If it feels like your highly sensitive brain never “shuts off” and stops thinking deeply, you’re right — it doesn’t!
The higher your IQ, the more likely you are to fit the characteristics of a highly sensitive person.
Elaine Aron’s SPS is just one of four theories researchers are pursuing — and all four may be pieces of the same puzzle. What can HSPs learn from them?
Are you a super feeler, a super sensor, or an ‘aesthete’?
Has personality science identified highly sensitive people’s biggest weak spot — or is “neuroticism” actually a good thing?
There are 3 different ways that HSPs absorb people’s emotions. Here how to control it, and feel your own feelings instead.
Are highly sensitive people wired to springboard past others and achieve their goals? Here’s the science — and how to activate the Boost Effect yourself.
If you’re a highly sensitive person and you’re feeling overwhelmed, nature might be your most effective tool.
Most sensitive people are “orchids.” Can embracing it help you thrive?
Gifted kid syndrome can have serious, lasting consequences — and it may actually be rooted in sensitivity.
Some negative thought patterns can distort your sense of reality and cause anxiety. So how do you tell your brain to stop selling yourself short?
When you push your emotions away, they often take up residence as physical pain and other symptoms. Here’s how to tell — and what to do about it.