Normally, we think of embarrassment as a negative emotion, but it can be valuable, too.
All of us have experienced embarrassment. Perhaps you confidently asserted an answer in school only to find out that you were wrong. Maybe you cut a few corners finishing a work assignment, only to have your shoddy performance revealed. You might have embellished your role in a success only to have others correct the record.
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