Verified by Psychology Today. Hide and Seek. Embarrassmentshame, guilt, and humiliation all imply the existence of value systems. Whereas shame and guilt are primarily the outcome of self-appraisal, embarrassment and humiliation are primarily the outcome of appraisal by one or several others, even if only in thought or imagination.
See my article on embarrassment, shame, and guilt here. One important respect in which humiliation differs from embarrassment is that, whereas we bring embarrassment upon ourselves, humiliation is something that is brought upon us by others. Tommy confides to his teacher that he has not done his homework. He feels embarrassment. The teacher reveals humiliation to women with enormous asses nude whole class.
Now he feels disgrace greater embarrassment. The teacher makes him sit facing into a corner, provoking the laughter public his classmates. This time, he feels humiliation.
Had the teacher quietly given Tommy an F grade, he would have felt not humiliated but offended.
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