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Braving the Wilderness (2017)

In this book, Brené Brown redefines what belonging really means.

Braving the Wilderness is a revealing book book by Brené Brown. In this book, she says that there is a spiritual crisis of disconnections and needs a new definition of true belonging.

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True belonging requires us to believe and belong to ourselves so completely that we can find sacred in being a part of things and stand alone when necessary. However, in today’s society people aren’t willing to be themselves and face the consequences. Therefore, many people are unable to find true belonging.

“In this book, Brown redefines what belonging really means. She shows how we need each other more than ever before. We must learn to work together to create a better world.”

The Book Guide® Editor

Wilderness means nature without humans’ influence. When people enter into this wild environment, they can become more brave and fearless than before. Wilderness is a place as dangerous and thrilling as it is beautiful. This place is a place of true belonging and friendship.

Braving the Wilderness (2017) by Brené Brown

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