Do you long for a life that is more peaceful, more authentic, more “you”? It may be more realistic than you think.
For an HSP’s powerful, deep-processing mind, understimulation can start to feel a lot like burnout.
There are some overlapping similarities between being a highly sensitive person and having anxiety. But here’s how to tell the difference.
For HSPs, racing emotions and overthinking can interfere with your sleep. Here’s how experts say you can change that.
Highly sensitive people may experience information overload more than others. Here’s what you can do about it.
There’s no “one-size-fits-all” solution to anxiety and depression. Instead, here’s what actually works, according to experts.
Since HSPs are very affected by stimuli, like the scent of a freshly painted wall, chemical sensitivity can feel all the more intense.
If you often feel completely drained, you may have “energy leaks.” The sooner you identify them, the sooner you can fix the leaks.
Highly sensitive people may respond to stress in a very different way than other people — physically as well as mentally.
I lived 50 years of my life believing that my sensitivity was a “weakness,” something to be mastered and beaten into submission. I was wrong.
Your attachment style helps determine how healthy (and happy) your relationships are — and there’s a lot you can do to change it.
Why do HSPs struggle to find happy, meaningful relationships?