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?
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/
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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, […]
While travelling to Brighton recently I finally managed to put pen to paper – literally – and write some of my thoughts on “creating change” down. It is a theme that preoccupies my mind quite a lot and I probably have many more thoughts than what I managed to put into this article. Creating […]
Highly sensitive people understand complex situations. Their sensitivity reveals many important less obvious nuances which makes them especially valuable. via HSP Health see more here: Why We Need Highly Sensitive People Now. “Highly sensitive people can become overwhelmed by the information they take in from our overstimulated and highly complex culture. And for many it […]
Sensory overload is a very real and distressing experience and I think we need to acknowledge it when it happens to ourselves and others. My default response when it happens is to get annoyed and try to push through it. It has taken me a long time to unlearn this – still working on it. […]