Atlas of the Heart is written by Brene Brown, an author, lecturer, and scholar. This book Atlas has a completely different tone from her earlier works. It’s a magnificent book that takes us through areas of emotions, personalities, states, and language while focusing on 13 main themes. The book is about self-awareness and connection with others.
Brené Brown remains one of our most well-known authors and inspirational leaders. This book takes a fresh approach for her, focusing on the language, concepts, and definitions of emotions, attributes, and human moods.
Each of the 13 chapters explains the different aspects of life, such as ‘comparison.’ Brené then defines the discovery and exploration journey to better grasp a lot of aspects of this theme. It’s a great book that will be kept close by as a constant reminder of our life’s journey.
Dr. Brené Brown, a five-time New York Times best-selling author, writes in her latest book ‘If we want to find the way back to ourselves and each other, we need language and the grounded confidence to both tell our stories, and to be stewards of the stories that we hear. This is the framework for meaningful connection.’
Brown guides the reader through 87 experiences and emotions that determine what it means to be human in Atlas of the Heart. She provides us with the language and methods to access a world of different options and second chances. She defines the world where we can express and steward the stories of our brightest and most heart-wrenching moments with each other in a way that creates relation as she tells us the skills required and specifies the actionable guideline for a deep bond.
Brown’s significant research into the experiences that determine who we are has changed the cultural discussion and helped explain what it means to be fearless in our actions during the last couple of decades. Atlas of the Heart defines this research, as well as Brown’s unique skills as a researcher/storyteller. This book tells us that an extremely valuable, research-based foundation proves that naming an experience provides us the strength of insight, meaning, and selection, rather than giving the experience more power.
Brown shares, ‘I want this to be an atlas for all of us, because I believe that, with an adventurous heart and the right maps, we can travel anywhere and never fear losing ourselves. Even when we have no idea where we are.’