Oving it Great book Not always easy to implement but definitely
worth the ride So helpful to be peaceful at night and in keeping with personal values thank you so much Bren the ride So helpful to be peaceful at night and in keeping with personal values thank you so much Bren inspiring and uncomfortable a great readInspiring because it prompts you to do betterUncomfortable because it makes you rethink some parts of your life that you thought were a givenI especially enjoyed the section on parenting and its candid way to approach it This book is about those feelings and thoughts we all have "whenever we have had the courage of doing something special giving something "we have had the courage of doing something special giving something ourselves It is also about the situations which we fear to face The book is based
ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND HANDLES THE ISSUE OF SHAME scientific research and handles the issue of shame doubt of ones own value in a very interesting way It gives outsider insight to how we actually feel think and behave and enables us to understand why we actually should accept ourselves forgive ourselves and value ourselves I read this book because I was fighting inside myself with the feelings of shame This book guided me to change thinking and gave also tools for this process I really warmly recommend the book to all and everyone It is easy to read and very attractive through various case examples and profound reflextion. Times bestselling author and a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work She is a nationally renowned speaker and has won numerous teaching awards including the College's Outstanding Faculty Award Her groundbreaking work was the subject of a PBS special called The Gifts of Imperfection and has been featured on NPR and CNN Her 2010 TEDx talk on the topic of vulnerability went viral and has been translated into 38 languages and she will be a featured National TED speaker in 2012 Brené is also the author of The Gifts of Imperfection and I Thought It Was Just Me but it isn.
Read ò PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Bren BrownI had high expectations of the book because of all the hype I d heard and it far exceeded my expectations Absolutely amazing thought provoking informative wise funny true and so much It was literally one of the best books I ve
read in a long time and I don t know that I ve ever highlighted so muchin a long time and I don t know that I ve ever highlighted so much a book before "This Is The Book I "is the book I hope everyone would read It s wonderful and hugely important For many of us this is a new perspective about vulnerability assertiveness around our needs and boundaries Brene makes you think She s never patronising or sentimental she s accessible and challenging in a good way For everyone who wants to love be in a relationship and have meaningful connection whether that s with family work colleagues friends or a partner and finds that a little bit difficult It took me ages to get beyond these first few pages once I realized that I was so resistant to the topic everything changed It s well written worth reading and if you are not as slow as me and a better listener you will probably get it sooner It s a topic that being open and curious about can transform your life I really thought I knew it already Well worth reading This book backs up the TED talk on Vulnerability that caused a stir in the USA. Researcher and thought leader Dr Brené Brown offers a powerful new vision in Daring Greatly that encourages us to embrace vulnerability and imperfection to live wholeheartedly and courageouslyEvery day we experience the uncertainty risks and emotional exposure that define what it means to be vulnerable or to dare greatly Whether the arena is a new relationship an important meeting our creative process or a difficult family conversation we must find the courage to walk into vulnerability and engage with our whole heartsIn Daring Greatly Dr Brown challenges everything we think we know about vulnerability Bas. And beyond First hand experience of a sensitive
and vulnerable woman mixed with the rigor ofvulnerable woman mixed with the rigor of professional researcher Good follow up to the talk For anyone who is interested in how we humans really manage ou Une amie m a conseill de lire ce livre et de fa on g n ral Bren Brown C est femme a une fa on de communiuer ses id es recherches et d couverte de fa on extraordinaire et tr s simple As you go forward into reading this book you keep on thinking to yourself I should lend this to that person or that person or that one it would help them The truth is of course the book is helping you It gives great tools for the Good classic Bren Brown I am studying counselling at the moment I am reading lots of this kind of material She is really a master who takes something as complex and sometimes difficult to navigate as human emotion and presents it in a form that it gives one the courage to dip deeper into the world of self discovery great stuff It s taking me a ridiculous amount of time to read "As I M Going Back " I m going back stuff highlighting writing uestions to myself in the margin reading bits out to friends and clients For goodness sake I may not finish it til Xmas at this rate Lots of good thought provoking ideas and ideals I m Ed on twelve years of research she argues that vulnerability is not weakness but rather our clearest path to courage engagement and meaningful connection Daring Greatly will spark a new spirit of truth and trust in our organizations families schools and communities'A wonderful book urgent essential and fun to read I couldn't put it down and it continues to resonate with me' Seth Godin author of Linchpin'It is only by embracing our vulnerability daring to expose that whole heart that we can properly connect It's thought provoking stuff' Stella Magazine The Sunday TelegraphBrené Brown PhD LMSW is a New York.