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The Roots of Vulnerability & Helpful Gardening Tools

Feeling vulnerable is a common 'weed' that most gardeners experience at some point in their lives and can happen at all ages. It's rooted in feelings of uncertainty and feeling defenseless, which can be uncomfortable and frightening.


Here are some ways 'gardeners' may act when feeling vulnerable:

-Helpless

-Frustrated

-Self-Conscious

-Guilty

-Scared

-Resentful


Feeling vulnerable can be a difficult 'weed' to navigate, but there are lots of helpful 'Gardening Tools' to help manage those feeling and help you 'Pull Your Weeds'!


Here are some 'Gardening Tools' to try to help with feelings of vulnerability:

-Journaling

-Learn a new skill

-Seek support from loved ones

-Gratitude exercises

-Exercise &physical activities

-Practice self-care


As gardeners, feeling vulnerable is a natural part of the human experience, and can pass with time. Be gentle with yourself gardeners and use your 'gardening tools' to help nurture and care for your emotional well-being.

Feeling vulnerable can be a difficult experience to navigate, but there are lots of helpful 'Gardening Tools' to help manage those feeling and help you 'Pull Your Weeds'!


As gardeners, feeling vulnerable is a natural part of the human experience, and can pass with time. Be gentle with yourself gardeners and use your 'gardening tools' to help nurture and care  for your emotional well-being.

Pull Your Weeds Blog Features: The Roots of Vulnerability & Helpful Gardening Tools


You Are a Gardener® goes beyond the pages of a book,it is an entire movement dedicated to empowering children. Join our community and embrace the power of turning challenges into opportunities for growth. Through our inspiring #PullYourWeeds® initiative, we encourage children and adults alike to identify their emotional obstacles and transform them into seeds of resilience, strength, and personal development.

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