Sensitive people want calm, happy lives. Is ‘adaptive stress’ the secret to getting there?
Do you have a hard time ignoring noises? Do sounds that seem small to others seem “big” to you? You’re not alone. Here’s what to do.
Saying, “I’m sorry” is about much more than the words — it’s about the empathy, actions, and intent behind the words, too.
Due to all the overstimulation HSPs experience, work and productivity can come as challenges — but certain habits can set you up for success.
If you get the heebie-jeebies when someone’s in your space bubble, you might be a highly sensitive person.
With both my queer and HSP identities, over the years, pride replaced shame — and, by now, the shame is entirely gone. Joy has replaced it.
Empathy, not technical skill, is the key to doing groundbreaking creative work. HSPs, your natural talents are needed.
Highly sensitive people are very intuitive, which comes in handy when dating — be sure to listen to that inner voice.
The goal is to be mindful so that when you have the option to choose or modify your environment, you’ll be equipped to make the changes that best serve you.