HSPs tend to do more mental work than others do. Turns out that’s a key cause of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
Sensitive people have their own unique EI strengths — and a unique pitfall.
If your feelings seem bigger, deeper, and more intense than those of other people, it’s because they are — you may be a highly sensitive person.
There’s a good reason all highly sensitive people need alone time, and it has to do with how their brains are wired.
No, we can’t just “get over it.”
Both highly sensitive people and individuals with autism know what it’s like to have the world “turned up too loud.” But science says there’s a world of difference.
Are highly sensitive people more likely than others to have synesthesia, a condition that involves the “crossing” of the sense? Here’s the science.