Instead of saying I don't like to feel vulnerable, are the following acceptable too?

  • I don't like the feeling of vulnerabilities.
  • The feeling of vulnerabilities crippled me.

You should say "the feeling of vulnerability", because vulnerability is an uncountable noun. See Results found on Google Book

  • Vulnerability definitely can be a countable noun. I don't let my vulnerabilities get the better of me. She only has two vulnerabilities. You need to change or expand your answer to explain why it's singular in this case. – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Jun 28 at 17:17

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