Negativity can be powerfully good and beautiful when it creates opportunity for change. But you have to recognize toxic negativity so it doesn’t poison you.
Sometimes, explaining what you mean isn’t the answer. Sometimes, if someone misunderstands you, they either don’t want to understand you, or they’re unable.
How can Highly Sensitive Introverts be compassionate and still experience joy in a world with such suffering? The secret is in the lies.
There are feelings that have no place inside you – or shouldn’t. When you feel helpless or overwhelmed, how will you still take that next step forward?
Peace equals sanity for many Highly Sensitive Introverts. And, yet, how often can you say “I’m at peace?” It takes practice. In moments and meditations.
HSP Introverts rob themselves with a “we are better but extroverts rule the world” attitude. An extrovert ideal may rule, but we don’t have to be ruled.
Your Highly Sensitive Introvert First Aid Kit is the salve to an emotional wound. It’s a band-aid to get you through the moment. Is your kit complete?
Sensory soothing ideas on for Highly Sensitive Introverts. Anything work well for you? Let us know in the comments!