Brene Brown

University of Houston; author

Guest

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

Brene Brown on KCRW

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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