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#Highly Sensitive People: What 10 positive action steps are you going to take in 2015?

What 10 positive action steps are you going to take in 2015? I’m going to list my action steps to help you start the process. Make a written list and refer to it every day. It’s important to keep up … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Does perfectionism help you?

Does perfectionism help you? It’s fine to do something to the best of your ability, but at what cost to your well-being and efficiency? Do you have to be a perfectionist to be successful? Not necessarily. How many perfectionists try … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you thankful for your high sensitivity?

Are you thankful for your high sensitivity? Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and appreciate all that we have. While it’s nice to have a holiday to remind us to be grateful, there’s no reason to focus our gratitude … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Does procrastination serve you well?

Does procrastination serve you well? Many times we procrastinate not because we’re lazy but because of the difficulty of the problem at hand. As we ponder a situation, as many of us highly sensitive people do, we can weed out … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you an energy conservationist?

Are you an energy conservationist? By that, I mean, do you know your energy drains that deplete your energy? If not, how can you conserve your energy? Here are some examples of energy drains and what you can do about … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you know the advantages of being an optimist?

Do you know the advantages of being an optimist? It’s a scientifically proven fact that those who see the world in a “glass half full” kind of way live longer and experience less stress. Doctors claim that a big majority … Continue reading

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#Highly Sensitive People: Are you a chronic procrastinator?

Are you a chronic procrastinator? Chronic procrastination is a real problem that needs to be addressed. Procrastination has caused people to lose jobs, personal possessions, and even their spouse. It manifests itself in low self-esteem, shame, under achievement, and life … 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: 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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