Being an HSP (highly sensitive person) can be magical and exhausting at the same time. In this episode of Sparkles Podcast, Boonie and Rachel discuss what being an HSP is like, and they explore questions such as: Can I be an extroverted HSP? If I’m hangry all the time, does that mean I’m an HSP? If I’m an HSP, does that mean I’ll have to face a life of loneliness? Check it out and let us know if you have any thoughts or questions about HSP life.
“It’s a lot of work to build that boundary of not taking (things) personally.”
“Our sensitivity does not have anything to do with other people. It’s not their fault, it’s not that we don’t like them – it’s that our brains are built differently.”
“Emotional intelligence is a real thing, and … that’s what companies look for — leaders need to have emotional intelligence.”
Psychology Today: 9 Common Traits of Highly Sensitive People
Jacqueline Strickland – researcher
Documentary by Elaine Aron: Sensitive the Movie
Highly Sensitive Person (Global) Facebook Group
Highly Sensitive Therapists Facebook Group
You can find Boonie at: Organized Messes
You can find Rachel at: Rachel Moore, LMFT
Disclaimer: Our conversations in Sparkles Podcast are not to be used in lieu of psychotherapy, and we’re not offering professional advice; we’re sharing our personal thoughts and opinions. Please feel free to disagree and seek out other views, because you are the expert of you.