You don’t have to be an HSP (highly sensitive person) or Empath to find useful information in this post.
Do you have times where life just seems difficult or overwhelming?
We all have times in our lives where things feel difficult, chaotic or overwhelming. Life seems harder, you tend to be more affected by the people, circumstances, and energies around you. Even if you wouldn’t normally describe yourself as sensitive, you may find yourself feeling unusually triggered or unable to cope.
These tips may help during those times and during the Holidays
The Holidays are a time when you may be struggling to maintain your normal balance and calm. Some of these tips may come in handy now and at other times when you’re under additional stress. There is often too much to do, too many expectations, and other emotional ups and downs that may come up at this time of year.
You may be feeling emotions more strongly, and have thoughts, feelings, and sensations that you just can’t explain. In the course of a day you may swing wildly from happy, to sad, to fearful and back up (hopefully) to feeling good?
We are experiencing an extremely challenging time right now. Many of us are overwhelmed and feeling like a victim. Even if you’re not normally highly sensitive, things are so intense you may be feeling the stress. This post is for you if you’re feeling stressed and stretched to your limit. Here are some tips to help you become your own hero and be a warrior – the World needs your Love, Strength and Compassion.
Have you been feeling like it’s difficult to think clearly? Do you know that feeling when you’re trying to figure out something and it’s just not making sense?
Are the signals to your brain getting scrambled?
Do you feel like your brain is just a little foggy and isn’t “computing” correctly? It seems to be going around. Some people describe it as difficulty focusing, but others say they can focus and concentrate just fine; it just doesn’t feel like things are coming in clearly…almost like the signal is a bit scrambled. Continue reading →
Simple tips to help you enjoy your holidays with less stress and end the year with ease. It may take some creativity to stay safe and connected this year. A few changes can benefit HSP’s, Empaths, and everyone else as well.
This time of year tends to bring out the best and the worst for many people and can be especially trying to HSP’s and empaths. Continue reading →
Becoming Sensitive to EMF? 22 Tips for Reducing EMF in your Home and Office
Electrosensitivity (ES or EHS) usually happens gradually.
Most ES’s start as healthy working citizens and through chronic and acute exposures to electric radiation, they became electrically sensitive with little warning. Their message: it could be you next. Once you become sensitive, it’s tough to find a place to live or work without feeling terrible.
Symptoms include headaches, burning sensations, tingling, debilitating (severe) “brain fog, heart arrhythmia’s, migraines, severe depression, chronic insomnia) to even life-threatening and seizures, heart attacks).
If you’re an HSP (highly sensitive person) or empath you are at greater risk of adrenal fatigue, insomnia and exhaustion. Although this happens to many people at different times, it seems to be a state of chronic fatigue for many HSPs and empaths.
You may be eating right, exercising, taking your vitamins and healthy supplements and doing everything you can to be healthy….and yet, you feel run down, stressed and completely exhausted. You may even wake up tired. Aren’t you supposed to feel good when you work this hard to be healthy?
What’s a Holiday Sensitivity Profile? It’s your energy profile and prediction of how well you’ll get through the holiday!
The holidays are upon us again. For many of us, the holidays are a mixed bag. While many people look forward to them, others dread them or have mixed feelings for a variety of reasons.
I was reminded of this yesterday when talking to a very balanced, focused friend who was feeling “off” and kind of sad. When I mentioned that it’s almost Thanksgiving, she immediately knew that’s what was wrong.
If you’re a Highly Sensitive Person it’s quite likely that the holidays are more of a struggle for you, but even people who don’t normally have a problem find the holidays to be very stressful.
Don’t you just hate the pressure of finding the perfect gift?
I do! I start my holiday shopping early in the fall, because I’m picky about what I give my friends and family. And there are always people “impossible” to buy for! I’m torn between buying what I would want or finding something to fit them. (Hint: if we love it, they’ll probably feel the same way!) Whatever I buy, I worry they won’t be happy.
Are you a Co-Dependent gift giver?
You guessed it. I’m a co-dependent gift giver. Enough is never enough! Over the years I’ve learned to soften the edges of my holiday shopping anxiety with this simple mantra: It really is the thought that counts!
Being an empath or HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) can give you huge advantages both in business and in life. Believe it or not, your sensitivity could just be a blessing.
You hear a lot about the downside of being an empath/HSP; feeling drained, overwhelmed, bombarded, losing focus and yes, feeling other people’s fears. In fact, if you’re like most of us, you struggle daily and can’t imagine that there’s an upside to being an energy sponge.
But it’s not all negative, if you learn ways to work with your sensitivity. When you are able to balance out the plusses and minuses, you’ll find a refreshing clarity of thought and depth of emotions. Continue reading →