‘Climate grief’ is loss and anxiety you may feel about the climate and how it’s changing. And since HSPs feel everything more deeply, ‘climate grief’ may be more common than you think.
“As a highly sensitive person who wanted her family to be happy, I used to constantly search for ways to please them. But living in a van is something that I wanted for myself.”
You have a highly tuned nervous system that can pick up on subtleties (i.e., danger) that others may miss.
A nomad lifestyle may offer the healing you need.
I’m both an HSP and a full-time traveler. Here’s how I make my journeys into a source of peace and calm.
We can’t control how other people react to us, but we can rewrite the conversation — and finally get heard.
One day, with my fingers stuck in my ears at a nightclub, I found help in an unlikely place.