you only makes you stronger”. While humiliation probably won't kill you, it can hurt. Why not use the degradation8 as motivation to become a better worker or learn more about that hobby or interest? It could be an opportunity to start investing more in doing something you love. That way it may have an unexpected benefit.


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1 humiliation Jd3zW     
n.羞辱
參考例句:
  • He suffered the humiliation of being forced to ask for his cards.他蒙受了被迫要求辭職的羞辱。
  • He will wish to revenge his humiliation in last Season's Final.他會為在上個季度的決賽中所受的恥辱而報復的。
2 belittle quozZ     
v.輕視,小看,貶低
參考例句:
  • Do not belittle what he has achieved.不能小看他取得的成績。
  • When you belittle others,you are actually the one who appears small.當你輕視他人時, 真正渺小的其實是你自己。
3 bullying f23dd48b95ce083d3774838a76074f5f     
v.恐嚇,威逼( bully的現在分詞 );豪;跋扈
參考例句:
  • Many cases of bullying go unreported . 很多恐嚇案件都沒有人告發。
  • All cases of bullying will be severely dealt with. 所有以大欺小的情況都將受到嚴肅處理。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
4 harassment weNxI     
n.騷擾,擾亂,煩惱,煩亂
參考例句:
  • She often got telephone harassment at night these days.這些天她經常在夜晚受到電話騷擾。
  • The company prohibits any form of harassment.公司禁止任何形式的騷擾行為。
5 expertise fmTx0     
n.專門知識(或技能等),專長
參考例句:
  • We were amazed at his expertise on the ski slopes.他斜坡滑雪的技能使我們贊嘆不已。
  • You really have the technical expertise in a new breakthrough.讓你真正在專業技術上有一個全新的突破。
6 deterrent OmJzY     
n.阻礙物,制止物;adj.威懾的,遏制的
參考例句:
  • Large fines act as a deterrent to motorists.高額罰款是對開車的人的制約。
  • I put a net over my strawberries as a deterrent to the birds.我在草莓上罩了網,免得鳥歇上去。
7 celebrity xcRyQ     
n.名人,名流;著名,名聲,名望
參考例句:
  • Tom found himself something of a celebrity. 湯姆意識到自己已小有名氣了。
  • He haunted famous men, hoping to get celebrity for himself. 他常和名人在一起, 希望借此使自己獲得名氣。
8 degradation QxKxL     
n.降級;低落;退化;陵削;降解;衰變
參考例句:
  • There are serious problems of land degradation in some arid zones.在一些干旱地帶存在嚴重的土地退化問題。
  • Gambling is always coupled with degradation.賭博總是與墮落相聯系。
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