Highly Sensitive Children and Sibling Relationships

By HSP Scholar It is virtually impossible to determine the full effect of sibling relationships on children. You will find much research and data on parent-child relationships, but far less research has been done on sibling relationships and outcomes on children. One study on sibling relations states, “In comparison to the wealth of studies onContinue reading “Highly Sensitive Children and Sibling Relationships”

40-Day Journal – Day 4

By HSP Scholar When I was growing up, I remember being taught that faith is the opposite of fear and if you have enough faith then you cannot be a captive to fear. I spent much of my childhood teen years and even early adulthood captive to fear and anxiety, and often assumed it wasContinue reading “40-Day Journal – Day 4”

The Problem with COVID, The Problem with Us

By The HSP Scholar We are far more concerned about the coronavirus than we should be. We are far less concerned about the coronavirus than we should be. Yes, both statements are true and both at the same time. As a society, we have grown so accustomed to politicizing issues like the coronavirus that almostContinue reading “The Problem with COVID, The Problem with Us”

HSPs in Literature – J Alfred Prufrock

By HSP Scholar Let us go then, you and I … The famous opening line of what is possibly T.S. Elliot’s most well-known poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” The speaker of the poem, J. Alfred Prufrock, can be nothing but a highly sensitive person. He remarks on his keen observations, things thatContinue reading “HSPs in Literature – J Alfred Prufrock”