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Explain Wholeheartedness, as described and defined in The Gifts of Imperfection.

Students should be able to describe the following as attributes of Brown's theory of Wholeheartedness: a sense of worthiness, courage, compassion, connection, love, and belonging. They may also describe or reference any of the ten guideposts to Wholehearted living.

What are the three gifts of imperfection? Briefly describe each one.

Students should be able to identify courage, compassion, and connection as the three gifts of imperfection. Their descriptions may include the distinction between ordinary courage and heroics, the importance of self-compassion in addition to compassion for others, and the integral need for human connection that is inherent in everyone.

What does Brown mean by ordinary courage?

Ordinary courage is distinguished from the heroics that emerge from unique life-threatening circumstances. Instead, ordinary courage means finding personal bravery to face individual challenges. Ordinary courage can include admitting that...

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