Has personality science identified highly sensitive people’s biggest weak spot — or is “neuroticism” actually a good thing?
When you nourish your HSP body, mind, and soul, you finally start to feel whole again — and stop living on the edge of overload.
Sensitive people put a lot of resources into imagining — and planning — the future. What do you do if none of it works out?
Most sensitive people are “orchids.” Can embracing it help you thrive?
Being open, emotional, and vulnerable does not mean you’re fragile. It means you are brave.
Some negative thought patterns can distort your sense of reality and cause anxiety. So how do you tell your brain to stop selling yourself short?
HSP parenting challenges aren’t due to weakness, but due to having more to process while doing the same tasks others can float through.
Are you deeply moved by art, music, and beauty? You might be an ‘aesthetic’ HSP — and the more you nourish it, the better. Here’s why.
Little-known fact: You can’t feel overstimulated and playful at the same time.
When you’re a highly sensitive person, New Year’s resolutions like “Make more money” aren’t going to cut it. But here are ones that will.
Are highly sensitive people actually “better” at becoming happy? A recent study says yes — here’s how.
Most HSPs have been told they’re “too in their heads.” Here’s how to use that to your advantage.