Bonus Episode 38
We Never Know How Our Presence Impacts Others
Solo episode—Patricia Young
We can feel insignificant, unimportant, and that we are not making an impact on the world, but we never really know how much just being ourselves is impacting others. I talk about how a neighbor who walks by my house daily impacted me when he “went missing,” and how I communicated with him when he turned up again. When we experience loss, stability in our day-to-day routine can bring great comfort. Letting others know you miss their presence can cause a huge shift for another since we often struggle with imposter syndrome and feeling like we’re just not enough. I also talk about Chuy (the person), and Chewie (the dog—who has an Instagram account).
Patricia Young, LCSW is a therapist in San Diego who is in private practice. Patricia works primarily with Highly Sensitive People (HSP) helping them understand their HSPness, and to turn their perceived shortcomings into superpowers. Patricia is passionate about providing education to help HSPs and non-HSPs understand and truly appreciate all the gifts we have to offer. Patricia provides online (telehealth) therapy to people who live in California. We meet over a private platform (similar to Skype), and you can have therapy from the privacy of your own home—when the kids are at school or are napping; from work; in your pajamas, or when you just can’t face sitting in traffic or going out.
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