There are 3 different ways that HSPs absorb people’s emotions. Here how to control it, and feel your own feelings instead.
Sensitive people are no more fearful than anyone else, but we respond to fear differently — and strongly. Here’s how to overcome it.
Is there really a greater purpose hidden in your worst moments?
Is it easier for you to write something than talk it out? This might be why.
They hurt you. They’re not sorry. But what if your anger is harming you even more than they did?
Because HSPs are people-pleasers, it’s easy to “blame” yourself for being “too sensitive.” But it’s time for that narrative to change — now.
I’m a highly sensitive person, I’m proud of it, and I’m not going to “toughen up.”
A lot of people don’t “get” our sensitivity, which makes it look like we’re the problem — which couldn’t be further from the truth.
If you’re a highly sensitive person in a collectivist culture, how can you find the right balance between community and autonomy?
It’s likely that when you compare suffering, you take someone’s inferred pain into consideration rather than their actual pain.