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”

HSP Field Notes on Loaning Books to Friends

First of all, why would you be loaning books to friends? Well, as a highly sensitive person, you consider your books some of your closest friends. Your living and breathing friends are also your friends. (Therein lies the problem.) You love a good book and the thrill of emotion that stories can provide. Books haveContinue reading “HSP Field Notes on Loaning Books to Friends”

10 Signs You’re a Highly Sensitive Person

You might have heard the term “highly sensitive person” recently. Perhaps you even took the online test to find out if you are a highly sensitive person (HSP). But even if you found a few things in common with the highly sensitive person test, you’re still not quite sure if you are one. In thisContinue reading “10 Signs You’re a Highly Sensitive Person”