Highly sensitive people have their own unique mental health challenges. What if your tools to overcome them were just as unique?
Does change leave you feeling shaken up and anxious? Here’s why — and what you can do to change it.
There’s a specific set of tools HSPs can use to handle angry and difficult people — without feeling emotionally shattered.
Highly sensitive people crave authenticity in every area of their lives, especially when it comes to their friendships.
For highly sensitive people, ideas are interconnected and holistic. So what do we do if the rest of the world doesn’t see it that way?
The more you try to “fit in” and hide your HSP needs, the more inauthentic you’ll feel — and it’ll only do more harm than good.
“Coherent breathing” slows the breath to around five breaths per minute and can help you (finally) get to sleep.
For HSPs, time anxiety can mean always showing up early, constantly feeling rushed, or never *quite* relaxing. Here’s how to slow things down.
Like a rubber band, resilience is all about stretching and bouncing back from setbacks.
Light sensitivity is common among HSPs — from overhead fluorescent lights at work to sunlight coming through the bedroom window.
Since HSPs are prone to overstimulation, it’s essential that you incorporate certain habits into your life to help your sensitive soul calm down.
When you have high-functioning anxiety, it may seem like you’re an overachiever — but beneath the surface, you’re a ball of stress.