As HSPs, second-guessing ourselves is second-nature. For any given decision, we can foresee the upside. The downside. The sideways side. The diagonal horizontagonal side. (You didn’t even know that was a side, did you?)
Did I really NEED someone to come over? I felt sad and lonely, but I had everything I needed… right?
Do you ever feel like you’re hiding the deepest, truest parts of you – in fear of someone not being able to handle it?
We find people fascinating and truly enjoy knowing someone well… But at the end of the day we also have a deep desire to BE understood.
I can’t stand being cold. I can’t fall asleep if my feet or nose is cold, no matter how tired I am.
I don’t always like how my mind and body react to the over-stimulation that comes with life changes, BUT…
I am sorry for your loss, Kathie Lee. You lost the comfort of knowing your friend was a safe person…
Ever since I can remember, shopping malls have been an energy-draining, life-sucking black hole that I dread entering.
Appreciation for the fine arts is an area of my high sensitivity that I value and love to share with my son.
If I’m feeling a bit fatigued or a headache is coming on, I instinctively gravitate toward my Magic Bullet…
You probably notice all sorts of little things that other people miss. But have you ever missed the forest for the trees?
I want my son to know that it’s okay to be sad. Although I am highly empathic, I’ve realized lately what a poor job I’ve done of sharing my true feelings with him in the past.
I use quite a few essential oils, but there’s one that is EXCEPTIONALLY helpful for three common HSP problems: anxious thoughts, overarousal of my mind, and turning off my brain at night.
What we know is that high sensitivity is a trait, most likely genetic, and it involves the nervous system.
How many of you guys said “me too” in response to Alyssa Milano’s viral tweet about being sexually harassed or assaulted?
Music is important to a vast majority of people, not just highly sensitive people. But I wonder… do you feel it like I feel it?
Before we talk about jobs, let’s talk about our “special needs.”