Brené Brown

This is something every parent should hear, regardless of politics.
The trait is far from a bad thing.
Things only get worse when others are intricately involved and guilt is lurking on the scene. When we've done something to
This post is part of a series on women's leadership produced by The Huffington Post and the Simmons International Leadership
We need ourselves, to find our own voices and activate our own ears. We will find connection in our disagreements as well as our shared interests, and we may well help to spread an epidemic of connection.
This four-lesson online workshop, co-hosted by Glennon Doyle Melton and Brené Brown, provides lessons that can help us find
The current state of affairs in the United States has been the subject of much finger pointing. With pointed fingers come: blame. We blame the other party, the inaction of the senate, the constitution, corruption, and everything in between.
The words are always there to express your feelings and the next breath will always be taken and the heart will continue to pump blood no matter how much you request it stop. We don't always want to say these words or take another breath or more importantly recognize the meaning behind this fear.