30 June 2015
Self Improvement
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When we were children, we used to think that when we were grown-up we would not longer be vulnerable.  But to grow up is to accept vulnerability…

To be alive is to be vulnerable.

–Madeleine L’Engle

As Americans it seems we have placed too much emphasis on independence as a culture.  I’m not referring to our rights as citizens.  I’m referring to our resistance to being inter dependent.  One of the biggest challenges for people after an injury or trauma is the feeling of being a burden on family and friends.  Our pride as Americans can be a deadly force preventing people from getting help and from having a sense of community and support during times of struggles.

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One response on “Be Vulnerable

  1. Veronica Swink says:

    It can be scary to be vulnerable but it also can be freeing. Thank you for the reminder to be courageous and be vulnerable.

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