Highly sensitive people are easy to love and easy to live with—as long as you understand our unique needs.
Relationship anxiety can make you think there is something “wrong” with your relationship — but it’s really a coping mechanism trying to protect you.
Highly sensitive people are very intuitive, which comes in handy when dating — be sure to listen to that inner voice.
Dating can be tricky for a highly sensitive person, but by using our HSP gifts — like our intuition — it can be enjoyable more than overwhelming.
HSPs want their partners to understand that getting alone time — separately — makes time together even better.
One clear sign you’re in a healthy relationship as a highly sensitive person is you don’t feel you have to hide your sensitivity.
As an HSP, I’ve discovered some key strategies that serve as “relationship fertilizer” — they help strengthen and fortify my marriage.
Don’t blame yourself for getting charmed by them — it’s happened to the best of us.
When sensitive and not-sensitive get married, there’s gonna be a learning curve.
Turns out, marrying an HSP is amazing — if you wholeheartedly embrace their sensitivity.
Flirting advice is often about being shallow, aggressive and physical, which may not work for HSPs. Here’s how to flirt if you’re looking for something deeper.
Although being sensitive can make arguing more difficult, it doesn’t have to be a horrible experience.