How to Turn Vulnerability into a Superpower

Sometimes, we all need a pick me up. To be vulnerable means to put ourselves in a position that could potentially hurt us. But in return,, according to Brown, the power of vulnerability allows us to lead happier and more emotionally fulfilling lives. Want to learn how to be more vulnerable in your relationships? In collaboration with Christine Chanty and Isaiah Chantryi, we produced an animation on how to tap into the power of vulnerability. Christine Chanty's Blog: https://podgeponders.wordpress.com/ Isaiah Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/theisaiahcc Team: Script Writer: Christine Chanty Script Editor: Christine Chanty VO: TheIsaiahCC Animator: Grace Cardenas Cano YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong What will you be doing today to unlock your superpower? Transcript: modified/corrected by alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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