Highly Sensitive People: Are You A Square Peg In A Round Hole?

Did my question arouse your curiosity? I get so many questions from highly sensitive people about right livelihood. It seems the majority of people feel like a square peg in a round hole. Their choice of career doesn’t fit their personalities and interests.

Can you relate to this? Are you in a career that is not fulfilling? Are you in a career that just fills the need to make money? If so, you’re not alone. Highly sensitive or not, it’s important to be in your right environment, one that makes the best use of your talents and interests. (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People: What Have You Been Putting Off?

In this difficult time and good times too, there are some things that we put off. Last week, I was talking to a good friend and fellow highly sensitive person, Amy Barbato. She provided a guest post for her mother’s recipe on comfort food.  https://www.thehighlysensitiveperson.com/highly-sensitive-people-can-you-use-some-comfort/ (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People: Do You Accept Yourself As You Are?

I participate in many online forums that deal with the subject of highly sensitivity, introversion, social anxiety, shyness, and emphatic qualities. I do so because I have these qualities and I want to learn as much as I can about myself. The more I learn, the better I can accept myself and work with my strengths and weaknesses. When you accept yourself, you’re more likely to accomplish more in your life.  The reason for this is because self-acceptance can be seen as a foundation. After you accept yourself, you can continue to build from there and add-on: confidence, tranquility, enthusiasm, drive and happiness.  (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People: Do You Need More Tips For Coping With Difficult Times?

Most of highly sensitive people can agree that positive thinking is important. It tends to make us feel better, be more productive, and reduces stress. The problem is, our lives aren’t always rosy. Crises happen – be it on a personal level or something more widespread. That reality is a part of everyone’s life, and it makes keeping your spirits up difficult. (more…)

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