Vulnerability is often solely associated with relationships. Being vulnerable in a relationship can bring couples closer together, but being vulnerable even when you're not in a relationship can have an impact.
How much of your life is spent attempting to put on a front of happiness? How often do you let others see your true, raw feelings and emotions? Why are you afraid of how people might react?
Researcher, author, and storyteller Dr. Brene Brown believes vulnerability is courage.
"Vulnerability is the core of shame, fear and a struggle for worthiness, but it appears that is is also the birthplace of joy, of creativity, belonging, and love." - Dr. Brene Brown