Brene Brown – Boundaries, Empathy, and Compassion
Published March 7, 2016
I do not own any rights to this interview. I could not find this exact interview anywhere on YouTube, so I decided to upload it. This was found on the Facebook page: The Work of the People. This is an interview with scholar, author, and public speaker, Brene Brown. In this interview, she speaks about setting boundaries, her B-I-G idea, the belief of compassion, and the act of empathy.
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Free of the Shadows: Recovering from Sexual Violence. Caren Adams, MA & Jennifer Fay, MA. (1990)
Feminist Perspectives on Rape
First published Wed May 13, 2009; substantive revision Wed Aug 14, 2013