28 min

074 // Vulnerability, Authenticity and Oversharing The HYE Life Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

Vulnerability is of integral importance in our lives and personal development. While often seen as a weakness, vulnerability is an incredible strength and is often that "missing piece" in relationships that allows us to be fully authentic and understood-- when shared in the right way. 

Vulnerability not only forges deeper connections with those we entrust with our truth, but it allows us to begin to integrate into our identities the very parts of ourselves we have felt ashamed of or abandoned, and gives others the permission (they've been unwittingly seeking outside of themselves) to do the same.

That said, as publicly sharing vulnerability is becoming more of a thing, it's common to feel pressure to be vulnerable for the sake of being seen as "authentic," but if we aren't respectful of boundaries or sharing with the right intentions, we can end up oversharing and causing more harm than healing-- for yourself and for those you are trying to connect with or serve.



If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to leave a review!

And if you're wanting to get even more out of our time together, I'd love to work with you 1-1. Work with me!


LINKS:

// Follow me on IG @thehyelife

// Ready to shift your story and take charge of your journey? Work with me via 1-1 coaching + support

// Take the HYE Road Workbook - the best place to start (besides the podcast) if you're new to me!

// Sign up for my bi-wekkyl-ish HYElights Newsletter

// Have a question you want answered on the show? Send me an email

 


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Vulnerability is of integral importance in our lives and personal development. While often seen as a weakness, vulnerability is an incredible strength and is often that "missing piece" in relationships that allows us to be fully authentic and understood-- when shared in the right way. 

Vulnerability not only forges deeper connections with those we entrust with our truth, but it allows us to begin to integrate into our identities the very parts of ourselves we have felt ashamed of or abandoned, and gives others the permission (they've been unwittingly seeking outside of themselves) to do the same.

That said, as publicly sharing vulnerability is becoming more of a thing, it's common to feel pressure to be vulnerable for the sake of being seen as "authentic," but if we aren't respectful of boundaries or sharing with the right intentions, we can end up oversharing and causing more harm than healing-- for yourself and for those you are trying to connect with or serve.



If you're enjoying the podcast, please take a moment to leave a review!

And if you're wanting to get even more out of our time together, I'd love to work with you 1-1. Work with me!


LINKS:

// Follow me on IG @thehyelife

// Ready to shift your story and take charge of your journey? Work with me via 1-1 coaching + support

// Take the HYE Road Workbook - the best place to start (besides the podcast) if you're new to me!

// Sign up for my bi-wekkyl-ish HYElights Newsletter

// Have a question you want answered on the show? Send me an email

 


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-hye-life-podcast/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hye-life-podcast/support

28 min