Has anyone ever told you should stop being so sensitive?
You wonder if they might be right.
After all, everything seems to be that much more vivid to you.
You see colors and patterns that others don’t.
People can’t tell you lies because you know when they’re not being honest.
You seem to have a sixth sense for other things that other people don’t perceive.
You feel deeply, so much so that your own emotions can overwhelm you.
Sometimes you notice that you seem to be feeling another person’s feelings.
You don’t know what’s yours and what’s theirs.
Living life this way can be difficult. Being so sensitive feels like a liability.
All this stimulus leaves you overwhelmed, tired and anxious.
What you don’t know is that 20% of Americans are highly sensitive people – also known as a empaths.
Highly Sensitive People are more prone to depression and anxiety when they grow up in an unsupportive environment.
Research shows that empathic people have a distinctly different brain
than the rest of the American population. It’s actually a trait that most
artists, musicians, writers, doctors, healers, ministers and psychologists share in common.
Being an HSP can be hard to navigate in a world that doesn’t value or validate this trait.
You may have suspected that you’re different.
Through therapy you can learn skills to make your
HSP abilities an asset, and not a liability.
Schedule a time to chat today. Let me help you navigate your way from
overwhelming anxiety to confidence, peace and joy.