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Brené Brown

Making the Journey From “What Will People Think?” to “I Am Enough”

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"I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t)" by Brené Brown is a self-help book that empowers women to embrace vulnerability and overcome shame. Brown shares insights from her research and personal experiences, offering the reader practical strategies for building resilience and self-acceptance.

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    Shame is a confusing and painful emotion caused by rejection at sensitive times.

    There are plenty of uncomfortable topics of conversation that most of us will try to steer clear of, but one subject that people particularly loathe discussing is the emotion of shame. As a result, many of us don’t have a proper understanding of what it really is.

    Shame is a visceral emotion whose exact characteristics are difficult to describe, but at its core, it has to do with a feeling of not being good enough. Articulating such an experience can be difficult – after all, discussing shame requires us to, at least to a certain degree, relive the pain it causes.

    That being said, when the author interviewed over 300 people about how they experience shame, she discovered a theme; shame is a negative feeling connected to a sense of rejection and the exposure of aspects of ourselves that we tend to hide.

    Based on this information, the author put together the following definition: shame is a deeply painful sensation that stems from the belief that we’re not good enough, and that this shortcoming will prevent us from being accepted by and belonging to a group.

    But how does shame arise?

    Most often, shame occurs when people seek compassion, but experience rejection instead. For instance, one participant in the author’s study spoke about how her mother persistently shamed her because of her weight. When the participant visited her mother, the first words out of her mother’s mouth would be about how she was still fat, and the last would be about how she hoped her daughter could lose weight before they saw each other next.

    Or consider another participant whose mother committed suicide when she was in high school. It was a time when she needed support and compassion, but she was instead ostracized by her fellow students for being the daughter of a crazy lady who hung herself.

    Even from these examples, it’s clear that a lack of empathy precipitates shame, and that’s precisely what we’ll explore next.

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    I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t) (2008) is a guide to the visceral and thoroughly human emotion of shame. These blinks explain this complex feeling, discuss how it arises and describe ways in which empathy and connecting with one another can help humans heal.

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    I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t) (2007) by Brené Brown is a thought-provoking exploration of shame and its impact on women's lives. Here's why this book is worth reading:

    • Through real-life stories and research-based insights, the book provides a deep understanding of shame and offers practical strategies for overcoming it.
    • The author's compassionate approach helps readers feel seen and understood, creating a safe space for self-reflection and personal growth.
    • With its emphasis on connection and empathy, this book resonates with readers, offering validation and empowerment in navigating shame and embracing vulnerability.

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    Something moved me away from Im so stupid – Im a terrible mother to That was pretty stupid – Im an overwhelmed mother.

    —Brené Brown
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    Wer I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t) lesen sollte

    • People who feel shame and want to know how to deal with it
    • People who get angry for no reason and end up blaming others
    • People who want to develop their empathy skills

    Über den Autor

    Brené Brown is a social worker and scientist who has interviewed hundreds of people about the emotion of shame. A popular speaker, she has given various TED Talks and is the author of several other titles, including Daring Greatly and The Gifts of Imperfection.

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    The main message of I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t) is that shame can be overcome through empathy and self-compassion.

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    The author of I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t) is Brené Brown.