Tag Archives: highly sensitive people

Rattled frazzled Wednesday

I had been enjoying the slow month of July at work. Several projects and deliverables would be on my plate shortly, but I had no deadlines on my calendar yet and a minimal sense of urgency. In the past, empty … Continue reading

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update

I have been feeling significantly more alive over the last few weeks than I have in quite some time. I’m not sure what has caused the shift (oh, resist the urge to know why!!) but I’m sure of at least … Continue reading

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Weighted blankets

I love going to the dentist. Well, no, not really– but I love getting x-rays. Well, no, not really. I love when they put the protective heavy blanket on me and I hate when they take it off at the … Continue reading

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Figuring out some sensitivities

I have a tendency to get into “it-doesn’t-apply-to-me” mode. I’m not proud of this fact, but it is true. I have a tendency to think rules about the world don’t apply to me and by golly I just don’t have … Continue reading

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grief and highly sensitive people

I have been doing a lot of reflecting lately on the theories of “highly sensitive people” as well as the characteristics regarding thought patterns, emotions, interactions, and relationships that are often seen in the “borderline” personality. I find both descriptions … Continue reading

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