By Kristen Rogers Anderson
FINALLY! It seemed inevitable, and yet it took over a year — we are finally reading a Brené Brown book together in the Boho Berry Book Club.
Could I have read this on my own? Certainly. But for some reason I’ve preferred to slip Daring Greatly into our monthly poll every few months, knowing that eventually, it would rise to the top — and when it did, I would greet it with open arms and finally dive in. Brené Brown is a major self-help rockstar, and this month it’s time for me to me to find out exactly why.
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Now, I’m not a total Brené Brown n00b — I’ve read one of her other books, The Gifts of Imperfection, and watched her Netflix special The Call to Courage — but Daring Greatly seems to be the book where people really started freaking out about her.
Daring Greatly is about vulnerability and how it’s the underpinning factor in so many of our emotions, both pleasant and unpleasant, and how getting more comfortable with it can help us improve our lives and the lives of others. It’s about how connections are made stronger when we have the courage to let our guard down. And it’s about letting ourselves be seen as we truly are and the freedom in that.
I’m ready for that, and apparently, so are the members of the Boho Berry Book Club. Maybe you are, too. Come join us!
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Kristen Rogers Anderson (@chillinkristen) co-hosts the podcast Guide to the Unknown (gttupod.com), where she and her brother Will Rogers talk about mysteries, the paranormal, urban legends and folklore, but ya know, keep it light. She works as an assistant for Kara Benz and probably packed those Boho Berry stickers in your journal.
Kristen also teaches restorative yoga — basically an assisted nap — and has a major thing for Bravo programming. She loves being outside with her dog, Crumbs, eating good food in restaurants or crappy food in front of the TV with her chef husband, Ryan, and cracking up with her very, very loved friends and family.