Both introverts and sensitive people are creative and introspective, but only one of them craves solitude.
“Flow” is the deeply positive experience of being fully immersed in an activity — and it makes mental clutter and worry vanish. Can it help calm the overstimulated HSP mind?
You’re not watching the same movie I’m watching.
HSPs tend to have high emotional intelligence. So why do we struggle to find real human connection?
To HSPs, job satisfaction is often about doing meaningful work. But due to their extremely high levels of empathy, this work can also burn them out.
Four simple letters can bring you back to the present and stop overstimulation.
Due to their wiring, highly sensitive people observe more, think more, and move slower — which is a good thing.
Sometimes it’s hard to see the good in being sensitive because people often think of it as a bad thing.
If it feels like your highly sensitive brain never “shuts off” and stops thinking deeply, you’re right — it doesn’t!
Does change leave you feeling shaken up and anxious? Here’s why — and what you can do to change it.
Could your most sensitive side be the key to building a happier life?
The Danish concept of hygge is the best self-care regimen I’ve ever given myself as an HSP.