Here are a few phrases which make my heart break a little when I hear them said about the trait of high sensitivity: “I was diagnosed as highly sensitive a few months ago.” “Yes, I have the condition too.” “I
Do you ever feel at the mercy of the stress-filled myriad of thoughts rushing through your mind? There’s so much stuff rambling around your brain it tires you out! You can’t seem to find an off-switch – but desperately wish
Fellow highly sensitives… you might well be feeling a bit odd and off-kilter this week – what with the change in season and the full moon yesterday! I know that, as much as I love it, in early autumn I
I’m on a mission. To raise awareness of the trait of high sensitivity. To empower and inspire highly sensitive people. 15-20% of the population has a nervous system which is more finely tuned to the environment & stimuli. Amongst other
When you’re sensitive to your surroundings and other people and you feel easily overwhelmed by too much stimulation and information, life can feel both challenging yet also soulfully rewarding. Tiredness, overwhelm and feeling scattered and discombobulated may be feelings you
I’m Stella. I don’t usually like labels, but I fully claim this one: I’m a highly sensitive introvert. I love quiet. I l need time alone. The noisy, busy world drains me. I notice the details of what’s around me.
I’m a highly sensitive person. I love peace and quiet. I love to sit and think and feel and day dream. I’m easily over-whelmed my noise and bright lights and being around a lot of people I don’t know so
“Don’t be so sensitive”. “You need to be more thick-skinned”. “Why were you so quiet at that party?” “You were so shy as a child”. “Don’t be a spoil sport”. “You’re so highly strung!” Have you been on the receiving