Tag Archives: Sensitive

Roller Coaster Emotions aren’t Fun. Are they even Yours? HSP Series #7

Roller Coaster with very unhappy face in centerThe Roller Coaster – from happy to depressed, anxious or out-of-sorts in seconds flat!

If you’re an empath or an HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) your emotions can often feel like a rollercoaster. They can also be extremely confusing because sometimes they aren’t even yours.

That sudden mood swing may be an emotion that you’ve “picked up” from someone else; co-workers, neighbors, friends, your kids, your significant other, even the person standing behind you in the grocery store. Continue reading

Parents Guide for Kids with ADD, HSP, SPD — Back to School Series #1

Back to school tips for kids with ADD, HSP, SPD

Going back to school brings excitement as well as anxiety for most children and even more so if they have various sensory needs. The following tips apply to all children and can help you and your children ease back into school

If your child fits into one of these groups, coping skills are even more important: ADD/ADHD, HSP (highly sensitive kids) and kids with SPD, sa href=”/blog/help-for-spd-sensory-processing-disorder/” target=”_blank”>sensory processing disorders, these 5 tips apply to ALL these groups and may be of help to all kids. Continue reading

Are You Just too Sensitive?

Are you Too SensitiveDo you have days where you are just exhausted by everyone else’s drama? Do you even sometimes forget that it’s Their Drama and Not Yours?

If you are like a lot of Highly Sensitive People or empaths the answer is probably a resounding Yes!

You might be surprised to know that a lot of times you are being pulled down and drained by all the emotions, thoughts and energies around you, and they can feel like yours even.
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