Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

When Being Vulnerable Goes Terribly Wrong

Being distrustful can’t last forever

From chenspec on Pixabay

Being vulnerable has been seen by society as a holy grail —due to the work of pioneer Brene Brown in Daring Greatly, vulnerability has been associated with various benefits. These include building intimacy in relationships, increasing self-worth, increasing creativity and innovation, provoking compassion, and being less lonely.

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Ryan Fan

Ryan Fan

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