I’m Thinking of Ordering One of These

Brene Brown vulnerability hangover

Brene Brown photoBrené Brown posted this on her FB page on Nov 8, 2013: “I found the perfect image for ‘the vulnerability hangover’ – you know that feeling when you share too much and the next hour/day/week you feel like you’re wearing the emotional lampshade? I hate that feeling.”

The adjective used most often to describe my writing has been vulnerable. And so far I’m feeling okay about what I’ve shared. But I’m thinking about ordering one of these lampshades…  just in case.

Brené Brown is a research professor at The University of Houston. She has spent the past ten years studying vulnerability, courage, shame, and authenticity. www.brenebrown.comwww.ordinarycourage.com @brenebrown

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About Esther Hizsa

Esther is a spiritual director and writer. She lives in Burnaby with her husband, Fred, and they have two grown children and two grandchildren.
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4 Responses to I’m Thinking of Ordering One of These

  1. Karen Webber says:

    Oh Esther … what you wrote – on Friday and today – is beautiful. A big part of your gift is your vulnerability.

    love, Karen

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  2. retropritz says:

    Hear Hear Karen! I have loved all of your posts Esther. I have related to them all in some way or another. AND, they all make me think!
    But I have a few lampshades laying around if you would like me to bring one over 😉

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