Summary of Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience by Brene Brown (Paperback)
Why is it that people are quick to say they're jealous of someone but will not admit to being envious? What's the difference between shame and guilt? Is feeling hopeless the same as feeling despair? Emotions are a natural occurrence for humans. Having emotions separates us from other living things. Still, most people do not have the emotional language to name all the emotions experienced in a lifetime. This can leave us with unresolved and largely unhelpful emotions because we cannot recognize and learn from what is being felt. Unrecognized emotions can lead to mental, physical, and spiritual health issues. Once we learn to name emotions properly, we can also learn to use that emotion to move forward. Therefore, it is important to get to know ourselves and our emotions on the deepest levels. We can also share with others and build up more emotional language as we learn more about emotions. This book, Summary of Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience by Brene Brown is an unofficial summary and analysis of the original which includes: -- Book Summary Overview -- Chapter by Chapter Analysis -- Background Information about the book -- Background information about the author -- Trivia questions, Discussion questions -- And much more... This book will teach you about approximately 100 different emotions, many of which we have defined incorrectly for a lifetime. Scroll up and click Add to Cart for your copy now Disclaimer: This is an UNOFFICIAL summary and analysis, not the original book. It is designed to record all the key points of the original and will provide you with an overview before or after reading the original.