Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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From healing to thriving, the misfit’s way.
For some people, breaking away from their hometown and family of origin is not just a yearning, but a calling.
The rigid social standards are especially abrasive and coercive for the innately intense, sensitive and gifted women.
If we were to peel back, one layer after another, to the root of what now seems to be an unruly beast, we often find a tiny, fragile seed of deprived need.
If you have tried everything and nothing has worked, perhaps it is time we try a different way.
Some people are more intense than others. That intense child inside is waiting to be heard, seen, and embraced for who they are.
People with BPD traits are highly intuitive and perceptive. What was previously thought of as a genetic vulnerability may reflect an innate talent.
Some people feel more than others. They are often told—in so many words—that they are too much, too intense, too sensitive, too emotional, or too dramatic.
Imi Lo is a Clinical Psychotherapist, Art Therapist, Coach, and author of the book Emotional Intensity and Sensitivity. She specializes in emotional intensity, childhood trauma, Personality Disorders and Complex PTSD.