It’s not your responsibility to carry other people’s emotional distress, and equally important, it helps absolutely no one.
I wanted to see what happens when you give highly sensitive people their own peaceful space. The results were eye-opening.
While HSPs are more prone to experience anxiety in autumn, they’re also most poised to benefit from simple practices that restore balance.
You’ve been told that leaders must be bold, aggressive, and quick-thinking. It’s a lie — sensitive leaders are strong leaders, and we need HSPs at the top.
We need to encourage highly sensitive children to love their sensitivity from a young age. Here’s what they need to hear from the adults in their lives.