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Brene Brown discusses ‘Atlas of the Heart,’ her new book about emotions

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Author of five New York Times best-sellers, Brené Brown joins TODAY with Hoda & Jenna to talk about “Atlas of the Heart,” her new book about understanding our emotions. “Language actually shapes what we’re feeling,” she says as she discusses how having disappointed expectations can lead to anger. She also talks about how to gauge and handle anxiety.

Brené Brown explains the difference between 'belonging and fitting in'