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Freedom is a psychological accomplishment. Only truthfulness will set us free. Many of us already know that in our bones, but we don't always muster the courage to do it - or remember the incredible rewards! From the simple, intensely moving stories in the beginning to the profound and hilarious essays in the end, this audiobook is the best reminder of that reward you will ever come across. Honesty is the source of the ongoing renewal of love. We have the evidence.
The Truthtellers: Stories of Success by Radically Honest People contains true stories from people who have shared honestly with people in their personal lives, and how it often leads to unpredicted love, freedom, creativity and joy. You will also find how this kind of honest self-expression leads to activism in the world community, and what we can do to co-create a wilder, more joyous life together.
By the author of the best-selling Radical Honesty, Brad Blanton, Ph.D.
Grace Llewelyn (The Teenage Liberation Handbook) says this about The Truthtellers: "The visceral descriptions of anxiety and other painful feelings that come in the process of telling the truth are a key strength of this wonderful book. People worry that Radical Honesty is too messy, too hurtful. Well, if you're doing it right, it is messy. And it does often hurt. But, as these stories here show beautifully, if you're willing to go through the mess and the hurt, the rewards are unbelievably, unpredictably rich. The kind of love that is possible after somebody tells the truth (in the way Brad and his colleagues define telling the truth), is a whole different animal - fresher, looser, deeper, sweeter, wilder, stronger - than what usually passes for love. I know because I have my own parallel stories to the ones here."
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Stories of liberation paired with such a grounded perspective on how the world works and how we actually have a chance altering its ways. Together. I love Brad Blanton's stuff.