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VULNERABILITY

                 

It’s OK to be vulnerable and it’s OK to show that you are weak and in need of true love. What makes you vulnerable makes you beautiful. Vulnerability makes you exposed to the possibilities of being harmed either emotionally or physically. It makes you open your heart and your feelings reflect on your face. People will know how you are feeling. It becomes easier for people to know about your emotions. Don’t hide your feelings or run away from them. Owning your story can be hard but not as hard as spending your life running away from them. Embrace your vulnerability, it’s a risky task but not as risky as giving up on love and feelings. Be brave enough to explore the darkness and then see the light of joy and happiness. When you truly love someone you lay your heart in front of them. You give them a part of yourself, which you don’t share with anyone else. You let that one person enter that part and you yourself give them the right to hurt you.  

Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show people your true feelings. It is like having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not a part of your weakness. It is proof that you are courageous enough to embrace your feelings and hurt. To share your weaknesses with others makes you vulnerable, making yourself vulnerable will give you the strength to face the situations. Be brave enough to stand up again, even after hate makes you drop to your knees.   

When we pretend that we can avoid vulnerability we engage in behavior that is often inconsistent with who we want to be. In the race of fighting and running away from your emotions, we become someone we don’t want to be. Embrace your Vulnerability, it will make you beautiful. True love is about vulnerability; allowing someone to see that you want them and need them in your life, and trusting them not to hurt you. Expressing your inner emotions doesn’t make you weak. It gives you the strength to accept the situation and let the person know your feelings.

You show your vulnerability through relationships and those feelings are your soft spot. You need a soft spot in your life to survive. Some of the best lessons we ever learn are learned from past mistakes, don’t ever be scared of your mistakes. They give you wisdom and success of the future. Vulnerability is scary but pure. The moment you are vulnerable, you are your purest self. In it, you can find the bravery to show the world your emotions. The feelings of love or hurt. To be human is to be invulnerability. Vulnerability is defined as uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. You expose your feelings to the world. The fear of being judged by the world makes you take a step back from exposing your vulnerability, and this will make you experience more pain and hurt.

Vulnerability isn’t a curse, it just confirms that we are human. It gives us freedom and power to connect with the hurt soul. The art of being real will makes us heal yourself and others. Courage can be measured accurately by being vulnerable. We cultivate love when we allow our most vulnerable and powerful selves to be deeply seen and unknown to the outer world. OPEN YOUR HANDS IF YOU WANT TO BE HELD. We cannot selectively numb emotion, when we numb the painful emotions, we also numb the positive emotions. Vulnerability is all about breaking down the walls and living with your wild heart. Fall in love with someone who will take care of your heart and keep it safe from harm. Someone who opens up their soul and doesn’t keep any secrets from you. True love is being so vulnerable and allowing someone else in so far they could hurt you, but also give you everything.

You are imperfect, you are wired for struggles, but you are worthy of love and belonging. No one reaches out to you for compassion or empathy so you can teach them how to behave better. They reach out to us because they believe in our capacity to know our darkness well enough to sit in the dark with them.       

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