Why Does Vulnerability Feel so Bad?
Have you ever found yourself opening up to someone unexpectedly, or found yourself blurting out something that you haven’t spoken to anyone about? Did you feel like that was a good idea afterwards, or did it maybe feel like you made a huge mistake and shouldn’t have opened yourself up in that way?
Why does being vulnerable sometimes feel bad afterwards, if being vulnerable and open with ourselves and others is the very thing we so often need?
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