Brené Brown: Listening to shame: TED Talk: Inspiring: Informative: Ideas



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Brené Brown: Listening to shame: TED Talk: Inspiring: Informative: Ideas

Shame is an unspoken epidemic, the secret behind many forms of broken behavior. Brené Brown, whose earlier talk on vulnerability became a viral hit, explores what can happen when people confront their shame head-on. Her own humor, humanity and vulnerability shine through every word.

Brené Brown studies vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and shame.

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28 thoughts on “Brené Brown: Listening to shame: TED Talk: Inspiring: Informative: Ideas

  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    Greetings Breene Thank you I found in putting myself out there a friend gave me the"who do you think you are" punch ive been sore but its been too painful to be with. I know she is in fact jealous. I allowed it to pull me back from my dream . Im going to be with this. Who can actually be trusted. I think its our Soul not humans Thank you Mikkayla

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    I absolutely love this woman. I feel very grateful to have found her on youtube.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    This awesome researcher has changed the way I think about the joys in my life. Her talks are so worth listening to if your really wanting to grow yourself. Brene' You Are A Super Cool Lady!!!!

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    She speaks about an epidemic of shame in our society. Her talk was held a short time before the Miley Cyrus "Wrecking Ball" music video was released. No shame on display there.

    I get the impression that she has not travelled widely. There are plenty of "honor and shame" societies where her message has greater application, such as the Muslim world, India, Japan, China, Africa, Latin America, and Eastern Europe.

    My rebuttal is that the Western world has ceased to have honor, and deliberately tossed away all shame since the 1960s. We were bequeathed the salvation of the world in 1945 at the conclusion of World War II, but we have shamelessly thrown away the immense sacrifices of the Greatest Generation.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    women hate weakness and vulnerability in men…..stop lying ladies.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    When I go in autopilot living..then I find being vulnerable difficult! I think there is no other way for creative and innovative people…lock and load doesn't do good but we get convinced by others.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    This woman talks in circles and says nothing concrete. Women like her are concerned about themselves. Men want respect and gratitude for putting our lives on the line at war, working as a police officer, working as guards, on construction sites, in the oil fields and other dangerous places.

    I cannot see this woman on the front lines or working as a guard at The Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, which is a maximum security prison located just outside Lucasville, Ohio, United States. Can you imagine this woman dealing with the following situation. "On Easter Sunday, April 11, 1993, 450 Lucasville prisoners, including an unlikely alliance of the Aryan Brotherhood and Gangster Disciples, rioted and took over the facility for 11 days … Nine inmates and one corrections officer were killed."

    Go ahead and be vulnerable in real life and death situations. Go ahead Ms. Brown work as a guard in Lucasville. This "touchy feely stuff" doesn't matter where the real problems are real. Brene Brown would do our world justice if she and other of her colleagues would assist three women who care about the men who fight battles of life and death.

    The first woman is Marianne J. Legato who wrote "Why Men Die First: How to Lengthen Your Lifespan" published in 2009.

    The second woman is Esther Vilar who wrote "The Manipulated Man" published in 2009.

    The third woman co-authored a book called "Venus: The Dark Side" by Roy Sheppard and Mary T Cleary, 2008. This book answers an important question; "Who are more manipulative, men or women? If you answered 'women', you'll want to know more about this new book which explores how some women have become 'black belts' at the martial art of manipulation."

    If Ms. Brene Brown wants to really be vulnerable, she should go around the country talking about these three books, especially the third book that claims that "some women have become 'black belts' at the martial art of manipulation … and know how to get away with it."

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    We all need to hear these things as they remind us of what we really are: insecure, self-doubting human beings with a HUGE lack of self worth. From now on I'm going to be a "Breakdown Babe" too 😄😄😄

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    Kia Ora, crying through… so heartwarming to know that a woman needs that special healing in time like this! thank you xx

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    Good female flamenco dancers show tremendous vulnerability (the Spanish call it "duende"), that's why so many people cry when they watch flamenco. It taps into their own vulnerability. I never used to understand why I cried at flamenco gigs! One dancer spotted me and afterwards she ran over and hugged me so much! She was so moved by my being moved. Love you Brene.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    Some pretty insightful stuff. I wouldn't dismiss her as a crank. Indeed, she lectures in a very straightforward and sincere manner. Twenty minutes well spent.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    I could listen to her talk all day. Something about her voice and the tone she uses to speak. Just beautiful.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    I'd been feeling Shame all weekend after a meeting i had on friday.  after hearing this lecture – i actually feel freedom from the shame that had been binding me. Almost euphoric….. even better was that weeks ago i had listened to the first lecture on Vulnarability so understood Brene and how she felt exposed…..Thanks Brene for your courage.

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    Someone is loving her jokes so much – "BA HA HA HA HA" – normal audience laughter.. "hahaha"

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  • November 7, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    brent   you are helping me in so many ways to help me get through the second half of my life!!!!! wish i listened to you before i turned 59…. thank you so much for all your hard work….. woman of the century !!!!!!!

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