About 5 years ago I found myself looking up at a very similar ceiling with a skylight framing the newly fallen leaves as everything started to go into a state of hibernation for winter…and in a very similar circumstance. At that time, I had a shaved head. Now, my hair is longer than it has [...] → Continue Reading “Oasis Guilt” + Sensitive Service
I am a big fan of HealthForce Nutritionals. They are hard core and very festive in their packaging. And they deliver what they promise. I particularly like their cleanses and supplements for immunity. Olive Leaf Extract and Liver Rescue are favorites, check them all out here ::
First, I just really like Kate. Second, this is important. I think that a lot of emotional eating and issues with weight are related to trying to cope with feelings. And if you are highly sensitive, you are a good candidate for feeling a lot. Kate is real and raw about her experiences, surely a [...] → Continue Reading Emotional Eating Coach for Sensitive Souls :: Kate Stefans
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This can be a good supplement to help regulate mood and sleep. It works with the pineal gland as a precursor to melatonin and serotonin. The pineal gland correlates with the crown chakra and the Self-Actualization level in the Highly Sensitive Hierarchy of Needs. It is isotonic, which means that it is the same tone [...] → Continue Reading Supplement for Sleep + Mood :: L-Tryptophan
This website has lots of HSP resources and is written by a mother of a highly sensitive family. She has great tips for kids and parenting, as well as just navigating the world when you are sensitive. She is always learning and sharing what she learns, I recommend checking it out.
David Ritchey has written a book about being anomalously sensitive :: “An Anomalously Sensitive Person exhibits uncommonly high levels of sensitivity, not only in the emotional realm, but also in the physiological, cognitive, altered states of consciousness, and transpersonal (“metaphysical,” “paranormal,” or “psychic”) realms as well.” You can check out his ASP questionnaire here to [...] → Continue Reading Are you an ASP (Anomalously Sensitive Person)?
HSPHealth.com is a great resource for looking at some common ailments and ways to experience health that are specific to being highly sensitive. A very informative site with lots of great holistic, alternative, and natural health tips and information that you can use today.
Sensitivity, Overeating, and Body Image Click the link above to listen to the audio interview I did with Alison Leipzig and Kate Stefans for their Savor Soiree about how high sensitivity often means overeating or eating for comfort as a means to feel grounded. It is good for all HSPs to listen to. It really explains a [...] → Continue Reading Sensitivity, Overeating, and Negative Body Image :: Audio Interview
Many highly sensitive people struggle with chronic inflammation. It is the root of most disease. It creates a breeding ground for bacteria which then leads to a vicious cycle that feeds the bacteria. This can then lead to autoimmune disorders over time, or hypersensitivity. Some common causes of inflammation are muscle tension from stress, eating an imbalance [...] → Continue Reading My Favorite Supplement :: OPC-3