Have you ever felt like you’re exposed and defenseless in a simple or everyday situation?If the answer is ‘Yes’, have you ever thought about the benefits that this feeling can bring to your life?Feeling or showing vulnerability in some situations it is a normal experience. When we stop showing vulnerability in front of others, we are actually disregarding the opportunity to create new relationships, or even closing the doors to big opportunities, usually due to our fear of rejection.
In this episode, Dr. Carmen Roman talks with Patricia Young, LCSW about vulnerability from a psychological perspective. They explain how to recognize our vulnerability and what the positive aspects are.
Dr. Carmen Roman is a dedicated clinical psychologist who helps parents, families and community leaders who have suffered from trauma, anxiety or stress to manage their emotions, guiding them to a harmonious life.
Patricia Young is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 20 years of experience. She lives in San Diego, CA and specializes in working with Highly Sensitive People (HSPs). Patricia has an extensive background in medical social work, bereavement and adoptions prior to specializing in HSPs.
You will learn:
- What is Vulnerability?
- Why do we feel vulnerable?
- Why we should recognize our vulnerabilities?
- Is it good to show us vulnerable in front of others?
- Positive aspects about showing vulnerability
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Connect with Dr Carmen Roman
- Website http://www.emotionsinharmony.org
- Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with Patricia Young, LCSW
- Website http://www.patriciayounglcsw.com
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