1. "Because I don't like to recommend any self-help method that I haven't tried myself, I performed a 'Shame-Attacking' Exercise one summer while on vacation.... I put on a cowboy hat and dark glasses and got on a crowded elevator with my two children. Then, at every floor, from the 12th floor down, I called out the numbers.
I had to force myself to blurt out, 'This is floor number eleven,' because I told myself, 'My gosh! What will all these people think of me?' ... People began to chuckle more and more at each floor as I continued to announce, '10th floor... 9th floor....' By the time we reached the main floor, everyone was laughing and giggling....
Other Shame-Attacking Exercises could include: Go into a crowded store and announce the time of day. You can say, 'It is now 3:42 pm.' Wait for a moment until people have turned to stare at you. Then repeat the time loudly and clearly." (He goes on to list more ideas.)
The Feeling Good Handbook by David Burns (keep your judgments to yourself!).
2. Note the hairclip.