By Brené Brown I used to stand over my two kids while they slept, and just as a profound sense of love and joy washed over me, I'd imagine horrible things happening to them: car crashes, tsunamis. "Do
By Brené Brown I'm currently trying to make some changes in my career -- and travel a lot less -- so I can spend more time with my family and explore new creative endeavors. I have no idea how this will
Dr. Brené Brown As our calendars swell with obligations, it's important to recommit to one thing that can help keep us sane: boundaries. The moment someone asks you to do something you don't have the or
The author of Daring Greatly, who's launching Part 2 of the groundbreaking The Gifts of Imperfection e-course, on why we should stop criticizing others. By Brené Brown First, the bad news: If you have
By Brené Brown A few years ago, I noticed in my research that wholehearted people -- my term for men and women with the courage to be vulnerable and live their lives "all in" -- shared something else,
"My stomach looks so bulky." "My job is stupid." "I'll probably never find someone." We frequently hear people verbalize these types of self-critiques to their friends, families and even strangers online.