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  • Writer's pictureHannah Brooks

3 Keys To Stop Taking Things So Personally In Your Relationship As An Hsp

Updated: Sep 6, 2023


Ever felt that stinging (or punch-in-the-gut) feeling when your partner says or does something hurtful? Or maybe it’s something he doesn't do that leads to you feeling like he just doesn’t care. Like you don’t matter. Like you aren’t loved.

For highly sensitive women, this is oh-so-common.

It may very well be true that your partner could be more skillful in his interactions with you. At the same time, so much of the hurt you feel in these moments comes from taking things personally.

Which you can put an end to NOW.

And you want to. Because taking things personally doesn't just hurt–it costs us big time in our intimate relationships, leading to all sorts of AVOIDABLE pain and diminishment of affection and connection.

The good news is you can learn to not take things so personally. And it will free you up to have way more of the support, connection and loving intimacy you want with your partner. Listen in as I share how.

I used to take all sorts of things personally, and it hurt me and my marriage. I spent years learning how to put an end to that unnecessary pain, and replace it with the closeness, ease and love I want between my husband and I. I want that for you to.

In this episode, I dive into 3 big keys to stop taking things so personally so you can less hurt and more love everyday of your life.

And don't miss the announcement about the FREE event I'm hosting to make taking things personally a thing of the past for you.

Listen in to find out how you can, too!



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success voltage
Jun 13

I went through a terrible time due to the infidelity of my lying  ex. Betrayal hurts. But the secrecy, the silence, and the lack of respect, just added injury to insult. Not a good scenario to be in, my soul really hurts. But there is always light after the darkness. I felt the pain, lived through it, and then got my hands off the fire. My husband cheated a LOT for some reasons I can't explain, to make matters worse he lied a LOT and dared me to confront him with proof if I ever thought he was cheating. Thanks for the service of this software genius hacker at 'hackingloop6@ gmail .com, who hacked his phone and gained me remote…

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