What Is Being Vulnerable ?

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Jul 10, 2018
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Being vulnerable, what is it and why are we so afraid of it ?

Because it means once again you can suffer, we give all your heart to this person without games, calculations or manipulation. You want to show your real self and you are taking the risk to be hurt. Because deep down , you know that you need to show your authentic self to have this chance to find your love, recognise it and be with him/her for ever.

In our increasingly frenetic world where we are put under pressure constantly, we are sometimes not ready to remove our layers of protection to show our true self but being vulnerable is ultimately a strength not a weakness.

Being vulnerable is to show your ignorance, your limits without shame, without excusing yourself for it.

Being vulnerable is let your tears drop on your cheeks, to have a blurred vision, accept it and let it go.

Being vulnerable is let your emotions taking over your mind and let your heart beating fast.

Being vulnerable is delving into your traumas, your emotional wounds and release them.

Being vulnerable is to give your trust, your everything.

Being vulnerable is being hurt because it will take time to recover from it, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years because time is needed to heal.

Being vulnerable is to admit our mistakes, our past actions and forgive ourselves.

Being vulnerable is accepting your humanity and embrace it.

Being vulnerable is understand the circle of life, happiness is linked to sadness, there is no strength without vulnerability,there is no black without white, no yin without yang.

Being vulnerable is to let go of the past and reveal your authentic self to live your life on your own terms.

Being vulnerable is to open a door for love, light, joy and ultimately healing.

Being vulnerable is being authentic.


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Gaelle Berruel

Mindset Coach, Entrepreneur, Blogger and French legal counsel

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