Brene is amazing. I watch her TED talks and am totally inspired. Brene Brown speaks & writes easily and freely and explains emotions really well. She so eloquently looks at the ways in which fear and shame might be keeping you stuck. She lives the changes and her stories are so real and relatable. I think she explains the path to courage and freedom so very well.
A few months after reading the book I picked it back up and re-read some meaningful chapters - Inspiring, funny and real, her books are time well invested in my wellbeing.
Occasionally a book that is recommended to me is what it is said to be. Bene Brown talks real, providing informative antidotes to keep the reader engaged and encouraged to get started on improving their life experience. Brene bravely and bluntly talks about the things not spoken, while sharing great knowledge for others to gain insight so that they can address the real narrative inside their head and being vulnerable enough to own it, speak it and change it. With the research presented by Brene, I am inspired to recommend Rising Strong to some of my Clients to read, and then work through thogether in therapy.
This book by @brenebrown frequently provoked me to stop, think and rewire my consideration of how I have responded to some seminal events in my past. Not for me to rewrite history but to rise stronger from the lessons that I now see in new terms. Thus changing the way I conceive of complexity, how I act in the moment, and who I take notice of in driving progress. A book replete with personal stories that bed down Professor Brown's thesis in concrete and touching moments to which we can all relate. With much competition for reading time, this book was well worth the investment. Thank you @brenebrown.
When discussing the findings in this book with those dear to me, I realize that for many people it takes a lifetime of ups and downs to earn wisdom. The wisdom collected in this book can help younger people live a fuller and more self-loving life right from the start.