Many of us have experienced the loneliness and isolation that have come with pandemic stress. We may have gotten comfortable with detachment, distance, and disconnection. If we are going to overcome this pandemic stress and see the possibilities God is trying to bring us, we can’t do it alone. We need to reconnect and have vulnerable, rather than virtual, relationships.
- Read the Psalm 30s and 40s to learn more about how to be vulnerable with God first, and then with our friends and families.
- Read 4 Unexpected Benefits of Being Vulnerable to see how vulnerability doesn’t have to be scary, but makes you better and happier.
- Watch Brene Brown’s The power of vulnerability to learn more about the benefits and necessity of vulnerability in relationships.