A few months ago, I spent an afternoon interviewing Pam and Rachel, two of the founders behind a dinner picnic initiative, Hygge, for a YMI article I was writing.
During our interview, Pam recounted an incident in which a guest had shared something a little ‘too personal’. The others at the picnic didn’t know how to respond, so they just awkwardly changed the subject.
“Not many people know how to handle vulnerability, but that’s always something we try to push, because we think that’s something very precious,” she had said.
This struck me. How could vulnerability be something precious? Continue reading