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It feels like you want to "shame" me for expressing my opinion and experience. Suffice to say, those gratuitous attacks on my posting are neither persuasive nor sufficient to cause me to doubt the accuracy of my observation. You seem to have misunderstood the point of my observation. It is indeed correct that being vulnerable is courageous regardless of the levels of imperfection. However, that truism does not address the observation that it takes more courage for some to be vulnerable when they are relatively more flawed, or, at least believe they are.

Narcissism is a defense mechanism by folks whose childhoods were so flawed, they believe they are shamefully defective. To reveal the truth of those defects is more difficult and challenging than revealing you think your ass is too fat. Revealing your mother abandoned you and you have become a heroin addict takes more courage than revealing you think your boobs are not big enough. Sorry you apparently have difficulty with the concept.

My own experience is that most folks with privileged and idyllic childhoods are quick and shallow in their judgments about those less fortunate. Kinda like a dearth of empathy.


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I felt like you were saying that people who are vulnerable aren't really being vulnerable in the same way someone else is or insulting them. The idea that your willingness to be vulnerable based on your true flaws is just wrong to me. Having something that maybe is extremely shameful, you want to share that to feel that much more open. Exposing your most deepest darkest secrets is a way of expressing yourself fully. If you didn't have something shameful, then the experience of being completely vulnerable loses it's value.

Thanks so much for your insightful comments. Yes, everyone's experience is indeed different. I personally don't think it is necessarily your life's circumstance that determines your ability to be vulnerable.

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Brene Brown certainly had her issues with it, despite her gifts, talents, success and education. The truth is being wide open allows for a lot of good, and bad, to come into your life. The trick is to learn discernment, a life-long lesson that I certainly have to learn myself. I believe everyone has difficulty with vulnerability, no matter their circumstances. I have read most of Ms. But, I still maintain that each of us struggles at different levels. Another way of saying this is that we have different degrees of pain. Victims of childhood incest have a much more difficult task, have much deeper, intrinsic shame than most others.

Those abandoned by parents at birth experience paralyzing shame. So, even small steps from them may take awesome courage and work I agree there can be freedom for all, no matter how difficult, and one needs to be careful to whom one reveals. As an example, I would fear that "ecstasy" might judge my truths to be "laughable" and to reflect stupidity or lack of insight. So shall life be Thoughts control our experience.

But what if we are not our thoughts at all? What we do matters less than why we do it. Responsible use of social media is key to learning empathy.

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Courage will get us to those places yet unimagined. I want to go there. Do you? Nice Submitted by Anonymous on December 10, - am. That's not true at all, and you dont understand vulnerability.. Submitted by ecstasy on December 11, - pm.

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Dear Ecstasy: Submitted by Anonymous on December 11, - pm. Absolutely true Submitted by powerofslow on December 11, - am. My very best to you! Thanks back at you. Submitted by Anonymous on December 11, - pm. Post Comment Your name. E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Notify me when new comments are posted. All comments. Replies to my comment. Leave this field blank. It is much more difficult when you are not. When, for example, you are an abandoned orphan, nobody's child, requires to face life without affection, support or a rudder.

When, for example, you are an abandoned orphan, nobody's child, required to face life without affection, support or a rudder. You think that being vulnerable is easy for people that are "more perfect"? That's laughable, the idea of vulnerablity is that we all have flaws, embracing that which makes you appear less than perfect is what is courageous. It definitely has nothing to do with how much of "less flaws" you truly have. That's not what makes someone be vulnerable. Discussing the most potentially shameful things about you, is when you truely feel alive and free But I think vulnerability and embracing it takes a level of maturity and self love that can not be comprehended unless you have been there.

Otherwise being open about your struggles and insecurities seems like the most horrible and shameful experience. The tone and tenor of your post is unnecessarily hostile. It feels like you want to "shame" me for expressing my opinion and experience. Suffice to say, those gratuitous attacks on my posting are neither persuasive nor sufficient to cause me to doubt the accuracy of my observation. You seem to have misunderstood the point of my observation.

It is indeed correct that being vulnerable is courageous regardless of the levels of imperfection. However, that truism does not address the observation that it takes more courage for some to be vulnerable when they are relatively more flawed, or, at least believe they are. Narcissism is a defense mechanism by folks whose childhoods were so flawed, they believe they are shamefully defective. To reveal the truth of those defects is more difficult and challenging than revealing you think your ass is too fat.

Revealing your mother abandoned you and you have become a heroin addict takes more courage than revealing you think your boobs are not big enough. Sorry you apparently have difficulty with the concept. My own experience is that most folks with privileged and idyllic childhoods are quick and shallow in their judgments about those less fortunate.

Kinda like a dearth of empathy. I felt like you were saying that people who are vulnerable aren't really being vulnerable in the same way someone else is or insulting them. The idea that your willingness to be vulnerable based on your true flaws is just wrong to me. Having something that maybe is extremely shameful, you want to share that to feel that much more open. Exposing your most deepest darkest secrets is a way of expressing yourself fully. If you didn't have something shameful, then the experience of being completely vulnerable loses it's value.

Thanks so much for your insightful comments. Yes, everyone's experience is indeed different. I personally don't think it is necessarily your life's circumstance that determines your ability to be vulnerable.

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Brene Brown certainly had her issues with it, despite her gifts, talents, success and education. The truth is being wide open allows for a lot of good, and bad, to come into your life. The trick is to learn discernment, a life-long lesson that I certainly have to learn myself. I believe everyone has difficulty with vulnerability, no matter their circumstances. I have read most of Ms. But, I still maintain that each of us struggles at different levels.

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Another way of saying this is that we have different degrees of pain. Victims of childhood incest have a much more difficult task, have much deeper, intrinsic shame than most others. Those abandoned by parents at birth experience paralyzing shame. So, even small steps from them may take awesome courage and work I agree there can be freedom for all, no matter how difficult, and one needs to be careful to whom one reveals.

As an example, I would fear that "ecstasy" might judge my truths to be "laughable" and to reflect stupidity or lack of insight. So shall life be Thoughts control our experience. But what if we are not our thoughts at all? What we do matters less than why we do it. Responsible use of social media is key to learning empathy. Back Psychology Today. Back Find a Therapist. Back Get Help. Back Magazine. The New Science of Sleep Experts suggest ways to correct the habits that keep us from resting well. Subscribe Issue Archive.

Back Today. Creativity in Bipolar Disorder: Fabulous or Fatal? Vulnerability: Getting Strong in the Broken Places Life breaks us, but it's what we do with the pieces that matters most. Courage will get us to those places yet unimagined. I want to go there.

Do you? Nice Submitted by Anonymous on December 10, - am.


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