I mentioned that we often want to give advice because we want to be helpful in part one of this Motivational Interviewing article. We are compassionate Highly Sensitive Introverts, and we want our loved ones’ pain to go away as quickly as possible. Sometimes advice-giving is helpful, but other times it fosters unhealthy codependency instead of personal empowerment. Read more
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Are you reluctant to bring up conflicts because others might get angry with you?
Most highly sensitive people would rather avoid conflicts if at all possible. It’s anxiety-provoking for us. But here’s the downside. Avoidance does not promote healthy relationships. Read more
Highly Sensitive People love peace and harmony. We want everybody to get along and we do a pretty good job of mediating most of the time. But when we find ourselves in the middle of a situation where people are uncaring or contemptuous, we may flounder. We feel anxious or irritated. Even devastated at times. Read more
Have you ever asked yourself these questions?
• Why is it so difficult to stand up for my self?
• Why do I let people treat me so poorly?
• Is it selfish to ask for what I want when others don’t like it?
• How do I assert myself without hurting people’s feelings? Read more
How do you feel when your family grumbles at you because your sensitive feelings have surfaced once again? Read more
How to Set Boundaries to Prevent Overwhelm
We hold a monthly webinar for Highly Sensitive People (HSP’s) on the second Wednesday of the month.
This group is a safe gathering place for HSP’s to receive support from other HSP’s and to experience expert guidance from a Highly Sensitive Therapist, Life Coach and Spiritual Counselor. You’ll gain tools so you can be happier and healthier. And you’ll be inspired by other high-achieving HSP’s personal and professional successes. Read more
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The Esposito Institute
PO Box 1074
Young Harris, GA 30582
281 Young Harris St.
Blairsville, GA 30512
3343 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30326