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WisdomWednesday 37
Tip: Vulnerability Breeds Connection
 
Hi!

So we've been hearing
Brené Brown talk about this for years, and I feel that now it's more true than ever before: vulnerability breeds connection.

When we hide what we are feeling, we cut ourselves off, from both ourselves and others.

When we have the courage to be curious, compassionate and honest with ourselves, we can tap into our common humanity and understand that there is nothing wrong with ourselves for feeling what we are feeling.

In doing so, and then sharing with others,  we become closer through disclosure.

Offering someone insight into who we are and what we are experiencing allows them to understand and see us more accurately; and by doing so, we role model to them how to allow and accept what they are feeling as well.

So even though it can be scary, practice being more vulnerable.

It's likely to feel uncomfortable at first; the practice is to let that be okay.

Discomfort is temporary.

But connection can last.

Want to hear more about how to do this? Check out this week's podcast episode; I talk at length with guest Robert Strock on how to sit with emotions that are difficult, and how to tend to that discomfort by being kind and compassionate towards ourselves.

I hope you found this WisdomWednedsay tool helpful!

Stay healthy. Stay safe. Stay sane.
~Joree
xoxo
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Joree Rose, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, #93545 and founder of the Bay Area Mindfulness and Therapy Center, in Northern California. She is the creator of the JOURNEY FORWARD WITH JOREE ROSE podcast, offers online courses in mindfulness and meditation, and leads retreats around the world. She also has two mindfulness books for kids published, speaks locally and nationally, as well as does corporate trainings in mindfulness. At the root of all her work, Joree guides her clients to JOURNEY FORWARD,  which means getting unstuck from what’s not working in your life (habits, patterns, outdated stories you are living by, relationships or jobs that are no longer serving you) and gaining the tools, shifting your mindset and integrating science-backed frameworks that will lead to lasting change towards your authentic happiness, peace and joy. A big piece of my work is my story –I have Journeyed Forward, and I am a living example of the tools I teach, so I know that not only do the tools that I teach work, but that change and growth is possible. Happiness is attainable!
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