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Great follow up to The Gifts of Imperfection and perfect to listen to in the car The whole thing is about 2 and a half hours The main topic was Shame, Gender differences which I found the most interesting and Shame Resilience The discussion about Men and Shame was new to me and fascinating I felt deep empathy for what men have to go through and what expectations are placed on men by other men and women This is excellent and worth listening to multiple times Also, unlike my version of G Great follow up to The Gifts of Imperfection and perfect to listen to in the car The whole thing is about 2 and a half hours The main topic was Shame, Gender differences which I found the most interesting and Shame Resilience The discussion about Men and Shame was new to me and fascinating I felt deep empathy for what men have to go through and what expectations are placed on men by other men and women This is excellent and worth listening to multiple times Also, unlike my version of Gifts , this one was read by the author and she is a wonderful speaker reader Short, but excellent Brene Brown is an energetic speaker clearly passionate about her subject so this reads better than her other audiobooks, narrated by random readers Her discussion of gender expectations, and their role in the way shame impacts us as humans, was both effective and non essentializing, which I very much appreciated I struggle, fairly intensely, when psychologists or anyone talk about the experiences of men and women as though that were simply the way it is the inna Short, but excellent Brene Brown is an energetic speaker clearly passionate about her subject so this reads better than her other audiobooks, narrated by random readers Her discussion of gender expectations, and their role in the way shame impacts us as humans, was both effective and non essentializing, which I very much appreciated I struggle, fairly intensely, when psychologists or anyone talk about the experiences of men and women as though that were simply the way it is the innate truth of what it means to be a man or a woman in the world OF COURSE gender expectations impact our sense of worthiness as human beings and, as such, our actions, emotions, etc but that does not make those expectations valid Does not mean they reflect some essential truth about our identities as women or as men Moving forward means recognizing the expectations placed upon us, but ultimately refusing to be limited by them This audio book has been integral in my ability to wean off anti depressants and really allow myself to experience shame and all the uncomfortable emotions that come along with it I m not saying that everyone on antidepressants takes them to mask uncomfortable emotions, but I was Never feeling like I was good enough at being a wife, a mom, a worker, a house cleaner, etc is just a symptom of shame of womanhood I am teaching myself to recognize my shame triggers and realize that I am enough J This audio book has been integral in my ability to wean off anti depressants and really allow myself to experience shame and all the uncomfortable emotions that come along with it I m not saying that everyone on antidepressants takes them to mask uncomfortable emotions, but I was Never feeling like I was good enough at being a wife, a mom, a worker, a house cleaner, etc is just a symptom of shame of womanhood I am teaching myself to recognize my shame triggers and realize that I am enough Just the way I am Her candid way of explaining shame for men and women had also allowed mecompassion and empathy for my husband I literally have feltjoy in the last two weeks since my knowledge of shame and empathy have increased She touches on the basis of human relationships and I will be forever grateful for what I have learned One of the best things I ve read Deeply impacted by this book I learned so much about the experience of shame and am so grateful for her take on male shame. This isof a speech rather than audiobook, but dang does she pack a punch in such little time Brene is so unbelievably at ease with her talks, and she interweaves personal anecdotes, research data, and psychology theory together into one package Her expertise is shame research and I gravitated to her thoughts on shame vs guilt Highly highly recommend if you need a good solid look on your own shame and guilt complex and are looking to move forward in shame resiliency. Ms Brown is a good story teller and very much a straight talker This book exposes shame that hides inside all of us just waiting to rear its ugly head when circumstances deem fit and as She explains we must talk about it in order to be free of it Thewe hide it, deny it, the bigger the monster grows Still wrapping my head around this one I used to be ashamed of being alive That was like a life time ago and there was never a reason I was independent, I asked a lot of questions and didn Ms Brown is a good story teller and very much a straight talker This book exposes shame that hides inside all of us just waiting to rear its ugly head when circumstances deem fit and as She explains we must talk about it in order to be free of it Thewe hide it, deny it, the bigger the monster grows Still wrapping my head around this one I used to be ashamed of being alive That was like a life time ago and there was never a reason I was independent, I asked a lot of questions and didn t really follow the crowd but I still lacked a strong sense of self Maybe it was my upbringing, maybe religious or societal scrutiny bias Whatever the criticism or whoever the judge, I believed the lies and felt shame for not being perfect to anyone Certainly I amloving and accepting of myself than I ever was pre 40 s but this book still got under my skin and helped me realize that the conversations exposing shame are really important to keep having throughout the rest of my life to bringfreedom, acceptance, vulnerability and depth of relationships .DOWNLOAD EPUB ♱ Men, Women, and Worthiness: The Experience of Shame and the Power of Being Enough ⚖ We Are Enough Engaging with the World from a Place of WorthinessCourse objectives Summarize the differences and similarities between the experience of shame for men and women Define guilt vs shame why one is a useful force for growth, while the other keeps us small Discuss the four elements of shame resilience identifying our triggers, practicing critical awareness, sharing our story, and speaking honestly about shame Discuss empathy as the primary antidote to shameWhat does it take to be secure in our sense of belonging and self worth We may hustle to attain this security through achievements, meeting expectations, or repeating affirmations to ourselves but Dr Bren Brown s research has shown there is ultimately one obstacle to our sense of worthiness Shame is the barrier, she teaches, and building shame resilience is how we overcome it With Men, Women, and Worthiness, Dr Brown draws upon thanyears of investigation to reveal how we can disarm the influence of shame to cultivate a life of greater courage, joy, and love In this rich and heartfelt examination of this pivotal element of happiness, she invites you to explore The differences and similarities between the experience of shame for men and women Guilt vs shame why one is a useful force for growth, while the other keeps us small The four elements of shame resilience identifying our triggers, practicing critical awareness, sharing our story, and speaking honestly about shame Empathy as the primary antidote to shame Whether you are a man, woman, or child, every one of us has the irreducible need for love and belonging, Dr Brown teaches A sense of self worth, unhindered by the inner voices of shame, allows us to meet that need With the warmth, candor, and humor that has made her a celebrated speaker, Bren Brown offers a road map for navigating the emotions that hold us back so we can cultivate a life of authenticity and connection Echolalia. An Adults Story of Tourette Syndrome Women The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy and Worthiness: The Experience of Shame and the Power of Being Enough ⚖ We Are Enough Engaging with the World from a Place of WorthinessCourse objectives Summarize the differences and similarities between the experience of shame for men and women Define guilt vs shame why one is a useful force for growth When I Feel Scared while the other keeps us small Discuss the four elements of shame resilience identifying our triggers Der Herr der Ringe practicing critical awareness Full Moon Delta sharing our story הכבש השישה עשר and speaking honestly about shame Discuss empathy as the primary antidote to shameWhat does it take to be secure in our sense of belonging and self worth We may hustle to attain this security through achievements The Dilbert Future: Thriving on Stupidity in the 21st Century meeting expectations The Man Who Played with Fire: Stieg Larsson's Lost Files and the Hunt for an Assassin or repeating affirmations to ourselves but Dr Bren Brown s research has shown there is ultimately one obstacle to our sense of worthiness Shame is the barrier Invitation she teaches Partners and Rivals: Representation in U.S. Senate Delegations and building shame resilience is how we overcome it With Men Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture Women A Verdade e Outras Mentiras and Worthiness Keine Angst Dr Brown draws upon thanyears of investigation to reveal how we can disarm the influence of shame to cultivate a life of greater courage Das verliehene Buch und andere Katastrophen joy Stalins verhinderter Erstschlag: Hitler erstickt die Weltrevolution and love In this rich and heartfelt examination of this pivotal element of happiness Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, and Other Writings she invites you to explore The differences and similarities between the experience of shame for men and women Guilt vs shame why one is a useful force for growth How We ACT: Causes, Reasons, and Intentions while the other keeps us small The four elements of shame resilience identifying our triggers Lees Lieutenants Volume 3: A Study in Command, Gettysburg to Appomattox practicing critical awareness Riverside Raceway: Palace of speed sharing our story Siebenkäs and speaking honestly about shame Empathy as the primary antidote to shame Whether you are a man Herzensbrecher auf vier Pfoten woman Pow-Wows; or, Long Lost Friend, a Collection of Mysteries and Invaluable Arts and Remedies or child Raf every one of us has the irreducible need for love and belonging Die Blütenmädchen Dr Brown teaches A sense of self worth Brandon Mull's Beyonders Trilogy: A World Without Heroes; Seeds of Rebellion; Chasing the Prophecy unhindered by the inner voices of shame Bombay: The Cities Within allows us to meet that need With the warmth The Life Changing Lessons Of Eckhart Tolle (A New Earth, The Power Of Now, Oneness With All Life, Kindle Books) candor Cuba: Aislamiento O Reinsercion En Un Mundo Cambiado? and humor that has made her a celebrated speaker Asterix in Switzerland Bren Brown offers a road map for navigating the emotions that hold us back so we can cultivate a life of authenticity and connection I ve found that there s a lot of content that overlaps in Bren s books talks programs, but there seem to always be gems that stick out with each one that I experience What resonated with me during this talk was about how to empathize with somebody There are many other things that she delves intoin depth here than in her other works, so it s a good follow up to those. Gave me much to think about It sof a lecture talk than a book, and it s Brown who delivers it I kind of want to listen again to pick up on the things I might have missed while I ruminated over other things.I d recommend this to anyone who is interested in feminist thought that challenges our restrictive definitions of manhood and how those definitions hurt both men and women. I LOVED this audiobook Highly recommended for everyone I am learning a lot about who I want to be and how I want to treat others from Brene s research and her personal examples of how this looks in her life This is a life changing book for me.Here are my notes Some of them are quotes from Brene or close to quotes, as I use the voice to text feature on my phone sometimes to capture ideas.Perfection doesn t exist and the pursuit of it is exhausting and moves us away from being ourselves.In our I LOVED this audiobook Highly recommended for everyone I am learning a lot about who I want to be and how I want to treat others from Brene s research and her personal examples of how this looks in her life This is a life changing book for me.Here are my notes Some of them are quotes from Brene or close to quotes, as I use the voice to text feature on my phone sometimes to capture ideas.Perfection doesn t exist and the pursuit of it is exhausting and moves us away from being ourselves.In our society, men boys are shamed if they display or feel fear We expect them to project confidence and we are disgusted when they are vulnerable.The biggest barrier to belonging is fitting in and belonging is essential to our well being because it was originally essential for survival We need to belong.Practicing love iscritical to our relationships than professing it.True belonging only happens when you present your authentic self to the world instead of making yourself fit in.Shame is the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging.In a relationship you can t expect your husband to empathize with your vulnerability while expecting him to stay on his white horse and not show any vulnerability For a healthy relationship you need to sit with your husband and let him be vulnerable Don t be the patriarchy expecting men not to be vulnerable Masculinity is like a box that men and boys are shoved into It s a box of learned behaviors that society expects from them and it s extremely limiting They aren t allowed to be themselves.Belonging is essential to us and shame prevents us from feeling worthy and feeling like we belong The fear that we don t belong or will do something wrong is shame The reason this is essential is because we are emotionally, cognitively, biologically, for many of us spiritually, hardwired for connection It s what gives purpose and meaning to our lives Shame is the belief that we are unworthy of connection or the fear of disconnection.Love and belonging are irreducible needs of men women and children Where there s not love and belonging there is suffering In the way of belonging is shame.Guilt is a very powerful emotion It s very useful It s when you hold who you are or what you ve done up against who you want to be.What makes shame grow exponentially is secrecy, silence and judgment.The greatest barriers to empathy are the need to make everything better and fear of saying the wrong thing.Empathy is how we stop shame Telling someone I ve been there too I get you.When someone is going through something really tough like the death of a loved one there s nothing you can do to make it better All you can do is be with them in that space.Empathy is perspective taking, becoming the learner not the teacher Where are you, what are you in It is crucial to wihthold judgment Communicate what you think you re seeing and those emotions and let them know you re willing to feel and be with them.Four elements of shame resilience 1 Recognizing shame and understanding our triggers 2 Practicing critical awareness 3 Reaching out 4 Calling shame shame.Wholeheartedness is saying I am worthy of love and belonging