Which Kind of Sensitive are You?

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1 Karen December 7, 2012

you are so on the spot with that one!!!
I know a few people calling them self highly sensitive (and I do believe they are so), but they are more “borderline” in my vision. So extremely draining to be around… And somehow making HSP looking bad… And making me think, that I do not want to be in a category with them!

2 Germaine May 25, 2014

Self care has been an issue for me for a long time. I tend to want and do what’s best for the “group” and not for me. After years of doing this and having many “burnouts,” I finally hit rock bottom with clinical depression. Super hero status was something I unconsciously strived for until I realize through hitting the bottom with a loud thud that I did not have super powers to keep me above everything. Depressing ie in a deep hole, mentally, physically, socially, and financially, caused me to “finally” seek help from multiple doctors, including psychological. That was the first time I practiced self-care. I stumbled upon your website and have been reading various articles in my quest to cultivate self-care. It has not been easy…self-care. But worth the effort. Thanks for your insightfulness.

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