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I found this article online and it definitely emphasizes and highlights everything that Adrial has ever said.





Here are some highlights:


"When we choose vulnerability, we open the doors of communication in a life changing way. It’s easy for most of us to give. It feels life affirming to help others, to give of ourselves. Even with the most altruistic intentions, the act of giving does make us feel better too. But asking for help and being willing to receive help from others is much harder. When we take that risk—the risk that the answer might be rejection, ridicule or an unwillingness to help–we are not being weak. We are being vulnerable, which is perhaps our greatest untapped strength."



"When we choose to trust, we are exhibiting tremendous strength."


"We are exhibiting security in our own self worth. We know that having a need doesn’t negate our value as a person."


"We are choosing to trust the person we ask for help; this is a reflection of our respect for them as well as our confidence in our own ability to choose our partners and allies well."


Hope you enjoy!

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Yes! I love all of this. Reminds me 100% of Brene Brown's work. You have seen this, haven't you? If not, watch it now. Homework. ;)



Note: This is for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute medical advice or diagnosis.
I'm not a medical professional, so please take this as friendly peer support. 

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