Brené Brown: The secret to having compassion

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The popular researcher explains what compassionate people have in common — and why it wasn't what she expected.






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cbs has 2 of the 3 stories tonight on you tube. I wonder if the story not on you tube was a rerun?

Author — Marco Deo

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Half the people in these comments are the ones who'd benefit from her books the most. Good lord.

Author — Stacey

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this interviewer just doesn't have chemistry with her... so awkward to watch

Author — AyakoTachi

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You crossed my boundary by making a crappy video

Author — FLOODOFSINS

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I wish she would have given an example. It's an interesting idea, but I don't fully understand it from the way she explained it.

Author — NESherv

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Self help books are a misnomer. If I by a book written by someone else am I really helping myself? no the author has helped me.

Author — Marco Deo

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Compassion vs. empathy, as a "skill set"? This loon has neither.

Author — Susan Kay

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Compassion is as vast as the sky and as deep as the sea. There are no boundaries.

Author — Uschi Schueller

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the secret is to be a loser in life. that way you can have empathy and wallow around in your echo chamber virtue signaling all day and wasting your life away

Author — RedCapitalist

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Really!? - listening to her reminds of the story of the 'emperor's new clothes' - ie groundless acclaim.

Author — freda arbuckle

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I consider her another person who needs help but would rather bask in attention by giving talks. She does have the boundary thing right though. You have to keep most people at arm's length or they will suck you dry.

Author — John Agresti

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What a load of nonsense . She can’t even articulate this herself ! And notice how her mask slips ; with “ the fun judgey stuff” comment . Also people with “faith” .. or the religious are only compassionate if you’re on “their side “. 15 minutes of fame well and truly gone .

Author — FirstAnd Last

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I personally don’t agree. Compassion can be taught and the ones that have mastered compassion is because they either have suffered tremendously or have imagined too perfectly that know how it feels like to suffer. So, they know how to act in a compassionate manner. Boundaries is the result of a behavior; compassion is the “ trained heart” LinaT - Magicalpatterns.org

Author — Magical Patterns