Vulnerability In The TED Talk By Brene Brown

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The TED talk by Brene Brown talks is about why Vulnerability occurs and why it is also essential to feel vulnerable. At first, in her TED talk she begin with story, and her research, such an interesting subject as vulnerability. She discovers how important Vulnerability is and relates to the audience that connection is the purpose in human lives. She mentioned that it is good for People want to be able to connect to other people and people shouldn’t be feeling a shame because shame is just a fear in our own body or the feeling of painful vulnerability. Brown stated that the people who felt the most admirable of connection are those people who had vulnerability, and the people who believe in themselves that they are worthy. She called those …show more content…
She goes on to talk about how much our society we live in hates vulnerability, and people tries to numb it. However, numbing Vulnerability was never good because it is the reason why this society is becoming more obese, addicted, medicated, and in debt. Brown then presents the important point that when a person numbs their vulnerability, they numb everything about their life, like feeling thankfulness and happiness. Instead of numbing once Vulnerability, People must let themselves to be seen, and believe in themselves that they are worthy of connection by expressing their vulnerability. She backs up her knowledge of vulnerability with her years of her studies and research, and also her own personal experiences. And I agree with her statements that people shouldn’t be feel a shame and people should feel Vulnerable. Being vulnerable is not just about showing the parts of you that are shiny and fun. It’s about revealing what you deny or keep hidden from other …show more content…
For example, let us say when you meet someone, and you like that person, and hoping to become friends with them or date that person, how comfortable are you with showing them that you like them? Do you feel embarrassed and think, "oh I don 't want them to know that I like them, because that person may not like me back" Or do you act as you feel, even knowing that it 's possible that they 'll realize that you like them and they like you back or they 'll reject you. Rejection sucks, but without risking rejection it is hard to get what you want. If you don 't approach people with your Vulnerability people never accept you. If you don 't tell someone that you like them and would love to see them again you have to show your vulnerability. You can 't get a second date if you keep secrets about yourself and you can 't learn to trust

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