From the critical perspective the above information

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From the critical perspective, the above information provides insightful information on how people can become happy by facing their fear with the main intention of finding a solution to their problems in life. Fear can be turned in to something special for instance, people hate knowing that their fears might block them from accessing a promising future and therefore, the able individuals will work hard to ensure that they destroy the fears in their lives and pursue what will make them productive members of the society. In conclusion, Both Brene Brown, Karen Walker and Robert Holden are great scholars because, they present the concepts of shame, vulnerability and fear in the most effective ways. From their discussions, the discuss the concepts in the most positive ways for example, using the above mentioned concepts in solving the problems that affects the victims. These issues are part of human system and it is through them that people can become prosperous and lucky in life. Finally, Robert Holden in his teaching presents integrating information that solves all problems for example, people should express love and be true to each other.
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In conclusion, love, vulnerability, and shame are indispensable parts of our lives and are closely intertwined in our lives. People may know more directly about love but will avoid vulnerability and shame. When we are afraid and vulnerable, we tend to have more love against. Fear and vulnerable are within us, we just didn’t notice it exist because we have more love. Once people accept them, people will slowly grow and progress because of this small step. References Brown, Brene. “Listen to Shame.” Online video clip. Ted. Ted, March. 2012. Accessed 13 May. 2019. Brown, Brene. “Listening to Shame”. TED 2012. March 2012. Holden, Robert. “Loveability”. Chapter 12 “Show Your Love”. Foreword by Marianne Williamson, 1st ed., Hay House, 2013. Print. Holden, Robert. “Loveability”. Chapter 15“Love Does Not Hurt”. Foreword by Marianne Williamson, 1st ed., Hay House, 2013. Print. Holden, Robert. “Loveability”. Chapter 5“Live Your Love”. Foreword by Marianne Williamson, 1st ed., Hay House, 2013. Print. Holden, Robert. “Loveability”. Chapter 9 “Your Love Story”. Foreword by Marianne Williamson, 1st ed., Hay House, 2013. Print. Holden, Robert. Loveability”. Part II “Love Is Who You Are”. Foreword by Marianne Williamson, 1st ed., Hay House, 2013. Print.
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