The highly sensitive soul craves quiet and simplicity. These four ideas will help you declutter your home and simplify your life.
Not only do I not fit the typical “male” stereotype, but it’s harder to talk about the overstimulation I face.
For highly sensitive people, moving to a new home can be extremely unsettling. Here’s why, plus five tips to make your next move easier.
Only 15 to 20 percent of the population are highly sensitive people. As a result, high sensitivity is often mistaken for something else entirely.
Only 15-20 percent of the population has the genes that make them highly sensitive, so our trait is often very misunderstood.
If you’re highly sensitive and you’ve had a bad therapy experience, you need to know: This isn’t normal.
For highly sensitive people, criticism isn’t something they can just “shrug off.” Here’s why, plus tips from a therapist to take criticsm less personally.
Sadly, many highly sensitive people feel like something’s wrong with them. They’ve been told they’re “too needy” or “too emotional.”
Sensitivity is wrongly depicted as an undesirable trait. Here are eight overlooked benefits to being a highly sensitive person.
Change is hard for highly sensitive people — and becoming a mother is likely the biggest change you’ll ever experience. That’s why self-care is so critical.
Many highly sensitive people struggle with people-pleasing. But we simply cannot be in charge of everyone else’s emotions.
With only 20 percent of the population being highly sensitive, most people don’t “get” it. These five truths explain what high sensitivity really is.