The belief is that the more vulnerable we are, the easier we can get hurt or be taken advantage of. But the reality is the pain we are causing ourselves by shutting down and keeping our hearts closed can be greater than what other people may be able to do to us. Life may appear safer when we avoid vulnerability – but it doesn’t make it happier.
So what can we do when we feel vulnerable? Listen to today’s episode where I talk about being vulnerable and take a look at how we can find strength and wisdom in our vulnerability.
Dr Friedemann’s Takeaways
I’m Opening Up (2:54)
Authenticity vs Vulnerability (6:41)
Alone Time (11:11)
Be Curious (16:02)
Meet Dr Friedemann
Learn more at: https://DrFriedemann.com
Friedemann Schaub, MD, PhD, is the award-winning author of The Fear + Anxiety Solution. Dr. Schaub has helped thousands of people with his Personal Breakthrough and Empowerment program to overcome their fear and anxiety by addressing the deeper, subconscious root causes of these emotional challenges.
Are you looking for more from Dr Friedemann? Check out his “Your Accelerated Breakthrough Program” https://drfriedemann.com/breakthrough-program/.
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