Bravery

  1. I'm SUPER tired of people denouncing bravery. There isn't only ONE way to be brave.
    So I've compiled this list of all the ways people can show bravery. Please add to the list!!
  2. A soldier risks their life for their country
    This seems like the only type of bravery conservatives know of.
  3. An LGBT person comes out to their friends and family
  4. A person stands up to a bully
  5. A person stands up for what they believe in
  6. Someone who doesn't give in to peer pressure
  7. An unsocial person has a conversation even though it makes them uncomfortable
  8. Someone intervenes an abusive fight
  9. Someone goes to the police when they are scared
  10. A person turns a loved one in because of something they did wrong
  11. Peaceful Protesting
  12. Protecting someone who no one wants to protect
  13. Being the "8th juror", when everyone is saying one thing, you stand your ground even if it's easier to just agree
  14. Starting over with a new career
    Suggested by   @justjills
  15. Moving to a new city without any contacts.
    Suggested by   @justjills
  16. Interviewing for a job you really want
    Suggested by   @sarahsolene
  17. Changing bad habits that gave you comfort but you know aren't good for you
    Suggested by   @sarahsolene
  18. Choosing a career for the passion and not for the paycheck. Or, choosing to stay home with your kids!
    Suggested by   @sarahsolene
  19. Choosing not to quit, give up or check out.
    Suggested by   @cvlop61
  20. Forgiving the rapist.
    Suggested by   @nikkilounoel
  21. Deciding that you have a right to succeed at something, when all others say: "No".
    Suggested by   @eriknmichaelssrn
  22. Risking rejection by asking some one out for a drink or coffee, etc.
    A seemingly simple endeavor that causes so much terror in so many people. It's brave and scary to take chances for love. ❤️
    Suggested by   @angela3950
  23. Admitting you have a problem.
    Suggested by   @Boogie
  24. Loving without expectation
    Suggested by   @MMeanswell
  25. Being able to let go of someone & forgive
    Suggested by   @dreadpiratemama