Did you know that in the United States, 1 out of every 15 people are depressed, and each day approximately 123 people die by suicide? And each year the numbers keep going up, but nobody’s talking about it!
Depression and Suicide are now known as the silent killers. They’ve taken the lives of the beloved Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, and Robin Williams; and if we don’t start changing our world, these silent killers could take your mom, dad, sister, brother, or even your children.
It’s time to be emotionally vulnerable, let it all out, and open the door to a new type of conversation that’s good for you.
This book tells you exactly how opening yourself up to the unknown can improve your mental and physical health, and lead you to a happier and more fulfilling life.
Vulnerability isn’t a weakness. It takes incredible strength — and it’s worth the effort.
You’ll learn about the history of vulnerability, and delve into the world of cultural studies which show how emotions are interpreted differently depending on the society you grow up in — and the language you speak. You’ll gain insight into why vulnerability is good for you, and how it can help you feel better every day.
And then you’ll discover how to begin your own journey towards vulnerability. Practical techniques, combining the ancient wisdom of Eastern traditions with a modern approach, are laid out step by step. You can learn how to practice mindfulness meditation; how to use affirmations; how to let go of your addictions and habits using addiction journaling; how to harness the power of your breath; and much more.
Move into your vulnerability with confidence.
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Matt Morris is a bestselling author, speaker, and life coach. He has gained wisdom from the traumatic events that have happened in his life.
Today, he lives to inspire and make a positive impact in the lives of others. Throughout his books, he goes into detail about how things such as: losing both his parents at a young age, surviving a plane crash, as well as facing major disabilities are horrific; but have also made him a stronger, more compassionate, and empathetic person.
Matt’s main focus is to help people enjoy the present moment, overcome depression, stop suicide, all of which are challeges he’s spent years dealing with. He is on a mission to change the negative stigma towards talking about depression in order to make it a better place.