Men, Women & Worthiness: The Experience of Shame and the Power of Being Enough Read Online Free - Dr. Brown shows how liberating it is when we stop pursuing unattainable ideals of perfection and start embracing who we truly are.
|Title||:||Men, Women & Worthiness: The Experience of Shame and the Power of Being Enough|
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August 20, 2014
The audible book is highly recommended. Powerful motivating genuine. The story of how she started researching men gave me goosebumps. I am in recovery and we tend to think normies don't deal with the same issues I am wrong. Everyone has shame it might be different from one person to the next. I a...
March 31, 2017
Great follow-up to The Gifts of Imperfection and perfect to listen to in the car. The whole thing is about 2 and a half hours. The main topic was Shame, Gender differences (which I found the most interesting) and Shame Resilience.
The discussion about Men and Shame was new to me and fascinating....
July 03, 2015
This audio book has been integral in my ability to wean off anti-depressants and really allow myself to experience shame and all the uncomfortable emotions that come along with it. I'm not saying that everyone on antidepressants takes them to mask uncomfortable emotions, but I was. Never feeling...
September 17, 2015
Wow! Potent, thought-provoking, well-researched, and well-conceived. What Brown is able to tackle in a short time could fill volumes. It's a dense piece, but highly accessible, thanks to Brown's ease and deep knowledge. It's easy to write 400 pages on this topic, but it's a real feat to cram it i...
January 29, 2014
One of the best things I've read. Deeply impacted by this book. I learned so much about the experience of shame and am so grateful for her take on male shame.
January 02, 2016
Ms Brown is a good story teller and very much a straight talker. This book exposes shame that hides inside all of us just waiting to rear its ugly head when circumstances deem fit and as She explains we must talk about it in order to be free of it. The more we hide it, deny it, the bigger the mon...
April 12, 2017
Short, but excellent. Brene Brown is an energetic speaker -- clearly passionate about her subject -- so this "reads" better than her other audiobooks, narrated by random readers. Her discussion of gender expectations, and their role in the way shame impacts us a humans, was both effective and non...
February 10, 2014
After being turned on to her original TED Talk, I've read the latter two of Brene' Brown's books and am now working my way through her former works. I've read about shame avoidance being one of the strongest motivators in school, business, time management, etc. but never gave much thought to how...
September 13, 2016
Useful insights on how concepts of shame play out differently for masculinity vs. femininity. Better organized than Brown's TED talk on vulnerability. I would have liked for her to pay more attention to different kinds of masculinities and femininities (gay and lesbian, eg, and cultural differenc...
July 18, 2015
This is more of a "speech" rather than audiobook, but dang does she pack a punch in such little time! Brene is so unbelievably at ease with her talks, and she interweaves personal anecdotes, research data, and psychology theory together into one package. Her expertise is shame research and I grav...