True courage is not the brutal force of vulgar heroes, but the firm resolve of virtue and reason.
~Alfred North Whitehead.
We all love stories and myths of heroes, who exemplify courageous action against great odds and enormous opposition. So do you agree that it’s in the face of tests and difficulties that human virtues like Fortitude, Endurance, and Bravery truly show up best …and inspire us to become the best version of ourselves?
- We as parents do not have the luxury of despair (Instead we need tenderness, compassion, and grace of holding space for our children) .
- We are all born with the capacity to be brave and courageous, all it takes is some skill and practice to ring in the many forms of conscious bravery.
Meet my Guest: Pamela Brinker, LCSW Brinker (Speaker, Integrative Psychotherapist & Advocate for people affected by addiction & mental health challenges | Featured Contributor BizCatalyst 360° | Author of Amazon Bestseller “Conscious Bravery: Caring for Someone with Addiction.”