Highly Sensitive People: Would You Like More Information On Coping With Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?

I was surprised by the amount of responses that I got from highly sensitive people and introverts who suffer from (SAD) seasonal affective disorder. I got many comments about light therapy. I decided to do some research on this topic. (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People: How Can You Improve In 2020?

As we head into the new year, it’s a time of renewal and re-evaluation. What does self-improvement mean to you? This term may mean different things to different people. Self-awareness comes before self-improvement. How can you improve if you’re not aware of who you are and what you want and need?

The purpose of this blog and my other information is to help you understand yourself and your highly sensitive nature, so that you can use your high sensitivity to your advantage. (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People: Do You Try To Be Something You’re Not?

Do you try to be something you’re not? If so, it’ll NEVER work! How can you go against nature? Wouldn’t it be easier to work with the natural order of your being?

You may be surprised at how many people lack the ability to accept themselves for who they are. Many people are able to put on a front so they appear self-confident when they really aren’t.  (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People: What’s The Matter With Being Different?

As a highly sensitive person, I always felt self-conscious for being different. What’s the matter with being different? Aren’t we all different? Why do people sometimes feel the need to be “normal” and fit in with society? I felt different when I was a child.  I was self-conscious about my appearance and didn’t feel like I fit in with others. Since I was tall for my age, children frequently teased me about my height. I felt awkward, wasn’t popular, and only had a few friends. (more…)

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