All in highly sensitive person
Social Media can cause us to feel more overstimulated and overwhelmed, as Highly Sensitive People, instead of creating the relaxing escape we’re so desperately searching for. Is your social media use operating as a support or adding to your level of overstimulation?
Anyone who is Highly Sensitive may be having a different experience of daylight savings time since any type of change can be a difficult adjustment and we are more prone to getting overstimulated when fatigued.
My favorite books and gifts for Highly Sensitive kids, teens and adults to help increase self-awareness and manage overwhelm which are essential for any HSP to thrive.
Many Highly Sensitive People struggle with anxiety which can be managed with lifestyle changes such as practicing mindfulness and incorporating more downtime.
Are you worried that your teen seems more anxious or withdrawn compared to their peers? Many Highly Sensitive teens struggle with feeling overwhelmed, but can easily thrive with a few lifestyle adjustments.
Throughout our lives many of us have been told that Sensitivity is a weakness or we have been labeled as fragile, anxious, shy or too emotional as a result of feeling deeply. The truth is being Highly Sensitive is a Strength with many advantages!
Why is guilt so pervasive for Highly Sensitive People? Learn to manage guilt with self-compassion practices that transform it into self-acceptance.
Working with the Highly Sensitive Client: A Guide for Psychotherapists
Why is it Difficult for the Highly Sensitive Person to Set Boundaries? Learn to say "yes" on your own terms to reduce overwhelm and exhaustion.
On this episode of the Women In-Depth podcast, I reflect on what it means to be a highly sensitive person, common misconceptions about the trait and ways to live a more supportive lifestyle.
Does flying leave you feeling anxious and overwhelmed? The crowds, noise, cramped spaces and pressured timelines can make it feel like too much to handle. Airports are very overstimulating and chaotic in general, but even more difficult for the Highly Sensitive or Introverted traveler who is hyper-aware to their surroundings and more attuned to sensory input.
I know what you’re thinking - vacations are exhausting and often leave us needing a vacation after our vacation! Instead of needing to go on elaborate international trips or attend frequent weekend gatherings, how about taking advantage of the summer months to get more downtime and vacation on your own terms?
Have you recently discovered or suspect that you are a Highly Sensitive Person, but struggle to accept that your sensitivity is a permanent part of you?