Daring Greatly

[Daring Greatly]
Year: 
2012
Public: 
Publisher: 
Penguin Publishing Group
Year of publication: 
2015
Pages: 
320
Moral assessment: 
Type: Thought
Nothing inappropriate.
Requires prior general knowledge of the subject.
Readers with knowledgeable about the subject matter.
Contains doctrinal errors of some importance.
Whilst not being explicitly against the faith, the general approach or its main points are ambiguous or opposed to the Church’s teachings.
Incompatible with Catholic doctrine.
Literary quality: 
Recommendable: 
Transmits values: 
Sexual content: 
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Vulgar or obscene language: 
Ideas that contradict Church teaching: 
The rating of the different categories comes from the opinion of Delibris' collaborators

The book is an invitation to know our most genuine side, to take off our masks, to build ties and a society that is more sincere and permeable to love and connection among human beings. For that it is necessary to overcome shame, fear and embrace our imperfection. Failure is not a weakness. Our greatest strength lies in vulnerability. It means being open to risk, uncertainty and emotional exposure. To show it is a sign of strength and courage, not weakness. It is being susceptible to being hurt by others. 

The author emphasizes the importance of stopping worrying about what others think, understanding our emotions and empathizing with other human beings. This is how trust is generated and true connection emerges. The style is simple, full of practical wisdom, with a sense of humor and many examples from everyday life. Brené Brown, in addition to writing this bestseller, has a TED talk on vulnerability with more than 25 million views. She is a social worker at the University of Houston and a recognized speaker in the United States.

Author: Marcela Navarro Hernández , Mexico
Update on: Sep 2023