Tag Archives: vulnerability

eThoughts : March 1, 2009: Intimacy

Let’s start with a human relationship definition and not a completely dictionary one: Deep intimacy is the sharing, acceptance, and growth (declines can lead to growth in truly intimate relationships) between two or more people of all things personal, including strengths and vulnerabilities. This definition is not just about the individuals involved, but includes the […]

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eThoughts : Vulnerability, Part II

Vulnerability is an interesting polarizing force. And no matter how hard we try, we can mitigate the circumstances sometimes, but we cannot become invulnerable. However, that doesn’t stop us from trying. And in the name of preventing or protecting vulnerability, we have created a lot of human woes. One of the worst woes is the […]

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eThoughts : July 1, 2008: Vulnerability, Part I

Okay, I could write about a lot of contemporary things like the credit crunch, the collapsing housing market, gasoline prices, global warming, the presidential election, etc. (note to the sarcastic ones out there: I didn’t say I could write about them well, I just said write). But a lot of people, and competent ones at […]

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