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Posted: 09/28/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
Winnipeg artist, entrepreneur and nursing student
"I am currently reading Daring Greatly by Bren© Brown, an American PhD social worker, scholar, author and public speaker. I adore self-help books, simply because they can teach you lot about yourself, challenge the way you perceive the world and help you understand and empathize with others. Daring Greatly addresses the struggle that most of us have with vulnerability and the shame epidemic raging through the western world. It is an interesting read, both insightful and encouraging."
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