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Shame can be a motivator. But id be ashamed eating doritos from under my pillow. Today. 13 years ago that wouls have been quite normal ;)
“I hate my parents; therefore, I will punish myself.”
@Demolishun that psychologytoday post is an essay, so it can't be taken as proof.
Of course, if you ashame a child all through his childhood, you'l probably mess him up.
but I would also imagine that if shame totally stopped existing, crime would skyrocket.
isn't shame to some level necessary for a sane human?
but I won't make any further comments because I don't have any experience in such field. And I would assume neither do you.
@uyouthe regarding your stigma of staying indoors too much, i think it's kind of ok to remove the stigma.
but i also think that if it has stigma then there might be a reason for it: staying in doors too much is bad for mental health.
regarding releasing bad code, i don't think i agree, in fact i consider it irresponsible because writing bad code can result in users getting hacked.
i can understand the reasons for writing bad code, like growing disenchanted with a company.
but in that case it's partially their fault because they direct the products i code.
and even then i had some involvement. but that's quite different than saying "fuck code yolo, i don't need to feel embarassed'.
regarding you admitting that you don't know something, yes, that is great!
regarding giving up on everything, NO, but giving up on SOME things? definitely yes!
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