• HSP,  INFJ,  Study

    Starting a New Chapter

    Things have to change. I WANT things to change. It’s time to grab the bull by the horns and make the changes I want and I am about to do something really positive in the new year. I’m going back to studying. Of the different jobs I’ve had throughout my life, the only job I’ve had that suited my personality was working as a mortician and funeral assistant. I loved doing that work because it allowed me to care for someone’s loved one and make that whole process a little more gentle on the family and friends of the deceased. My caring nature also made it easy to help people…

  • HSP

    Lie Detection – A Superpower

    What’s one of the worst things we can experience? Being lied to. To our faces!!! That breach of trust cuts most of us deeply, it is such a horrible thing to feel that someone cannot for whatever reason be honest. Oh, I know we all lie at times but mostly they’re harmless enough – little white lies. “The dog ate my homework” “I had a dodgy curry last night so I can’t come into work” “No, I didn’t take the last cookie” “I can’t go out tonight, I’ve got a headache” People mostly lie to protect themselves or others and most aren’t going to result in the end of the world…

  • HSP

    Adviser or Warrior

    HSPs are estimated to be among 15-20% of the population. Elaine Aron is the one who first coined the term Highly Sensitive Person and has written quite a lot on the subject but she wasn’t the first person to acknowledge this in people. Carl Jung first wrote about this but called it something else. It was something like innate intuitiveness or sensitivity. Search Google and you’ll find it. Better still, read a book. Forgive me, dear reader, this is not a formal or educational blog so you will need to put up with my amazing ability to forget important things. I’m here to share myself.  Elaine Aron describes HSPs as…