Sunday, February 24, 2013
Episode 14: Vulnerabilty and Recovery
Quick - what does the word 'vulnerability' mean to you? Does it have positive or negative connotations for you? Or both?
The dictionary defines vulnerability as this: "the inability to withstand the effects of a hostile environment". Other definitions include: "reduced defensive measures" or "susceptible to physical or emotional attack".
Doesn't sound so good, right?
So why is vulnerability such a cornerstone to recovery? How do we navigate its potentially treacherous waters? Why is it so pivotal?
Listen Lisa, Amanda and Ellie, co-hosts of The Bubble Hour, as we have an open (and, yes, vulnerable) conversation about the topic of vulnerability.
Through the power of story and shared experience, we discuss what vulnerability means to us, and
how it continues to evolve for us as women in recovery from alcoholism.
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