Hosted by Brené Brown, Unlocking Us, features both interviews and discussions centered on vulnerability, empathy, social issues—and all there is about being human. The distilld lessons are here.
We live life often according to society's expectations. We put up emotional armors that project an acceptable persona and hide our flaws. These armors alienate us from our true selves and the life we want to live. But we can break free through self-priority and vulnerability.
Here are the distilld lessons inspired by the “More Myself” episode of the Unlocking Us with Brené Brown podcast.
We're facing loss on a near-daily basis. But we can make all the loss mean something: through enduring grief, committing to positive change, and uniting our community. From our collective grief, we can heal and move forward as one.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) inspired by the episode “On Grief and Finding Meaning” from Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
When we work within our uniqueness and put our beliefs to good use, we take ownership of our spirituality. We can then be truly secure in our beliefs, and ourselves.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) inspired by the episode "On Longing, Belonging, and Faith" from Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
The pandemic has changed our way of life. To cope with the new normal, must focus on finding our clarity, cooperating with our families, and empathizing with ourselves and others.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) inspired by Episode #4, "On Comparative Suffering, the 50/50 Myth, and Settling the Ball", of Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
We are ‘tamed’ by society’s pressures, keeping us from being true to ourselves. When we ‘untame’ ourselves by putting focus on our goals and embrace our significance, we will inspire others to do the same.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) from Episode #3, "Glennon Doyle and Brené on Untamed", of Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) from Episode #2, "Tarana Burke and Brené on Being Heard and Seen", of Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
Sexual abuse is a sensitive topic across cultures and races. Survivors today still struggle to find their own voice. But when we take shame and judgment out of the conversation, we can let them speak freely. We can then empower them to heal.
Here are the distilld lessons (extended) from Episode #1, "Brené on FFTs", of Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
First times can be f***ing hard. Once the excitement of novelty subsides, we're left with unfamiliarity and discomfort. But when we normalize its difficulty, manage our mindset and expectations accordingly, we can make sure that the first time won't be the last.
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