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New ending Struggle Brené Brown writes can be our greatest call to courage and rising strong our clearest path to deeper meaning wisdom and hope. I m definitely an outlier here as I feel like this is an overly long rehashing of all that I already know and practice everything is not about ME Using terms like rumbling makes it a bit too precious Drat

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The physics of vulnerability is simple If we are brave enough often enough we will fall The author of Daring Greatly and The Gifts of Imperfectio. I finally had to give up on this book I was going to try to make it to the end but I couldn t do it any after I got through the second to last chapter of this tiresome volume of 100 proof arrogance Brown s Rising purports to be a self help book about getting over life s adversities but it never delivers Instead Brown writes a series of non event anecdotes from her boring privileged life as a social work teacher at the University of Houston she s married to a pediatrician including such episodes as being upset when she couldn t get a book deal right away being irritated by a woman who wrote a snippy email to her after a speaking engagement getting into inconseuential arguments Twisted physics of vulnerability is simple If we are brave enough often enough we will fall The author of Daring Greatly and The Gifts of Imperfectio. I finally had to give up on this book I was going to try to make it to the end but I couldn t do it any after I got through the second to last chapter of this tiresome volume of 100 The Exploration of the Male Anatomy proof arrogance Brown s Rising All Night Long (Nannies, privileged life as a social work teacher at the University of Houston she s married to a

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N tells us what it takes to get back up and how owning our stories of disappointment failure and heartbreak gives us the power to write a daring. There are books that meet you at just the right time when you most need and are open to their messages I can well imagine encountering the warm Texan embrace of Bren Brown s brand of social psychology at other times of my life and being turned off by its fierceness volume and confidence I may have looked askance at the cult of Bren Brown with legions of devotees who discovered her through her TED talk gone viral read her previous works taken her Oprah endorsed self actualization workshops or listened to her CD series on vulnerability and shame Rising Strong is in fact my first encounter with Bren Brown s work It was pressed into the hand of the person who gave it to me a


10 thoughts on “Rising Strong

  1. says:

    I finally had to give up on this book I was going to try to make it to the end but I couldn't do it any after I got through the second to last chapter of this tiresome volume of 100 proof arrogance Brown's Rising purports to be a self help book about getting over life's adversities but it never delivers Instead Brown writes a serie

  2. says:

    I thought I would have a lot to say after listening to this audiobook HoweverRebecca Foster already wrote A PERFECT REVIEW Everything she wrote fits my experienceI enjoyed LISTENING to this book while walking My guess is I would not have enjoyed 'reading' it half as much I might have been too judgmental Personal things I'm looking at from this bookTIMES I HIDE OUT and SHUT down in front of my mother in law and my brother in law

  3. says:

    I scored this off of NetGalley I was unsure how I'd feel about reading a Brene Brown book since I have only watched her TED Talks and listened to The Power of Vulnerability which is a series of workshop courses she gaveI sho

  4. says:

    Transformative This book is a way with handling emotions that come up in life When we feel an emotion like anger or shame there is something behind this being triggered This is a way of working through those emotions Brene is an excellent storyteller She has done a ton of research on the issues and collected 1000s of stories from her life and others over the years In this one she talks of an experience at Pixar It was a

  5. says:

    There are books that meet you at just the right time when you most need and are open to their messages I can well imagine encountering the warm Texan embrace of Brené Brown's brand of social psychology at other times of my life and being turned off by its fierceness volume and confidence I may have looked askance at the cult of

  6. says:

    I come at this book from a few perspectives First I saw a librarian make a presentation on vulnerability in the classroom and he uoted Brene's earlier book Daring Greatly How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live Love Parent and Lead as the basis for his experiments with students I think both he and the author herself wou

  7. says:

    When I read a self help book I realize not all of it will apply to me or I will take what I need at that moment This book is no different BUT I took a lot of notes It was intriguing and interesting The book is fu

  8. says:

    Brown a ualitative researcher in the field of social work encourages readers to embrace vulnerability and transform failure and shame through a

  9. says:

    I'm definitely an outlier here as I feel like this is an overly long rehashing of all that I already know and practice everything is not about ME Using terms like rumbling makes it a bit too precious Drat

  10. says:

    A good non fiction book infuses detailed stories and vignettes and links them to the main points and research in the text I thought that the main points in this book were extremely interesting I loved the topics of research that she discussed resiliency and mindfulness especially and also her focus on the importance of

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