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Vulnerability: A Personal experience

Vulnerability: A Personal experience

When I find myself in a vulnerable position I may feel loneliness, sadness, grief, guilt, anxiety, disappointment, shame, fear, embarrassment or anger. In my final year of college I failed an assignment on one module.  Dyslexia meant writing assignments were a challenge for me. I was given this news in a child’s play therapy room…

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Vulnerability from a Physical and Emotional sense

Vulnerability from a Physical and Emotional sense

So, let’s unpack “vulnerability”. It belongs naturally to all living beings on this planet and at its most basic it can be defined as feeling receptive to harm and pain. In respect of the physical body. I feel most vulnerable when I am at risk of being physically attacked which can ultimately leave us feeling…

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Emotional Vulnerability

Emotional Vulnerability

Emotional Vulnerability – As a child I had sticky out ears which attracted alot of negative attention in the form of name-calling.  I remember my parents encouraging me to  rhyme the words –  “sticks and stones will break my bones but names will never hurt me” to these name callers in an effort to get…

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