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Welcome to 3-2-1 Tuesdays with Better Wellness Naturally- Imperfections And Vulnerability

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Quick bits of therapeutic info and learning, ideas, concepts, and quotes.

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3: Keys

2: Concepts

1: Quick Article

Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change."

— Brené Brown

3 Keys to Embracing Imperfection Through Vulnerability:
  1. Understanding Vulnerability as Strength: Vulnerability is often misunderstood as a weakness, yet it really does embody true strength. And, yes, embracing our vulnerability can help dismantle the walls we’ve built around ourselves.

  2. The Healing Power of Connection Through Vulnerability: When we share our vulnerabilities, we invite connection. We really are more alike than we are different, and our shared experiences are more common than we might think.

  3. Cultivating Self-Compassion in the Face of Imperfection: Practicing self-compassion is essential in acknowledging our imperfections. This means treating ourselves with kindness, recognizing our shared humanity, and understanding that “perfection” is a perception.

A Couple of Concepts: Nurturing Growth and Connection

The Role of Mindfulness in Accepting Imperfection: Yes, mindfulness once again…Mindfulness teaches us to approach our imperfections with curiosity and kindness rather than judgment. By learning to stay present and accepting of our experiences, we can learn to embrace our vulnerabilities as opportunities for growth and self-discovery.

Building Resilience Through Accepting Imperfection: The fact is that no one—and nothing— is perfect. Embracing imperfections not only nurtures self-acceptance but also resilience. Viewing challenges as opportunities for growth likewise fosters a mindset that values progress over perfection.

A Quick Overview:  The Transformative Potential of Embracing Imperfection

In a world that often prizes “perfection” above all else, the courage to embrace our imperfections and vulnerabilities stands as a radical act of self-love and acceptance.

Can embracing vulnerability be scary? Absolutely. Does this openness sometimes invite judgment and criticism from others? It can. Yet, vulnerability, as Brené Brown teaches us, is not a weakness but one of the most accurate measures of courage. When we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, we not only open the door to genuine connections, authentic growth, and change but we can also begin to transform how we live our lives, connect with others, and navigate our world.

Moreover, navigating past the fear of judgment demonstrates that acknowledging our imperfections as intrinsic elements of our identity can be incredibly liberating. It's a journey that involves recognizing that this fear, while natural, can be overcome through self-awareness and compassion.

Here’s what’s important to understand: Embracing imperfection is not about resigning ourselves to mediocrity. Rather, it's about acknowledging and accepting our humanity—with all its flaws and beauty. It's about celebrating the imperfections that make us uniquely human and finding joy and beauty in the messiness of life.


  • Brown, Brené. (2012). "Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead."

  • Neff, Kristin. (2011). "Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself."

  • Kabat-Zinn, Jon. (1994). "Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life."


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