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Cosmos_Moon
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This is 1 of those books I want to get a copy for everyone I know. Just finished the audio this morning & now want a hard copy for myself, my sister, mom, aunts, friends & coworkers. This book impacted me-crying on my audiodrive home from work. Now to check out her website for the downloads & maybe ordering 10 copies for Xmas gifts. Working on my courage, vulnerability & overcoming anxiety. It‘s been a hard year for me & this was a necessary read.

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LatrelWhite
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🔆Enjoying the truths this one holds. #FreedYourMind Bookclub #instagram

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RegineReads
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I love the term "vulnerability hangover"! I never had a word for that experience, but now I realize that's the perfect description. I'm barely into this book but I feel like I'm learning so much...

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RegineReads
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Been meaning to read this for a long while. Will be slow going as I'm currently reading bits and pieces of a lot of other things for novel research (finally working on a novel of my own! Woah!) but I'm excited to delve into this!

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DebinHawaii
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For a little #selfcareSunday I took a neighborhood walk this morning before it gets too humid & listened to a few chapters of the tagged book.

A few pics of the “sights”—flowers in yards, a cattle egret strutting on the grass (I love to watch them) & the view into the neighborhood from the bridge overpass on the highway.

Happy Sunday! 🌺

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Messiejessie
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There‘s lots of interesting stuff inside this book.
It makes me want to try to be brave.

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fredthemoose
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I think my impression of this suffered from reading it right after The Gifts of Imperfection. There‘s a fair amount of overlap. I‘m on board with premise about the value of vulnerability, but GoI just resonated with me more.

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limada
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I often forget how poignant and applicable Brene Brown's books are until I actually sit down and finish one. I love her work and how she makes it relatable but I definitely need a reminder to read her on a regular basis. #45-2022

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marleed
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Well, it could be the tagged had an unfair advantage toward a 5* rating since it‘s a reread. On the hand, it was fascinating to read while at a completely different stage in my life - her lessons have a new application for me!

5* = Loved It, want to shout out loud about this book! I do/will own/keep a physical copy. A+
4*= I liked it, would love to discuss. Solid B
3*=Meh, no need to discuss. Average C
2*=Nope D
1*=DNF F

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marleed
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The Last time I read this I was a brand new empty nester and giving my all to the workforce. I was inspired by Brene‘s lessons on shame, guilt, and vulnerability. Now that I‘m retired and a grandmother, I wanted to revisit this so that I can best apply those great lessons in my current world. I‘m so glad I returned to this book!

Cosmos_Moon Ooo, I think I read another book by this author. Thanks for the review and recommendation. 8mo
marleed @Cosmos_Moon I love her message. It really was interesting to reread this book at a different time in my life when the message lands differently. 8mo
Cosmos_Moon I had to look it up, but it was Dare to Lead that I read as part of an industry women‘s book club. Good, too, from what I remember. (edited) 8mo
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