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Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Thanks mindandbody green
By Kristen Matthews
November 18, 2014 8:43 AM EST
I don't question what may be wrong with me anymore, because when you live with people who don't show their emotions like you do, you think something's wrong with you. Age, along with the knowledge that 15-20% of the population is highly sensitive, helped me embrace my personality.
Since discovering that HSPs are such a large group of people, I've learned more about what it really means to be a highly sensitive person. There's much more to this trait than just crying easily.
Below are some common characteristics that people with HSP share; if you recognize these signs in yourself, you may be one too. I can personally relate to each and every one.
1. You're hyper aware of subtleties in their environment.
HSPs usually notice things that other people miss. Maybe it's a new haircut or furniture that's been rearranged. Sounds can startle them easily, and they're more sensitive to certain smells and fabrics.
2. You're easily affected by others' moods.
Everyone is affected by the moods of others, both positive and negative, but the effect is heightened in highly sensitive people. It's great if you're around positive people, but not so great when you're around people with heavy energy.
3. You become overwhelmed quickly.
If you ask an HSP to do too many things at once, she becomes overloaded and rattled. HSPs don't do well in chaotic or stressful situations. Many times highly sensitive people will arrange their lives to avoid overwhelming situations. If they end up in a chaotic environment, they'll probably find a quiet place to down-regulate their overly stimulated brain.
4. You take criticism to heart.
Criticism is part of life. But because highly sensitive people feel things more deeply, they'll hold onto criticism longer than someone not so sensitive. As a result, they tend to be people-pleasers, removing room for criticism. It's important to note that while they hold onto criticism, a compliment will go a long way.
5. You make compassionate friends.
Highly sensitive people are also very intuitive and feel deeply. They're able to empathize with people, to a point where you almost feel like they're going through what you're going through.
6. You're conscientious.
HSP's are very considerate with above-average manners. They're the first to notice when someone is rude or inconsiderate. They'll give up their seat on a bus or move out of the way on the sidewalk without even really thinking about it. It comes naturally to them.
7. You tend to avoid violent movies and TV shows.
Since HSP's rank high on the empathy scale, they tend to stay away from shows with violence or horror in them. They know negative news or violence will upset them, so they do what they can to avoid it.
8. You have a deep appreciation of art, music and nature.
Highly sensitive people are often deeply moved by the arts and nature. The natural beauty of nature is healing and calming to them. Oceans, rivers, and lakes give them a sense of comfort.
9. You don't feel very decisive.
Highly sensitive people think with their emotions. This, coupled with being acutely aware of subtleties and details, makes it harder for them to come to a decision. They can easily get upset if they make the wrong decision or poor choice.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Anyway, it's a nice read =)
Read more: http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/06/happily-ever-after/372573/#ixzz3Iexxne00
Monday, November 10, 2014
Sometimes, the better way is to let go. Thanks tinybuddha!
Thursday, November 6, 2014
So here are some light hearted articles to ease the journey of creating a miracle for the collections are from a series of the same people who wants ventured through the same journey ;)
Courtesy from Belly belly
What Wont Happen During Pregnancy #1: You Will Glow From The Moment You Find Out You Are Pregnant
What Wont Happen During Pregnancy #2: You Will Avoid All The Rubbish Symptoms Of Pregnancy
You know your friend who sailed through pregnancy without so much as a pimple? Yeah, she was a one off. In fact, you’ll be suffering from every symptom she avoided, so that’s twice the suffering for you. You may occasionally, if you’re lucky, manage the odd day without noticing a symptom, but mostly you will be jumping between nausea, headaches, fatigue and backache. Pregnancy is not so much something to be enjoyed, but endured in your case.