A gorgeous post on sensitivity. “There is no problem that does not bring its gifts in his hands. So I want to break the taboo, I want us to allow sensitivity in, I want us to embrace it as a gift. There is no gift whose power doesn’t cause us to need to take care, […]
Formerly a pastor for the little parish of Djursland in Denmark, Isle Sand is now a psychotherapist and, more particularly, an author. Having written and published Highly Sensitive People in an Insensitive World, she has put into words the difficulties and… Continue reading → Source: What does it mean to be highly sensitive?
Finally holding the real thing in my hands. What an amazing journey it has been so far; from meeting Ilse Sand in 2008 because she was one of the only therapists working with highly sensitive people at the time, to reading her book the first time in 2010, then moving to England and realising how […]
6 Ways to Heal After a Hectic Day – http://wp.me/p7c4ha-2 Series: Life of highly sensitive people, part 1: Accepting solitude – http://wp.me/p6cDjO-dx Parenting as a Highly Sensitive Person –https://wordpress.com/read/post/id/68130142/2343 The week of recovery – https://mylittlepieceofquiet.wordpress.com/2016/02/19/the-week-of-recovery Short summary of HSP –https://thehighlysensitivepersonblog.wordpress.com/2016/02/16/what-is-a-highly-sensitive-person-hsp/ Interpreting People, HSP – https://slcantrell.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/interpreting-people-hsp/
Thinking about the things that tell us a storm might be coming and we need to look after ourselves a bit more. The may be red flags, alarm bells or brightly shining warning signs. But they may also be minor changes in our thought patterns or behaviour; little signs unrecognisable to any one but ourselves. […]
Hello there, I am a fellow collaborator to this wonderful blog but my presence so far has been greatly lacking. My apologies for this – I am working on my involvement and taking time for self reflection in this form (it’s just so damn exhausting isn’t it?). Recently during a period of wellness and stability, […]
I am presently doing bits of volunteering with a service user led organisation in Calderdale, West Yorkshire. They have a monthly radio show on a local radio but previous shows are available on their website covering a wide range of topics. Check it out on Healthy Minds Radio Show
A friend of mine posted this piece below on Tumblr and I found it so beautiful I had to ask her permission to share it on this blog. Thankful that she let me! A list of things that makes me thankful and happy to be alive Sunrises. Waking up with a smile on my face. […]