Although traveling can cause more overstimulation for HSPs, there are countless ways our sensitive nature becomes our biggest asset.
As an HSP, you may not be able to fly an invisible ship like Wonder Woman, but you have your own brand of superpowers.
Being a young HSP isn’t easy — are all your “big emotions” due to your age… or being a highly sensitive person? Here’s how to tell.
HSPs cannot just “turn it off” — our sensitivity is akin to being caught in a tidal wave that is too strong for us to swim away from.
For me, it’s kind of fun to look back at something I used to do and say, “Aha! There was my high sensitivity rearing its head again.”
Warning: Never say these things to a highly sensitive person under any circumstances — no “if”s, “and”s, or “but”s about it.
When you’re emotionally flooded, you have the choice to sink or swim.
Some may think sensitivity is a weakness, but I believe being highly sensitive is a gift — and it’s definitely the kind that keeps on giving.
Highly sensitive people notice even the subtlest details — which can make “normal” things feel like way too much.
Highly sensitive people are wired differently — and “little” things can cause us BIG stress.
Play is essential to eliminating overstimulation and grounding your emotions.
One amazing thing about highly sensitive people is the way their awareness of subtleties makes them human barometers with built-in alarm systems.