Have you been told you’re “too sensitive”?
Boy have I been there.
I get you and I want you to know you are not alone.
For as long as I can remember, my hyper-sensitivity has been a running theme in my life.
I heard things like…
“You’re too sensitive”
“Don’t be so emotional”
“Don’t take things so personal”
I tried to hide my sensitivity but I couldn’t. It’s who I am.
Does any of this remind you of yourself? If so, you’re not weak or “too sensitive.” You are not broken and there is nothing wrong with you.
I’m here to tell you…
Be who you are and make no apologies.
We sensitive types live in a world of people who don’t necessarily understand or appreciate our strong feelings. They just don’t get it.
When you are told “don’t be so sensitive”, it eats away at your self-esteem. Self-doubt sets in and you take a step back from living the life you truly desire.
That is not fair to you.
I can help. I teach HSP how to adapt to a world that isn’t filled with equally sensitive people without giving up who they really are. That’s right, you don’t need to toughen up, let anything go or stop being so sensitive.
Sensitivity is part of your genius make-up.
This trait is not a new discovery, but it is commonly and unfairly misunderstood. Until you fully understand and honor your gift of sensitivity, it will feel like a curse not the blessing it was meant to be.
You know you are a sensitive if you:
•Feel easily overwhelmed by strong sensory input like bright lights, loud noises and strong smells
•You are keenly aware of even a subtle vibe in the room or if something feels ‘off’
•You can be easily affected by other people’s moods or negativity
•You cry easily from tv, movies or music and song lyrics, your emotions stir easily
•You need to withdraw during busy days to have some privacy and relief from everything around you
•You love your alone time and enjoy a rich, complex inner life
•You get overstimulated sometimes and feel so frazzled you just have to go off by yourself
•You are easily startled
•You feel more drained than others after spending time in public, large stores or running errands
•You have been told throughout your life by parents or teachers that you are shy
You don’t have to do this alone.
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