Veronica Kaulinis | The Four Agreements of Vulnerability
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If connection is what you look for, you'll find a lot to take away from this insightful conversation with Veronica Kaulinis, founder of Vulnerable AF. We discuss the meaning of vulnerability and how opening up to others is what creates connection and enables meaningful relationships.


Veronica Kaulinis hosts Vulnerable AF, an international workshop dedicated to encouraging vulnerability and connection. | https://VeronicaKaulinis.com


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