The Gifts of Imperfection is a book about relationships, parenting and personal development by Brené Brown. The book was first published in 2010 and has since been reprinted several times. It is now being released as a 10th anniversary edition, which features a new foreword by the author.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to better their relationships, parenting skills and personal development. Brown provides readers with tools and advice that can be applied to any situation. The Gifts of Imperfection teaches you how to: – Let go of what stops you from being your best self – Own your story – Be brave enough to build meaningful connections – Move from “what” to “why” – Cultivate self-compassion.
- The Gifts of Imperfection is a helpful and insightful book that tackles tough topics in an approachable way.
- Brown’s unique perspective and voice make her writing engaging and relatable.
- The book offers valuable advice on how to live a more authentic life.
- It may be repetitive for readers who have read Brené Brown’s other books.
- The concepts in the book might be difficult to apply to daily life.
- It could inspire people to make changes, but those changes might not be sustainable
Learn more about the author
Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy and is the author of four best-selling books: The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong and Braving the Wilderness. Brené’s TED Talk on vulnerability has been viewed more than 35 million times worldwide.
“This book is amazing. It’s changed the way I see myself and the world around me.”
“Brené Brown has done it again. With The Gifts of Imperfection, she has given us a book that touches our hearts and minds while providing the tools we need to change our lives for the better.”
“The Gifts of Imperfection is a book about relationships, parenting and personal development by Brené Brown. The book was first published in 2010 and has since been reprinted several times.”