The Price of Heartbreak Episode 137, April 10, 2019
Author, Rick Sharpe, joins us to discuss his experience with depression following the end of a relationship and discovering the power in his own vulnerability. Note: Rick joined us from Dubai and the video froze a few times, but the audio is solid.
“I was the
posterchild for avoiding vulnerability. I avoided it at all costs.” ~Rick Sharpe
Rick’s book and this conversation focuses on discovering the power
Topics and Questions Include:
- What has you living in Dubai?
- What prompted your book, The Price of Heartbreak?
- Was this your first breakup?
- What was your healing process like?
- Discovering Brené Brown.
- Where did you learn it was wrong to be vulnerable?
- What was the goal of the book?
- What’s the best thing that has happened from writing, The Price of Heartbreak?
- Were you afraid to know yourself?
- What stands out as a key to your growth and healing?
- Some men respond to heartbreak by giving up on relationships entirely, is that something you considered?
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“I had to learn to love how I am. That was a
huge leap of faith.” ~ Rick Sharpe
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