Whether you work in a fast-paced environment like a hospital or school, or the slower-paced environment of an office or library, there will be times when you feel overwhelmed as a highly sensitive person. Coping with overstimulating work environments for sensitives is tricky, to say the least, but it can be done.... Read More
HSP self-care is vital to take care of yourself as a highly sensitive.
Struggling with sensory overload in the hustle and bustle of everyday life can be a challenge, but the book, "Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight," offers a ray of hope for sensitive people who struggle with HSP overstimulation.... Read More
If you consider yourself highly sensitive and are on a journey toward self-discovery, then you might find a valuable companion in "Find Your Strength: A Workbook for the Highly Sensitive Person." I recently stumbled upon this wellness workbook and found it to be a thought-provoking guide dedicated to helping individuals like you embrace their sensitivity.... Read More
Do you find yourself distracted by simple annoyances when you're out and about? In this article, I share my top four easy HSP self-care options to always be prepared. A few tips that didn't make the top four (but can be equally important): Sensitive to sunlight? Always keep your sunglasses close. Frustrated by loud music in stores? Always keep your Loop earplugs close at hand. What additional self-care options would you add to the list?... Read More
Many highly sensitive people (HSPs) are caught between their natural creativity and their painful anxiety about sharing their creations with the world. One of my specialties is helping HSPs untangle the knots of performance anxiety. Here’s what you need to know about HSPs and performance anxiety to start to set yourself free.... Read More
Recognizing anxiety and depression signs in sensitive people is crucial--whether you are sensitive or someone you love is a highly sensitive person. The signs of anxiety and depression often sound like deceptive narratives that subtly infiltrate your thoughts, leading you to believe that "this is life" with little hope for change. Looking closely at the signs of anxiety and depression can help you take steps toward healing. ... Read More