August 18, 2019

Brené Brown’s definition of Trust Transformed my Understanding of Relationships.

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If I had to pick one favorite bit of wisdom from Brené Brown, this would be it.

I often listen to podcasts on my runs, and I’ve recently listened to some of Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations.

The first time I listened to this episode, “Dr. Brené Brown: The Anatomy of Trust,” I literally stopped in my tracks. I had quite honestly never heard such a wildly accurate definition of trust. She simply, poignantly, and powerfully summarizes what trust is, how we earn it—and also how we break it.

Since that first time I heard it, I have listened to it multiple times to more fully absorb the many valuable lessons.

I’m now pretty convinced that this should be required listening for all humans:

More mindful reads to inspire your day:

Cracks in the Armor—Why Perfectionism is Destroying the Relationships of Adult Children of Alcoholics.

I’ve Retired from the “Good Girl” Game. I’m an Unapologetic, Difficult Woman.

“Positive Vibes Only” is Toxic: the Danger of New Age Spiritualism.

How to Stop an Argument Dead in its Tracks.


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