Posts about Traits
Did you know that HSPs and people with narcissistic personality disorder tend to be attracted to each other? Nikki explains what a narcissist is, why HSPs can be drawn to them, the difference between a narcissist vs. sociopath personality, and more.
I interviewed highly sensitive men to learn about the challenges and benefits of their trait, and how they deal with it.
30% of HSPs are extroverts, who walk a tightrope between desiring/requiring social interactions– and feeling overwhelmed. In this post, learn how extroverted HSPs cope and thrive!
Here’s an incident–involving challah bread–that nicely illustrates the difference between a highly sensitive person and someone without the trait.
High Sensation Seekers (HSS) are people who seek out activities or behaviors that allow them to reach a high mental or physical arousal level. Are you an HSS HSP?
If I have one thing to do in a day, it weighs on me all day long. Even if it’s something enjoyable. There will be a kernel of anxiety in my brain all day, until the event happens.
A bus screeched to a stop in front of me as I waited to cross the street. I grimaced and instinctively covered my ears. It literally HURT my ears.