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The Power of Vulnerability From the video watch in class, describe in detail your personal thoughts of: - What you learned that you didn't know before? “Well, apparently this is the way my work went as well, because, when you ask people about love, they tell you about heartbreak. When you ask people about belonging, they'll tell you their most excruciating experiences of being excluded. And when you ask people about connection, the stories they told me were about disconnection.” For me this was the part of the video that really made me realize that people actually express or see thing in that way. I subconsciously knew this but i could never put into words, like people always respond to this questions with a negative answer, or the negative part of the story, because in a relationship you usually have a 90% of the time is actually the good times, why people would never talk about that? I am actually very surprised.
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