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“What makes you vulnerable, makes you beautiful.”
~Brene Brown We avoid being vulnerable. We distance ourselves from certain thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that make us feel uncomfortable. We’re taught that being open and vulnerable is a weakness, and that we can control what we feel. We quickly learn we cannot and it becomes easier to numb ourselves. This emotional numbing produces a lifestyle of anxiety that caters to our need for certainty, risk aversion, and control.
One of the most impactful conversations I’ve ever had in life was with one of my closest mates, Tyler. Tyler and I have been close since we were 11 or 12. We have one of those friendships that endures no matter the time or distance apart. We do not see each other as often as we would like, but when we do get together, we pick up right where we left off. He’s the Obi-Wan to my Anakin Skywalker—always there to provide insight whenever I feel lost. The conversation we had took