To have thriving relationships we need to deeply accept and value ourselves.
Too many of us Highly Sensitive People don’t value our sensitivity, and instead, feel like something’s wrong with us because of it.
This hurts our love lives and marriages unnecessarily. Because, actually, so much is RIGHT with us.
Especially when it comes to love and relationships. Because sensitivity is exactly what we need MORE of in our relationships. And you, HSP, were born with a huge dos
Understanding your sensitivity changes everything for the better. So, are you a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)? Do you understand sensitivity and how it affects your love life? This episode will clarify all that for you! If you’re anything less than truly happy in your marriage, it’s likely in part due to simply not understanding if and how your sensitivity is affecting things.
Many of us sensitive people may not even know we are HSP’s until things get tough in our marriages
In this inaugural episode, learn how you are not alone as a sensitive person if it feels like things are harder than they should be in your marriage. Why? Love doesn’t always come as naturally as we were taught it would--to ALL of us. On top of that, we Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) have unique challenges (and strengths) that tend to affect our relationships. But this never means you should resign you to settling for a less-than-happy marriage. In fact, you have it in you to
If you find you get easily rattled, you feel things intensely, or have always felt more sensitive than other people, you may feel kind of bad about it on some level. These qualities are not exactly praised in our society, so it's no surprise if you sometimes wonder if something's a little wrong with you... Plus, you may notice how these qualities can bring some challenges to your relationships. But what if I told you those very qualities are actually some of what's really rig
If your partner gets controlling, says critical or mean things sometimes, or acts out angrily more often than feels acceptable to you, you can do something about it. Here's an in depth look at how to (it's all about key # 3 from “5 Ways to Improve Things When Your Partner is The Problem”). In our intimate relationships we often unconsciously set up patterns that skew the power dynamic so that we are letting the other person figuratively walk all over us. In order to establish
Listen to the audio blog version of this: Do you ever feel not really seen, heard, or valued in your relationship? If so it could be that you have what I call "squashed voice syndrome" (I did and recovered, but still occasionally relapse!). It's so common, especially for the sensitive among us. "Squashed Voice Syndrome" ( okay, I made that up) is when you don't really deep down know what you want or need, when you override your true "inner knowing". Which leads to all sorts o
I stumbled across the term Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) years ago in college. Though much of the description sounded like me, I blew it off as just another personality type, like Meyers Briggs, or the Enneagram, or astrological signs (which are fun, sometimes insightful, but I’m not going to bet my life on them). So I didn’t spend much time looking further into the term. I only wish I had, as it may have saved me much heartache! Fast forward to after my first marriage ended.