Vulnerability. This is what writing this blog is all about, right? Opening my Kimono and bearing all to a whole world of friends, family and strangers alike.
I used to fear being vulnerable. Being vulnerable meant that I could be hurt. I instead built walls all around me so that I could protect myself. I had already begun to tear the walls down and learn to be a little more vulnerable with each passing day.
Being vulnerable used to feel like weakness. I don’t feel this way anymore, if anything, I find great power in being vulnerable. It means I can receive love and learn to love back. And that is never weakness.
Quote from: Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW