Brene Brown

University of Houston; author

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Author and professor at the University of Houston where she studies vulnerability, courage and shame.

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Vulnerability is hard to talk about. Things like, getting hurt, failing, being rejected, admitting you made a mistake are not exactly top of the to-do list.

Being brave is being vulnerable, says Brene Brown

Vulnerability is hard to talk about. Things like, getting hurt, failing, being rejected, admitting you made a mistake are not exactly top of the to-do list.

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