Stress

Empath, Are You Feeling a Little Crazy?

Posted by on May 10, 2018 | Comments Off on Empath, Are You Feeling a Little Crazy?

Empath, Are You Feeling a Little Crazy?

As an empath I became overwhelmed by all tragedies that were happening in the world and around me and I lost focus on what I wanted to create instead I ending up focusing on my fears. I lost my center and grounding. I was watching the news, reading descriptions of casualties that I should have never read. I am too empathic and easily influenced with stories and visuals that make me feel as if I am there experiencing the event.  As a result I strayed from my boundaries and I started to experience physical and emotional symptoms; a spike in my blood pressure, low on and off depression, grief,...

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How Empaths Find Balance in Chaos

Posted by on Jan 24, 2018 | Comments Off on How Empaths Find Balance in Chaos

How Empaths Find Balance in Chaos

Empaths Find Balance in Chaos when they learn to set healthy boundaries and practice vigilant self-care. It’s not easy for them to do this when they have been trained to put others before themselves, stuff their feelings, and they don’t know what it means to have healthy boundaries when they experience so much pain and disruption around them. In this vlog below you’ll learn how you can be grounded, centered, loving, serving and still maintain your balance in the chaos of a natural disaster.     Am I Highly...

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How to Recover Emotionally from a Natural Disaster.

Posted by on Jan 17, 2018 | Comments Off on How to Recover Emotionally from a Natural Disaster.

How to Recover Emotionally from a Natural Disaster.

In a short amount of time, our world has been exposed to traumatic events of devastating fires, enormous mudslides, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, monsoons…  It can feel like the world as we know it is ending moving you to feeling unsafe, ungrounded, anxious, and stressed. Traumatic events create uncertainty, grief, guilt, fear, as well as, dealing with the heartbreak of loss that occurs. So, to help you cope and when ready recover from a natural disaster, I’m sharing a combination of two articles from the American Psychological Association, one titled, Recovering...

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Highly Sensitive Guide to Travel

Posted by on Nov 28, 2017 | Comments Off on Highly Sensitive Guide to Travel

Highly Sensitive Guide to Travel

Traveling is exciting, fun, inspiring and sometimes challenging, especially around the holidays. Figuring out all the logistics, dealing with the unknowns and remembering past travel missories can crush our enthusiasm to do more. I’m sharing my highly sensitive guide to travel with you so you can transform you struggles with travel into unlimited potential to be positively surprised. As a young child and young adult, I loved adventure and going to new places, but hated the stress of the unknowns, challenges, the stress of others around me and deadlines of getting there. I didn’t...

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5 Powerful Steps to Kick Holiday Stress, Highly Sensitives

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 | Comments Off on 5 Powerful Steps to Kick Holiday Stress, Highly Sensitives

5 Powerful Steps to Kick Holiday Stress, Highly Sensitives

It’s that time of the year again when life can be overwhelming with too much for us HSPs. Unless we take good care of ourselves with strategic planning and conscious monitoring of our energy and emotions we will stress ourselves out and replay our past history with the holidays. Below I’m going to share 5 Powerful Steps for Highly Sensitives to Kick Holiday Stress and share tools to help you. Here is what is causes highly sensitives holiday stress: there is too much to do and too many places to be not enough alone chill time empathy: you’re feeling other people’s...

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Are You a High Sensation Seeking, Highly Sensitive?

Posted by on Oct 16, 2017 | Comments Off on Are You a High Sensation Seeking, Highly Sensitive?

Are You a High Sensation Seeking, Highly Sensitive?

I just discovered the High Sensation Seeker self-test by Dr. Elaine Aron’s, author of the Highly Sensitive Person and The Highly Sensitive Child. Wow! Taking the test, scoring high and learning what it meant to be a highly sensitive person, as well as, a high sensation seeking person explained the adventurous part of me and it’s relation to the HS me. I now have a fuller understanding of myself and can be more compassionate towards myself when I’m putting going outside my comfort zone while seeking novelty and adventure. I love and get excited about new adventure and...

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