Here’s why highly sensitive people are prone to saying yes — even when it comes at a cost to us — and how we can set better boundaries.
Highly sensitive or not, silence is good for the brain — but highly sensitive people especially need it. Here’s why, and how to make more room for quiet.
Thanks to the highly sensitive person’s extraordinarily responsive nervous system, the barrage of polarizing news has left many of us emotionally raw.
To thrive as a highly sensitive person, I needed to start by seeing myself differently. Not as a weirdo with too many feelings, but as a valuable soul with a tender heart and depth.
Highly sensitive people process stimuli deeply, and as a result, they often need more self-care than others. Here are 20 self-care ideas for HSPs.
Travel is supposed to be magical. But if you’re a highly sensitive person, travel is often the opposite: one big source of stress and overwhelm.
One of the most distinctive features of HSPs is they often “beat themselves up” when they do something wrong.
For HSPs, change can be difficult. Even when a change is positive, it can take us longer to adapt.