HSP BlogMy blog will touch upon many topics for treating body/mind/spirit, from diet and exercise to coping, discovering, appreciating, accepting and healing.
This was not going to be the subject of my next blog, however, it does seem to fit. At the same time, I need to elaborate upon this theme. It seems that my clients old and new, are grappling with this same issue ... anxiety and panic attacks (mild, moderate and...read more
After understanding the enormity of the impact of refined sugar, processed foods and caffeine on the HSP body, one of my very first exercises for a new client is to begin each day with 5 minutes of deep breathing. I may take them through the process and guide them...read more
A further reason for the caffeine farewell is I have found that a high percentage my HS clients may be suffering from "Adrenal Fatigue" which can be evidenced by the expert Dr. Wilson's on-line comprehensive questionnaire...read more
HSPs can be very reactive to chemicals and additives. I strongly encourage that you pay special attention to your diet and follow my 90/10 rule.read more
As a true HSP myself, I have been able to experience and incorporate my high sensitivity into my work and likewise into a much more healthy and productive life by embracing this inherent trait. Having realized the sheer relief of self-identifying as an HSP through...read more
Dr. Elaine Aron’s seminal work in her first book The Highly Sensitive Person, was a true wake-up call to many of us who just didn’t understand why life seemed harder.read more