Highly Sensitive People
HSP: Three letters, infinite meanings. If you’ve heard someone refer to themselves as an HSP, they consider themselves a Highly Sensitive Person.
In all walks of life, you’ll come in contact with HSPs. It is not a disease or a disability. It is not an impairment or dysfunction. It is not something that will change the course of someone’s life. It’s something you should understand because you’ll interact with HSPs throughout your life. But it is not something to fear or look down upon. In reality, we’re all sensitive in some way or another–some people are simply more sensitive than others.
A Highly Sensitive Person is someone who feels and experiences the world on a deeper level than most people. This kind of person is someone who may hear sounds louder, feel sad easily, or empathize more than most people. The typical HSP isn’t easy to define because it’s person-dependent, but we’ll go through the basics of the life of someone who is highly sensitive. We’ll also cover key characteristics of highly sensitive people, many issues they face in life, and finally, tips to help HSPs thrive in today’s busy, noisy world.
You may be wondering why it’s important and why it’s worthy of an eBook. Highly sensitive people are part of the world, and chances are, they’re part of your world. That’s right – you probably know at least one or two highly sensitive people. Who knows? You could be a Highly Sensitive Person without even realizing it.
A lot of people shrink back when they hear the word “sensitive” because of the stigma typically attached to it. We think of someone who cries and whines a lot – someone who is hard to talk to without offending.
This package will disrupt that stereotype and teach you a little bit more about what it really means to be a highly sensitive person. Being highly sensitive is not a bad thing at all. It’s part of what makes us all unique. Before we get into the details, it’s important you should have an idea of exactly what we’re talking about when we say, “Highly Sensitive Person,” so let’s get started.
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Many of us are surprised to find later in life that we are introverts. This is particularly confusing for those who are outgoing and socially skilled.
How did we miss this all our lives? Aren’t introverts the shy, socially awkward people who dislike going out or being among other people?
The introvert revolution has shined a light on a lot of misinformation and lack of information about us. However, the stereotypes of introverts as wallflowers, computer geeks whose only interactions are online, and crazy cat ladies still abound.
For one, not all introverts are shy. Some of us are, but not all. And we don’t all choose to spend time with our cats instead of people, though some do.
This package helps introverts understand who they are an and how to survive in a hectic world?