Brené Brown Quotes (Author of Daring Greatly)
The power of vulnerability - Brené Brown
Brené Brown’s antidote to “I’m Never Good Enough!”
Right off the bat, Brene presents one of the greatest psychological hurdles to being enough. Those who live wholeheartedly have the courage to be imperfect and the strength to develop self-compassion. Connections are built and strengthened from the resulting authenticity. It turns out that people with a sense of worthiness, love, and belonging believe they are worthy of it. I am enough. Showing up, taking risks, letting myself be seen is enough. So long as we care about connection, shame will remain a powerful force in our lives.
To be on that list, you have to love me for my strengths and struggles. Letting go of what people think — or letting go of how I feel, what I believe, and who I am? The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen. We want to shake up our current less-than-fulfilling lives. We want to be happier, more loving, forgiving and connected with the people around us. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable.
In searching for information about Connection a year or two ago, I was happily introduced to the work of Dr.
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How can something that feels so wrong actually be oh so right? Oh my God…what have I done? What was I thinking to share my ideas like that? Who am I to think I can be on a mission to spread the word about mindful eating? I am still working through eating issues myself. Who am I to think I can be a specialist in this?
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