Tag: self-awareness

HSP-The Highly Sensitive Person

  People who are highly sensitive are born that way; it is not something that is learned. The scientific term for high sensitivity is “sensory-processing sensitivity” (SPS). Highly sensitive people have the following traits: They feel more deeply. They’re more emotionally reactive. They’re probably…

Self-growth

How do we develop ourselves into better human beings? What steps can we take to become wiser, more self-aware and more humble? Self-growth is a topic that I think about a lot and when I am interacting with others in my environment, I feel…

High functioning depression

Happy Monday dear friends & followers! After a wonderful 10 days off work, celebrating my birthday with friends and exploring new places with my husband, I am feeling grateful and refreshed. Today’s topic is especially important to me, as someone I care about deeply…

Why & How to stop over-explaining

Following on from my post Are you a chronic over-explainer? , I now want to address why & how to actually stop over-explaining. As I mentioned in my previous post, many individuals who suffer from low self-esteem or people-pleasing, have an almost compulsive need…

How does having a special needs sibling affect you?

It is important to raise awareness about the challenges a sibling faces when their brother or sister has special needs. Many years ago, when I came across a book writen by a woman who grew up with a special needs sister and the struggles…

Acknowledging our weaknesses

How many of you find it easy to admit to your weaknesses? How often do you struggle with admitting a weakness to a friend or partner or even to yourself? Do you ever feel a sting when a close person in your life points…

To all my wonderful subscribers..

Happy Sunday lovely people, I just wanted to write a quick post today to let you know that although I haven’t been interacting much with a lot of my subscribers and the people I myself follow, I aim to do this over the next…