The narrator seemed too prim and proper for this book. But after listening to Brene Brown herself narrator "The Gifts of Imperfect Parenting", it's a tough act to follow.
I tried to be at know nothing state during hearing it but 60% of the book content is duplicated from "The power of vulnerability" it was like i bought the book again!
it was very disappointing.
thank you Brenne Brown AND Autible 4-giving my blind Ass !!!-You've helped me by bringing me. bioks. and wisdom.... Ur both The Bomb!-Thank you. RJANK YOU~ other helpful books of Hope & serenity or better way of living thinking. LIVING JOYFULLY R (The Secret) & (Awake in the Dream) THANX AGAIN #!!!!!!
Having suffered a life of doormat syndrome for years, I've been looking for someone to tell me that the bravest thing I can do for myself if stand up for myself. Change, and bravery, is a process.
I connected with most of what this book offered. I felt the twinges and grimaces of digging deep but was glad to explore what she offered. I'm hopeful that using these tools will build a greater life and experience. I have read a few "self help" books but none have been so spot on before.
Liked this so very much. There are many concepts that have a ring of truth here. Not a step by step guidebook but starts patterns of thought that I want to encourage. Finished it but I already want to listen again for more details I missed.
Bought this without sampling thinking it was narrated by the author (my mistake). Once I realized my error, was willing to give it a shot, but struggled through the less than five-hour listen for over a month. Narrator mispronounces a handful of not difficult words, and has an eerie, yet difficult to pinpoint stepford-like quality to her tone and cadence (plus a very distracting tooth whistle). Happy to be finished & plan to avoid narrator in the future.