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More about Brene Brown / Shame resiliency theory "listening to shame"
Terms in this set (16)
Stage 1 recognizing Shame and triggers
using shame screens 0123 Awareness and understanding
stage 2 practicing Critical awarness
Reinforcing, Individualizing, Pathologizing - 0 1 2 3 - Demystifying, Normalizing, Contextualizing
stage 3 reaching out
Separating, Insulating - 0 1 2 3 - Share our story, create change
stage 4 speaking shame
Shutting down, acting out - 0 1 2 3 - Express how we feel, ask for what we need
Shame and vulnerability
*Excruciating vulnerability to be seen.
People want to be recognized.
Connection is why we are here = gives us purpose and meaning to our lives.
Sense of worthiness/sense of love belonging.
People who had sense of love and belonging believed their worthy of love and belonging.
Shame is fear of disconnection
Characteristics of someone who is vulnerable
Courage- to tell your story and be imperfect. Compassion - to be kind to themselves first then to others.
Connections (willing letting go of who they thought they should be in order to be who they were) -
Fully embraced vulnerability (be proud that you get vulnerable! Willingness to say I love you first or willingness to do something where there is not guarantee.
what we learned about vulnerability
we numb vulnerability. you CANNOT selectively block hard feelings of vulnerability. we live in a vulnerable world. when we numb negativeness we also numb joy and happiness.
vulnerability is Adaptability of change.
usual responses to love and connection according to Brene
you ask people about connection they say disconnection. love=heartbreak. in order for connection to happen we need to be seen
Breakdown occured when Brene felt "Vulnerability is the core of shame, fear and struggle for worthiness, BUT is also the birth place of joy, creativity, love and belonging."
vulnerability will make you worthy
people who have a sense of worthiness, love and belonging, BELIEVE they are worth of love and belonging.
What is bad about us. "im bad" "something is wrong with me"
something you did
who you are (can lead to depression), never good enough.
anecdote to shame
limitations of resiliency theory Brene Brown
she didn't study man until 4 years ago. doesn't take in the biology aspect.
way of implementing, methods to think differently about a situation, event, thought, or belief.
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