Some people love living alone. However, just as many people don't love living alone, but some don't have a choice. There are advantages and disadvantages to living alone.
We seem to have some of that "You can't" already implanted into our genes; and then we got a generational renewal of it from our early educators and society. It may be the title of our life-script.
When you're a Highly Sensitive Person (or HSP), you tend to experience very strong and deep feelings. Managing those feelings constructively is an important part of a healthy life for HSPs.
You may not know it by its name, but you certainly have practiced it. CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) is way to make yourself right. It's the mind-body-spirit connection. It can work wonders and you are in control. I'll try and define CBT and tell you how it can work for you.
It's like a global trend to complicate matters first, and then to find equally complicated solutions which already carry a seed of new problems. We proudly call it "being intelligent".
It's been said that the broken bone gets strongest at the place where it heals. The same might be true for emotional wounds from betrayal, which, when healed make us emotionally stronger.
Are you highly sensitive? Then you are also a skilled social chameleon. However, you might not realize the advantages this ability gives you. I'm going to explain just how useful this ability can be.
Some people collect postal stamps, others wouldn't miss a football game, and some others develop passion for exploring limits of bettering their model of functioning. This story is about one of these last ones.
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.
The sudden death and funeral of a young man who bullied me in high school shook my perception of him – and myself.