Tag Archive: Brene Brown

What is Most Private is Most Communal

  Tom   A cool breeze puffs its way across my face.   The widow in our bedroom, an all but glorified piece of plastic wrap, makes me one with creation, whether I wish to be in this way or not. Like the two night owls on the mountainside at the end of our block, I’m […]

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Vulnerability, the Secret to Intimacy

Take a look at this insightful article – Vulnerability, the Secret to Intimacy – by professor and researcher Brené Brown, who writes about how being vulnerable is the key to us creating deeper, more intimate relationships.  Professor Brown states clearly how the more we are open with others, the more we find fulfillment, longevity, affection […]

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Owning our Story, Embracing our Vulnerability

Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it.  Embracing our vulnerability is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy – the experiences that make us the most vulnerable.  Only when we are brave enough to explore the […]

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