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TuesReviews: Atlas of the Heart by Brené Brown

Brené Brown works in shame and vulnerability qualitative psychology research, and is a prolific author.

In Atlas of the Heart, Brown has many valuable definitions to discuss on a plethora of emotions. I found benefit in the anxiety-related emotions section. However, to my chagrin, I only finished 4/5ths of the this book.

Each part could benefit some. For me though, reading every section wore me down until I doubted it was non-maleficent.

Brown should provide more strategies in healing for every negative scenario provided. One such strategy could be mindfulness techniques such I cultivate compassion. I recommend gently checking in with yourself after each part in case you need a breather or to stop.

I tried both the physical AND audiobook versions. The physical book is amazingly beautiful! It's what made me pick up the book initially. I immediately felt compelled to grab it to feel of the embossing against my fingertips.

The audiobook is read by Brown herself, and I'm in awe of her performance. What a skilled public speaker! I doubt many could rival her style. I aspire to speak as she does!

2/5 ⭐️

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Jayde Claudi
Jayde Claudi
06 de fev.

I’ve seen a great TED Talk from her (I’m sure she’s done a few) but it was shown to us at work and I too marvelled at what an incredible speaker she is! So captivating.


Hi there,

Lauren Sims is an artist and author from Brisbane, Australia. She has recently become and author and will be releasing her first book in late 2022.

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