This is the courageous life
I don't want us to be fearless or shameless. Nor do I even think that is possible. I want us to feel our feelings.
You deserve to be seen
Maybe your vulnerability has been used against you, especially in leadership. It's not okay.
Calling out vs calling in
A room full of CEOs rumbling with how to be empathic while holding people accountable and the difference between calling out vs calling in
I share a lot when I write and teach. Chances are, my vulnerability often makes you pretty uncomfortable.
Deep breath, lean in, receive.
If we don't do the work to make our wired-for-comfort brain lean into vulnerability, we literally miss the chance to receive appreciation and love.
I feel like my vulnerability has been used against me.
More and more, I am hearing these heartbreaking sentiments from women leaders after they hear me teach that their work culture and teams NEED their vulnerability because it is our way to courage.
Vulnerability has boundaries
Vulnerability without boundaries is often oversharing to hotwire a connection, which isn't how trust is built. Vulnerability without boundaries can also be manipulative.
#TherapyThursdaywithJustine: It’s a lot… #perspective
I've been told I'm a lot, too much, too dramatic.
Broken Silence: Fertility Authority Post
As a mental health therapist who provides sacred safe space for other’s authentic courage and vulnerability I knew there was no way I could go through infertility treatments in secrecy like so many couples do. Every day, I encourage my
Reaching Through the Keyhole of Your Closet
Vulnerability and bravery are also showing up a lot in my office this week.