HSPs thrive in relationships where they feel seen, heard, and valued. And if we want alone time to recharge, our partner knows not to take it personally.
Although they may seem minor to other people, these “little” things can be BIG things for highly sensitive people.
Moving can be overwhelming for anyone. Yet with a few tools in place — like taking breaks to recharge — you can survive a move as an HSP.
You can help sensitive kids thrive by encouraging them to use their HSP qualities as guiding forces — vs. roadblocks — to their success.
Teachers who are patient, kind, and enthusiastic about helping a student learn are vital to a sensitive student’s success.
As an HSP, I’ve discovered some key strategies that serve as “relationship fertilizer” — they help strengthen and fortify my marriage.
HSPs often pay less attention to the words that are spoken — instead, they pay more attention to what is unspoken.
Phonophobia turns up the volume — both internally and externally — in HSPs’ heads.
From gratitude journals to Morning Pages, there’s a type of journaling ideal for every HSP.
Yes, it’s perfectly normal if you see me stress baking or tearing up at the slightest thing (like a sweet text from my daughter).
If your HSP mind is overstimulated when you’re awake, it may stay that way while you sleep — and result in the terrifying feeling known as sleep paralysis.
“Mommy, why do you get so nervous when Daddy gets pulled over by the police?”