Not all friendships are good for you as an HSP, but it can be hard to spot the difference early on. Here’s how.
Highly sensitive people crave authenticity in every area of their lives, especially when it comes to their friendships.
HSPs can be prone to attracting narcissists and finding themselves in unhealthy friendships — but here’s how to change that.
Your HSP best friend will listen to everything you say — but they’re also excellent at reading body language and hearing everything you don’t say.
Healthy HSP friendships deeply support each other, using listening as a two-way street.
It’s time to reach out to your HSP friends and get ready to go deep.
For sensitive people, the types of connections we make can either feed us or drain us.
The typical advice doesn’t work for HSPs, so here’s what I did instead.
Highly sensitive people crave meaningful friendships because they help replenish our energy.
As a highly sensitive person, I get overstimulated easily, due to deep processing. It means I sometimes can’t handle the noise or crowds at bars or parties.