It all started with a TED Talk about vulnerability. Then, it seemed like Dr. Brene Brown was everywhere. Her appearance on OWN's Lifeclass made me look at vulnerability in a different way. I started to look at it as a tool for healing as opposed to a tool for causing heartache. It's become a tool that I feel the most uncomfortable using, but whenever I have done so, magic happens. (More on that next time.)
Post of the Hour: "The Struggle of Imperfection."
About: How vulnerability is the cure for perfectionism and not fully living life.
Inspiration: Dr. Brene Brown's appearance on Lifeclass.
Favorite quote: ...when I think about other things in my life that I have not completed, have obsessed over to the point of being sick, or things that I've totally shut down for fear that it isn't perfect and people will criticize it or me, I feel sad. I feel sad for the time that I've lost worrying so much about how I would be judged. Most importantly, I am sad for how hard I have been on myself. I recognize that I am judgmental, but I judge myself the harshest.