What are you afraid of? I’m afraid of many things. They include filling out forms, taking tests, looking foolish, being in social situations where I don’t know anyone, having a helpless feeling where I feel that I’m not in control, and many other ones that are too numerous to mention.
Can you relate to any of my fears? I’m sure you can. Fear is a common emotion that’s not limited to highly sensitive people. Everyone has their share of things that cause them high anxiety. Continue reading “What Are You Afraid Of?”
Do you have positive or negative expectations? This includes having expectations about yourself, other people, business and personal events, and life in general.
Your attitude determines the positive or negative results that you get. The amount of happiness you have is determined by your ability to expect the best in every situation. Continue reading “What Do You Expect?”
I mentioned in a previous post about my childhood feelings about school and a difficult grammar school teacher that embarrassed me. This had a profound negative influence on me. This is an example of “personal baggage” that we all have to carry around.
There comes a point in everyone’s life when we have to let go of this burden or keep carrying it around. What good does it do to keep alive a bad experience or harbor resentment against someone who has wronged us? Continue reading “Can You Forgive And Forget?”
It’s bad enough when other people criticize us, but what is the worst kind of criticism that has the most long lasting impact on us?
Pascal Woudenberg made an interesting point on The Highly Sensitive Person Publishing Company Facebook page. He said… “There is one thing I have noticed about myself, the less I judge myself, the less I can be judged. Which makes me think that others can’t make us feel judged, it is us who judge our selves.” Continue reading “What’s The Worst Criticism Of All?”