All of the kidlets have jobs (knocking on wood), so I spend quite a few evenings alone now, which sounds like a good idea but gets old in a hurry .... so I got replacement kids.
directly from Daring Greatly by Brene Brown (page 9) ... with some comments by me "Understanding shame is only one variable that contributes to Wholeheartedness, a way of engaging with the world from a place of worthiness. In The Gifts of Imperfection, I defined ten "guideposts" for Wholehearted living that point to what the Wholehearted… Continue reading Daring Greatly – Wholehearted Living
One chapter in the book talks about how people shield themselves with various forms of armor as a way to avoid feeling vulnerable. ... directly from Daring Greatly by Brene Brown (page 167) "THE SHIELD: CYNICISM, CRITICISM, COOL, AND CRUELTY If you decide to walk into the arena and dare greatly, you're going to get… Continue reading Daring Greatly – Cruelty is Easy
Brene Brown wrote an article a few years ago for the Houston Chronicle about how cell phones and non-personal interaction have made people rude. I AGREE !!! I had to physically wrestle the cell phone out of my 16 year old daughter's hands last night when we were trying to have family game night (where… Continue reading Daring Greatly – Time to Get Off the Cell Phone