Monthly Archives: April 2014

#Highly Sensitive People: Do you get enough sleep?

Do you get enough sleep? Proper Sleep is an important part of self-care. Sleep guards us against heart disease, increased risk of illness, poor work performance, mood problems like depression, anger and irritability, and risk of unhealthy weight gain and … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Shouldn’t life be easier?

Shouldn’t life be easier? I’ve ask myself this questions many times. Just when I think that I have myself together and things are going well, something seems to upset my little life apple cart! Wouldn’t you think that as you … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are acts of kindness important?

Are acts kindness important? I recently read a heartwarming article that answers this question. A chance encounter on an airplane from Florida made an impact on the lives of a Canadian mom and a New Jersey executive. The story of … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you regret things that you said in anger?

Do you regret things that you said in anger? I regret some things that I said to my late father, Matthew. I worked in his business for nine years when I was in my twenties. We were at odds with … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you purposely avoid awkward experiences?

Do you purposely avoid awkward experiences? I do! I read an interesting article by Dr. Alice Boyes about this topic. The article is as follows: Sometimes when people use avoiding coping it’s for the purposes of avoiding heavy-duty emotions, however … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you need a different perspective on being highly sensitive?

Do you need a different perspective on being highly sensitive? Here are some quotes to help you: “There are certain children who are told they are too sensitive, and there are certain adults who believe sensitivity is a problem that … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Is hardship bad for us?

Is hardship bad for us? Not necessarily. It’s impossible to have a life without hardship. The quality of our lives depends on how we handle hardship. Here are some quotes to give you a different perspective about hardship: “Life is … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you blush?

Do you blush? I do! Very easily I may add. Any number of emotions and physical reactions can set it off. It’s embarrassing sometimes, but I’ve learned to live with it. It’s a learned response. My blushing can come at … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you hate selling?

Do you hate selling? At first thought…Who likes to be “sold”? On further thought…We are all selling something, aren’t we? Selling is a form of communication that we highly sensitive people need to learn. We also need to listen to … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you living up to your potential?

Are you living up to your potential? By that I mean, are you content to give just enough effort to coast by in life? I’m not immune from this malady. I have to catch myself when I lack the effort … Continue reading

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