Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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Thank you to all of you who have replied/commented on this almost one year old thread.
I can not find my original comment on this thread?...
Maybe I am wrong, maybe this is SILLY, maybe some of you will think I am paranoid ...but...
could it be that this commenting " system " was designed on purpose to be not too user friendly in an attempt to limit the number of comments/commenters?
I find it a bit confusing...where is my original comment?...
Having said that I think Elaine Aron is a saint!
ok maybe not a saint but reading her first book was so soothing to me, it is hard to explain!
And I must say that right now things are looking ( temporarily )a bit better for me; of course it is a roller coaster ride ( being plagued with CFS on top of being a HSP ) and I know I will eventually feel down again, but all we have to do is be patient and we will have better days.
I am also learning - very slowly - to deal with my hyper sensitivity as I am getting older...
Of course I will always be "over" sensitive but I will be able to deal with it a little better every year. ( or will become better at avoiding bad situations )
Do us HSPs ever unintentionally violate the boundaries of other?
Part 1: How highly sensitive people can create graceful boundaries.
Emotional regulations skills can help HSPs manage overwhelming feelings.
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