Your attachment style helps determine how healthy (and happy) your relationships are — and there’s a lot you can do to change it.
HSPs may get worse sleep quality and be at higher risk of insomnia. Is there a way to change that?
HSPs and autism overlap, but brain science reveals a world of difference between them.
One high conflict person can ruin a sensitive person’s life. Here’s how to get rid of them.
For HSPs, a breakup can feel like riding a vicious wave where the nervous system cannot “right” itself. Here’s how to not drown.
Highly sensitive people are wired to soak up emotions. Here’s what to do when it goes wrong.
Many HSPs have been trained to “deal” with their pain by grinning and bearing it – but does this mean they have poor pain tolerance?
For highly sensitive people, the world is already overstimulating. So when trauma occurs, it compounds an HSP’s nervous system even more so.
As an HSP, it can be difficult to turn off the desire to help — but here’s why doing so will help you thrive at your job, not just survive.