“You are a manipulator. I like to think of myself more as an outcome engineer.” ― J.R. Ward, Lover Eternal
Setting healthy personal boundaries is important for self-preservation. Sometimes we neglect ourselves for the sake of others, which is not always healthy. Read on to re-establish your boundaries
Whether you've just discovered that you're highly sensitive or you've known for a while, this survival guide, written by a highly sensitive person, explores in depth what it is to be highly sensitive.
Fear is a natural human condition. This is an exploration of this opposite of love, ease and comfort. A guide to freeing the potential energy bound in our fears. Self reflection brings self-knowledge.
My sister passed away on December 29, 2013. For me, she had died long before that. These blogs deal with Mental Health and BiPolar Disorder, Substance Abuse, and dealing with living with yourself.
The sudden death and funeral of a young man who bullied me in high school shook my perception of him – and myself.
It's hard being sensitive. It's especially difficult when the world you live in neither understands nor cares to understand you. That's why I've put together this list. It highlights the struggle.
Some of us have habits that tend to create a cycle of self defeat. and I would like to present some processes of awareness that may be beneficial in creating more positive outcomes.
The question of rule as opposed to desire seems to be pretty alien to our cultural paradigm, since we somehow need so many rules where heart should be enough.
Although highly sensitive people may have characteristics in common, misunderstandings arise when HSPs assume their peers will be just like them. This explores some of the differences among HSPs.