What to Avoid Saying to an HSP

9 Things to avoid saying to an HSP (highly sensitive person).

Even though this post is focused on what you should avoid saying to an HSP, it also makes a point on what to say or do in place of these thoughtless comments. Communicating with a highly sensitive person takes a lighter touch, gentler words, and love. Also please understand that most of the guidance mentioned here applies to anyone and everyone. Being upset about anything, whether you understand it or not, deserves a little bit of kindness and compassion. I know it can be hard to muster up in a heated situation, but take a break and walk away if […]

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Insomnia: The Ultimate Checklist for Sleep

What's causing your insomnia?

Insomnia can be a side effect, symptom, or a by-product of so many different things, it sometimes feels impossible to get to the root of the problem. As such, many of us don’t know what’s causing our insomnia, or how to prevent it from occurring night after night. *Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. This post contains affiliate links, which means you may be contributing to my tea-drinking addiction if you purchase goods through these links. 😉  Although insomnia is not unique to INFJs, the traits associated with this personality type can definitely play into […]

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Are you a highly sensitive person?

What is a highly sensitive person? #feeling #HSP #highlysensitive

Are you feeling oversensitive more often than you think you should? Have you thought, “why am I so sensitive?” on multiple occasions? Have people repeatedly pointed out your high sensitivity to you in the middle of a conversation? You might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). *Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This blog post contains affiliate links, which means I may earn a small commission to fund my tea-drinking habit if you use these links to make a purchase. You’ll grab a great find, aaand keep me showered in tea bags. 😉 In the 90’s, Dr. Elaine Aron […]

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