By HSP Mama So, it’s Mother’s Day 2020. By the looks of it, a lot of moms are celebrating by
Nine Types of Rest:
1. Taking time away
2. Choosing to not be “helpful”
3. Doing something “unproductive”
4. Connecting to art/nature
5. Embracing solitude to recharge
6. Taking a break from responsibility
7. Using stillness to decompress
8. Going to your safe space
9. Having alone time at home
In her groundbreaking book, The Highly Sensitive Person, Elaine Aron writes about the acronym DOES. The first letter, “D”, stands
Let us go then, you and I … The famous opening line of what is possibly T.S. Elliot’s most well-known
Like any other person, a highly sensitive person needs to find a career where they feel comfortable and fulfilled.
Unlike any other person, however, an HSP faces certain challenges that make some jobs less-than-ideal.
Here’s our list of the five worst jobs for a highly sensitive person.
Looks to me like both of these Baby Blues comic characters have highly sensitive tendencies. 🙂
As a highly sensitive person, you don’t want to take everything personally, but you do. Everything includes driving, or more