Tag Archives: HSP Childhood

#Highly Sensitive Person Tissue Alert!

Highly Sensitive Person Tissue Alert! Highly Sensitive Person Tissue Alert! Here’s a very touching story. There is a God in the Post Office A Story of a Child’s Love for her Pet Our 14-year-old dog, Abbey, died last month. The … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you take other people’s crap?

Do you take other people’s crap? By taking other people’s crap I mean… Do you let other people say or do inappropriate things to you that you don’t deserve? I must admit that when I was a child, I didn’t … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Is learning early in life important?

Is learning early in life important? Using your brain particularly during adolescence, may help brain cells survive and could impact how the brain functions after puberty. According to a recently published study in “Frontiers in Neuroscience,” Rutgers behavioral and systems … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you have afternoon crash?

Do you have afternoon crash? I certainly do! My energy starts to get depleted between two and four in the afternoon. I recently read an article by nutritionist, Nancy Clark, RD that’s been helpful to me. I also plan my … Continue reading

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#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: 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: 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: 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 think out of the box?

Do you think out of the box? I read a very interesting article about a girl scout selling her cookies outside a non-conventional place. To me, this girl is thinking out of the box and being successful by selling 117 … Continue reading

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