I was going through some papers and came across a letter that was dated April 1995 from Mr.Rogers to my daughter Stephanie. The letter is as follows:
It meant a great deal to me that you wanted to write to me as a part of your class project. I’m glad to know that our Neighborhood was a part of your growing up and that you continue to have such warm feelings about our program. Continue reading “A letter from Mr. Rogers to my daughter”
Here are some highly sensitive thoughts to think about:
(1) It’s because we are different that each of us is special.
(2) It’s by taking chances that we learn how to be brave.
(3) Don’t give up when you still have something to give.
(4) By living your life one day at a time, you live all the days of your life.
(5) Don’t dismiss your dreams. Continue reading “Some Highly Sensitive Thoughts to Think About”
What are the biggest obstacles for highly sensitive people for achievement? The biggest obstacles for me are fear and pessimism. Since these roadblocks originate in the mind, it’s important to examine your recurring thought patterns.
Are your thoughts usually positive, or do they tend to be negative? Do you focus on the worst that can happen? Does change frighten you? Are you open to new ways of thinking and doing things? These are important questions to answer. Unless we examine our thoughts, we can easily get trapped in old, familiar patterns that don’t serve us. Continue reading “What are the biggest obstacles to achievement?”
Want to stop indecision? This can definitely be a challenge for us highly sensitive people. Here are some thoughts about this very sensitive topic.
Stop the Indecision: How to Eliminate Bad Habits that Cloud Your Thinking By Luda Kopeikina
You know how you feel when you have a “light bulb” moment—when suddenly the solution to a problem becomes crystal clear. What if those were regular occurrences instead of elusive moments? Continue reading “Want to stop indecision?”