The Highly Sensitive: How to Find Inner Peace, Develop Your Gifts, and Thrive

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9781989588154
PRISTINE PUBLISHING
N/A
2018
128 Pages
Paperback
22187

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Do you feel too sensitive for this world?

Are you at the mercy of your emotions, overwhelmed by your environment, and easily triggered by other people’s feelings?                            

Description

You aren’t alone. Millions of Highly Sensitive People (HSP) feel exactly the same way. If you’ve always felt more delicate, more easily overwhelmed by sensory input, and more empathetic than those around you, you are probably an HSP. Sensitivity is a blessing, but it’s hard to thrive as an HSP in a competitive society that perceives emotional expression as a sign of weakness.

So how do you develop the skills and tools you need to successfully navigate your way through life as an HSP? As someone attuned to the emotions of everyone around you, how can you protect yourself against emotional overwhelm, negative energy, and psychological distress?

In The Highly Sensitive: How to Find Inner Peace, Develop Your Gifts, and Thrive, you will realize why high sensitivity is a gift that requires careful management. You will discover how to solve the common problems faced by HSPs the world over and how to live a happy, fulfilling life that lets you use your abilities to the fullest. Specifically, you will discover:

  • What it means to be an HSP, and what sets HSPs apart from the general population
  • How to cope with emotional overwhelm
  • How to protect yourself from the negative energy of other people
  • How to cleanse yourself of toxic energy and live in harmony with your environment
  • How to form healthy relationships
  • How to set boundaries and say “no” to people and situations that are not right for you

Empower yourself by downloading this invaluable guide to living as an HSP. Within just a few hours, you will develop an in-depth understanding of your true self and begin to realize your full potential.

This book is packed with helpful advice and strategies you can use to live a balanced and meaningful life as an HSP. You can start implementing the simple yet powerful techniques in this book today!

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About the Author

Judy Dyer is a Canadian girl with an open spirit and passion to help empaths. Judy writes books for those who have a natural ability to tune in to the feelings of others. She has made it her mission to share her lifelong experiences and comprehensive research on the many benefits and blessings associated with being an empath. After graduating from Harvard University in the Department of Psychology, she quickly discovered her passion for writing and a goal of sharing her most valued life lessons in hopes of helping others. Judy is a wife and mother of two young daughters. While she's lived in Vancouver, BC for the past 18 years, she always remembers the importance of travelling to broaden an education. She is a frequent visitor of England, California, and New Zealand. When not writing, Judy enjoys spending time horseback riding with her daughters and relaxing at the lake. Judy loves to hear from her readers.

The Highly Sensitive: How to Find Inner Peace, Develop Your Gifts, and Thrive

Do you feel too sensitive for this world?

Are you at the mercy of your emotions, overwhelmed by your environment, and easily triggered by other people’s feelings?                            

Description

You aren’t alone. Millions of Highly Sensitive People (HSP) feel exactly the same way. If you’ve always felt more delicate, more easily overwhelmed by sensory input, and more empathetic than those around you, you are probably an HSP. Sensitivity is a blessing, but it’s hard to thrive as an HSP in a competitive society that perceives emotional expression as a sign of weakness. So how do you develop the skills and tools you need to successfully navigate your way through life as an HSP? As someone attuned to the emotions of everyone around you, how can you protect yourself against emotional overwhelm, negative energy, and psychological distress? In The Highly Sensitive: How to Find Inner Peace, Develop Your Gifts, and Thrive, you will realize why high sensitivity is a gift that requires careful management. You will discover how to solve the common problems faced by HSPs the world over and how to live a happy, fulfilling life that lets you use your abilities to the fullest. Specifically, you will discover:
  • What it means to be an HSP, and what sets HSPs apart from the general population
  • How to cope with emotional overwhelm
  • How to protect yourself from the negative energy of other people
  • How to cleanse yourself of toxic energy and live in harmony with your environment
  • How to form healthy relationships
  • How to set boundaries and say “no” to people and situations that are not right for you
Empower yourself by downloading this invaluable guide to living as an HSP. Within just a few hours, you will develop an in-depth understanding of your true self and begin to realize your full potential. This book is packed with helpful advice and strategies you can use to live a balanced and meaningful life as an HSP. You can start implementing the simple yet powerful techniques in this book today!

Praise and Reviews

Not available

About the Author

Judy Dyer is a Canadian girl with an open spirit and passion to help empaths. Judy writes books for those who have a natural ability to tune in to the feelings of others. She has made it her mission to share her lifelong experiences and comprehensive research on the many benefits and blessings associated with being an empath. After graduating from Harvard University in the Department of Psychology, she quickly discovered her passion for writing and a goal of sharing her most valued life lessons in hopes of helping others. Judy is a wife and mother of two young daughters. While she's lived in Vancouver, BC for the past 18 years, she always remembers the importance of travelling to broaden an education. She is a frequent visitor of England, California, and New Zealand. When not writing, Judy enjoys spending time horseback riding with her daughters and relaxing at the lake. Judy loves to hear from her readers.
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