Shame is the most powerful, master emotion. It's the fear that we're not good enough.
Brene Brown

How to Listen to Pain

How to Listen to Pain

Feb 25, 2016-- In this thought-provoking Q and A, Greater Good's book review editor Jill Suttie asks author Brene Brown about the intricacies of her book 'Rising Strong.' One of the key points of the book is how we all react -- or 'listen' -- to the intense pain we may feel when we experience shame in our lives. And it is how we respond to those feelings that can either hinder our emotional well-being, or lead us to a new sense of courage and genuineness. (14282 reads)


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Take ActionTo understand more about the unspoken epidemic of shame, listen to Brene Brown's extremely popular and powerful TED Talk. [more]



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