Monthly Archives: March 2014

#Highly Sensitive People: Is guilt good or bad?

Is guilt good or bad? It depends. How is it being used? Is it used to motivate you to do something good? Is guilt used to manipulate you to do something good for someone else? This is a very complex … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Can perfectionism help or hurt you?

Can perfectionism help or hurt you? Let’s explore this by looking at the definitions, advantages and disadvantages of this very complex word. Perfectionist word definitions include: flawless, faultless, extreme, obsessive, supreme, excellence, ideal standard, extremely high standards, and doing something … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you appreciate yourself?

Do you appreciate yourself? Here’s a poem on my feelings about this question. Self-Appreciation for Highly Sensitive People Who are you? Where do you fit in this world? We come in different colors, shapes, sizes, abilities, and aptitudes. Some of … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you frustrated?

Are you frustrated? I get extremely frustrated when I’m not maximizing my talents and abilities or when I’m not working at peak efficiency. In a similar vein, I get upset when others aren’t giving their best effort. I bristle when … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: What are some benefits of lifelong learning?

What are some benefits of lifelong learning? The pursuit of knowledge through lifelong learning, whether it’s learning to play the guitar, speak a foreign language, or prepare a gourmet meal, has wonderful benefits for everyone. When I want to do … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you have any demanding people in your life?

Do you have any demanding people in your life? I know that this is a ridiculous question for me to ask. Everyone does! They come disguised in many forms. It could be a relative, friend, boss, co-worker, customers, or someone … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: To change or not to change?

To Change Or Not to Change? Change is one of the few things in life that is absolutely guaranteed, yet most people are unprepared or unwilling to cope with it. Change is a difficult process because it involves letting go … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you lonely?

Are You Lonely? Highly sensitive people are not more prone to loneliness than anyone else. Everyone has some degree of loneliness, and it can manifest in many different ways. Although highly sensitive people often have social anxiety and may socialize … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you need an attitude adjustment?

Do you need an attitude adjustment? The answer to this question lies in whether your attitude helps or hurts you. Is your life filled with excitement and possibilities or negativity and gloom? It’s important to realize that we can control … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you smart enough to realize when you need help?

Are you smart enough to realize when you need help? It’s very easy to get caught up in our problems and become paralyzed with fear, self-doubt, and other destructive feelings that make us feel terrible. This state of mind seems … Continue reading

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