Would it help to know that Being Highly-Sensitive includes Positive Traits?

Approximately 15 to 30 percent of the population has the gene that makes them highly-sensitive.

We are the people that were called “too sensitive”. At last, a time has come where sensitivity is more often acknowledged as a gift rather than a fault. In fact, the term highly-sensitive is now in use and embraced in the counseling communities and educational communities.

Personally, I think highly-sensitive people are extraordinary because of their high degree of awareness. They feel the undercurrents in a room or a gathering and know when to stay and when to leave. With encouragement to always take care of themselves and to advocate for their own well-being in all situations, they thrive.

Traits of highly-sensitive people include: They…

  • become overwhelmed when they have a lot to do.
  • find noisy environments chaotic. feel uncomfortable in large public crowds, in a room full of people talking, or when too many things are occurring simultaneously.
  • feel uncomfortable when exposed to bright lights, loud sounds, & strong scents.
  • startle easily at sudden noises, fast traffic, or other unpleasant surprises.
  • often feel upset when watching or reading negative news in the media. Dislikes “shock” entertainment (i.e. intensely scary or violent).
  • often feel awkward in group situations and feels unable to be oneself.
  • feel hurt easily.
  • worries about what others are thinking.
  • has difficulty letting go of negative thoughts and emotions.
  • feel physical symptoms (stress/headache) when something unpleasant happens.
  • has bad days that lead to eating or sleeping too much or too little.
  • experience tension or anxiety.
  • tend to “beat themselves up” when falling short of own expectations.
  • are afraid of rejection, even in relatively minor situations.
  • compare themselves with others often (in physical, relational, social, work, financial), and experiences unhappy feelings.
  • tend to take things personally.
  • get “hangry.”
  • choke when they’re under observation.
  • are deeply moved by the arts.
  • recognize other people’s discomfort.alone

Being sensitive is an asset and a beautiful way of being.

If you feel you have suffered because of your sensitivity, I can help. With the use of Theta Healing, I can release the shock and trauma and offer downloads of new positive, helpful perspectives for you plus help you release your judgments of your unique awesomeness.

Contact me and we can talk about how I can help.