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.
Dating a highly sensitive person isn’t like dating other people. Here’s what they wish you knew.
Breakups can be challenging for anyone, but what if you’re naturally more sensitive to your soon-to-be ex’s emotions — and your own?
Highly sensitive people are more in tune with subleties around them — including when it comes to sex.
Society tends to say men shouldn’t be sensitive, yet getting into a relationship with a highly sensitive man has many benefits.
For HSPs, a breakup can feel like riding a vicious wave where the nervous system cannot “right” itself. Here’s how to not drown.
While HSPs are known for their empathy, narcissists are known for their lack of it — which makes a relationship with them impossible to sustain.
Dating can be difficult for anybody, but it comes with a different set of rules when you’re dating a highly sensitive person.
As someone who’s in a relationship with a highly sensitive person, you need to be cognizant of why they feel the way they feel.
They say “opposites attract” — and when you’re an HSP coupled up with a non-HSP, it can make for a very healthy relationship. Here’s how.
Once you see how your partner’s sensitivity is an asset to your life, not a drawback, you’ll start to see the benefits of dating an HSP.
Learn to spot these five red flags in a toxic relationship, and you can end the abuse before it even begins.