❰Read❯ ➳ I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Making the Journey from "What Will People Think?" to "I Am Enough" Author Brené Brown – Torrentindir.co



8 thoughts on “I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Making the Journey from "What Will People Think?" to "I Am Enough"

  1. says:

    The open discussion of shame, how it impacts a person, how you can reach out to others to empathetically help them work through their shame, and also work through your own, and so on all resonated with me quite strongly I found myself highlighting quite a lot of the early chapters, and would recommend the book purely for this section Being able to deeply understand shame and how it functions is an incredibly valuable tool for self development, and I look forward to reading from this author.


  2. says:

    This book came at the right time for me I was open and ready to stop the cycle of shaming myself for not being perfect all the time and to embrace this idea that I am enough just as I am right now Life will always have ups and downs but what I am telling myself and believing about myself will make all the difference I learned a lot of practical skills in this book to push through my insecurities and to truly say I am enough regardless of what other people think and say If you are ready to free yourself from the mental block of shame and feeling not good enough this book is for you


  3. says:

    This book is everything I hoped for For those interested in psychology, vulnerability, empathy and compassion, this book is for you Her research is poured into this book using both real life examples and strategies on how to overcome adversity, lean into vulnerability and overall become a empathetic and compassionate person not only to others but to yourself as well.Would definitely recommend to someone who wants to make a change


  4. says:

    good book, insightful, just do not read in bed, not the best to read before sleeping.


  5. says:

    A great book of shame and it s effects, I didn t realize I suffered from shame till reading Brene Brown book, it s like having a blind spot and not see the car next to you It s helping me recognize the way we use shame or are shamed by others.


  6. says:

    a great read for those who are in search of their self If you would like to know about Brene s information go to TED talks and you can listen to her She is a great speaker and really makes sense puts herself in situations and adds comedy to her sessions.


  7. says:

    Amazing book and I love Brene Brown An excellent read for men and women alike The book does focus on women s stories as she hadn t been interviewing men when the book was originally self published but my husband still finds it as relate able as I do.


  8. says:

    Bon livre, vise les femmes et la r alit qu elles vivent Donne aussi quelques trucs Il y a beaucoup d histoires v cues et apporte beaucoup de r flexion sur la soci t que nous avons b tie et dans laquelle nous vivons.


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