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we-all-have-our-secrets-we-all-have-our-vulnerabilities
theres-always-some-potential-vulnerabilities-in-any-system
thinking-like-your-prey-thats-where-you-find-their-vulnerabilities
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i-have-more-concerns-about-potential-risks-vulnerabilities-than-most-people
i-am-sick-old-ghosts-i-just-want-to-feel-safe-again-without-haunts-old-vulnerabilities-donna-lynn-hope
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embracing-our-vulnerabilities-is-risky-but-not-nearly-as-dangerous-as-giving-up-on-love-belonging-joy-bren-brown
sometimes-divulging-your-vulnerabilities-without-any-kind-filter-can-make-you-more-human-but-then-again-it-can-also-provide-material-that-can-be-used-tonya-hurley
walking-into-room-filled-with-people-you-dont-know-but-who-know-you-brings-out-your-worst-vulnerabilities
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what-we-can-afford-least-is-to-define-problem-future-war-as-we-would-like-it-to-be-by-doing-introduce-into-our-defense-vulnerabilities-based-on-self-delusion
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at-time-sendmail-program-had-poor-reputation-with-respect-to-security-with-four-root-vulnerabilities-per-year-for-two-successive-years-wietse-venema
the-lax-multiculturalism-that-urges-americans-to-accept-unacceptable-from-their-fellow-citizens-is-one-this-nations-greatest-vulnerabilities-in-war-on-terror
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strength-is-finding-courage-to-let-another-person-in-strength-is-opening-your-heart-to-him-exposing-yourself-in-all-vulnerabilities-no-matter-how-terrifying-that-may-be-scarlett-
unknowingly-he-prepared-me-to-survive-rest-my-days-with-way-he-shielded-himself-from-emotional-vulnerabilities-that-slowly-destroy-rest-us-crystal-woods
but-trust-can-take-you-long-way-and-my-faith-takes-me-long-way-and-i-think-that-our-pains-our-vulnerabilities-our-insecurities-can-fuel-us-to-be-mariska-hargitay
bad-isnt-really-that-bad-only-that-it-exposes-your-vulnerabilities-you-feel-badpatch-hole-let-go-move-on-with-your-life-gopichand-lagadapati
I just want to say one thing. If I ever write a novel again, it's going to be in defense of weak women, inept and codependent women. I'm going to talk about all the great movies and songs and poetry that focus on such women. I'm going to toast Blanche DuBois. I'm going to celebrate women who aren't afraid to show their need and their vulnerabilities. To be honest about how hard it can be to plow your way through a life that offers no guarantees about anything. I'm going to get on my metaphorical knees and thank women who fall apart, who cry and carry on and wail and wring their hands because you know what, Midge? We all need to cry. Thank God for women who can articulate their vulnerabilities and express what probably a lot of other people want to say and feel they can't. Those peoples' stronghold against falling apart themselves is the disdain they feel for women who do it for them. Strong. I'm starting to think that's as much a party line as anything else ever handed to women for their assigned roles. When do we get respect for our differences from men? Our strength is our weakness. Our ability to feel is our humanity. You know what? I'll bet if you talk to a hundred strong women, 99 of them would say 'I'm sick of being strong. I would like to be cared for. I would like someone else to make the goddamn decisions, I'm sick of making decisions.' I know this one woman who's a beacon of strength. A single mother who can do everything - even more than you, Midge. I ran into her not long ago and we went and got a coffee and you know what she told me? She told me that when she goes out to dinner with her guy, she asks him to order everything for her. Every single thing, drink to dessert. Because she just wants to unhitch. All of us dependent, weak women have the courage to do all the time what she can only do in a restaurant.

Elizabeth Berg
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the-people-who-know-you-well-are-people-who-know-your-vulnerabilities-danny-wallace
i-dont-like-word-strong-because-strong-character-is-never-interesting-character-a-character-is-made-interesting-by-their-vulnerabilities-their-weaknesses
As long as we share our stories, as long as our stories reveal our strengths and vulnerabilities to each other, we reinvigorte our understanding and tolerance for the little quirks of personality that in other circumstances would drive us apart. When we live in a family, a community, a country where we know each other's true stories, we remember our capacity to lean in and love each other into wholeness. I have read the story of a tribe in southern Africa called the Babemba in which a person doing something wrong, something that destroys this delicate social net, brings all work in the village to a halt. The people gather around the "offender, " and one by one they begin to recite everything he has done right in his life: every good deed, thoughtful behavior, act of social responsibility. These things have to be true about the person, and spoken honestly, but the time-honored consequence of misbehavior is to appreciate that person back into the better part of himself. The person is given the chance to remember who he is and why he is important to the life of the village. I want to live under such a practice of compassion. When I forget my place, when I lash out with some private wounding in a public way, I want to be remembered back into alignment with my self and my purpose. I want to live with the opportunity for reconciliation. When someone around me is thoughtless or cruel, I want to be given the chance to respond with a ritual that creates the possibility of reconnection. I want to live in a neighborhood where people don't shoot first, don't sue first, where people are Storycatchers willing to discover in strangers the mirror of themselves.

Christina Baldwin
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