Being an Educated and Informed HSP Allows You to Know Your Gifts; Know Your Limitations, and to Accept that this is How You’re Wired
The Highly Sensitive Person can have a number of struggles, AND it is possible to embrace our traits as an HSP; to feel comfortable in our skin; to know we think and feel deeply and to learn to shrug off things that aren’t helpful. We often have a greater capacity than we think we do. When we know about our traits, we can advocate for ourselves and educate others. Being sensitive is an incredible strength! Enter to win free registration for the upcoming HSP Online Course for September 2019.
Being an educated and informed HSP means that you know your gifts; you know your limitations, and you accept that this is how you’re wired
With this Course, it was a very loving and secure environment that allowed you to be vulnerable.
I realized I’m valid; that my needs and desires are valid and my boundaries are valid…people need to be ok with it, or they are just not going to be able to be in my life or interact with me in a major way.
This is my strength. This is something that I have that others don’t, and it lets me shine in situations.
I’m able to overserve things and see things that other people don’t see.
- The Highly Sensitive Person often experiences some of these things
- Difficulty calming our nervous system
- Being able to stand by what we say, and not be overrun with guilt or shame (boundaries)
- Thriving in a world with people who don’t “get” us
- Trusting too quickly
- Getting attached too quickly
- Embracing our “weirdness”
- Getting tongue tied
- Having a difficult time letting things go
- Not taking things personally
- Ways to break patterns and make change
- Name the challenge
- It breaks the shame
- It creates room for healing and brings it out into the light
- Reframing our perceived weaknesses
- Picky becomes detail oriented or discriminating
- Embracing our traits
- Learning how our brains work
- We take in more information than non-HSPs, so our sense of reality may be different than others
- We may get nervous before new things, but there are ways we can manage
- We can use mindfulness to check in
- I’ve been struggling with how to communicate the benefits of the online courses
Patricia Young hosts the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive, and works with Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) helping them to understand their HSP traits, and turning their perceived shortcomings into superpowers. Patricia is passionate about providing education to help HSPs and non-HSPs understand and truly appreciate the amazing gifts they have to offer. Patricia works globally online with HSPs providing coaching. Patricia also facilitates online groups for HSPs that focus on building community and developing skills (identifying your superpowers, boundaries, perfectionism, dealing with conflict, mindfulness, embracing emotions, creating a lifestyle that supports the HSP, communication and more).
Online HSP Course– https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/hsp-online-groups/
Welcome video for Online HSP Course–https://youtu.be/pGwwfbnuXfc
To enter the raffle for the scholarship for the Online HSP Course, send an email to unapologeticallysensitive.com and put “HSP Course Raffle” in the subject line. A winner will be announced via e-mail on Monday September 16, 2017
Facebook group Unapologetically Sensitive– https://www.facebook.com/groups/2099705880047619/
Music– Gravel Dance by Andy Robinson www.andyrobinson.com