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  • Do you often find it difficult to share your true emotions and thoughts with others?
  • Are you hesitant to let others see your vulnerabilities due to fear of rejection or judgment?
  • Do you frequently put up emotional barriers or present a strong facade to protect yourself from being hurt?
  • Are deep and intimate conversations uncomfortable for you, causing you to keep relationships on a surface level?
  • Do you struggle to trust others and often assume negative intentions or expect to be let down?
  • Are you uneasy about receiving support or help from others, feeling that you should handle things on your own?
  • Do compliments and praise make you feel uncomfortable or unworthy?
  • Does the possibility of failure or embarrassment prevent you from taking risks or trying new experiences?
  • Do you tend to isolate yourself or avoid situations where you might have to be vulnerable?
  • Is preserving control and appearing strong more important to you than asking for assistance or showing vulnerability?


If so, Vulnerability Worksheets can help you overcome your fear and deepen your relationship with yourself and others.

+15 Pages of evidence-based activities and prompts

Vulnerability refers to the willingness and ability to expose one's true feelings, thoughts, or emotions, even if there is a risk of being hurt, rejected, or judged. It involves being open and authentic in expressing oneself, allowing oneself to be seen and known by others without any pretense or facade.

Being vulnerable means embracing one's imperfections and acknowledging that it is okay to experience a wide range of emotions, including fear, sadness, or uncertainty. It involves letting go of the need to always appear strong or perfect and instead fostering an environment of honesty, trust, and genuine connection.

When we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, we create opportunities for deeper emotional intimacy in relationships, personal growth, and self-acceptance. It requires courage and self-awareness to acknowledge and accept our vulnerabilities rather than suppressing or denying them.


  • Self-Assessment
  • Vulnerability Obstacles
  • Challenge Negative Beliefs
  • Practice Emotional Awareness
  • Embrace imperfections
  • Build Trust
  • Practice Self-Compassion
  • Start Small and Gradually Increase
  • Focus on the Positives
  • Set Boundaries

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