What are the best low stress jobs for introverts and sensitive people? Find out what makes a job stressful and a list of career and work ideas.
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Which careers and jobs will best fit your highly sensitive person traits? Here, I discuss the best work for HSPs and which careers to avoid.
Stress from a job can sometimes be alleviated by doing one thing: caring less. This might be easier said than done for a Highly Sensitive Person, who just cares *so* much about everything.
Do you find yourself saying, “I don’t want to bother you” a lot? Do you constantly worry about bothering others? You may be a people pleaser.
I worked in an office environment for around ten years, with most of that time either in a cubicle or in a big room with other people. A lot of the time, I hated it.
Do you feel claustrophobic or suffocated in a stuffy room with no air movement–and it feels hard to breathe? You aren’t alone.
Are you looking for a gift for an introverted, highly sensitive friend, co-worker, or family member? Then this list is for you. Featured are presents for people who are overwhelmed by social and environment stimuli, are empathic, sensitive to beauty, and cherish privacy and peacefulness. (And don’t forget to treat yourself!)
Are you a Highly Sensitive Person who wants to change your job? Here are resources on how to get started, including starting your own business!
Are you easily overwhelmed by long gatherings with family and friends? Here are some tips on how to deal with big parties.
I’m sensitive to horror movies and violence because it stays with me a long time. So I avoid this type of entertainment. I hate scary movies!
Anticipatory grief is a grief reaction that occurs before an impending loss, typically, the death of someone close to you. Anyone can experience it. But for HSPs, anticipatory grief can be extremely intense.
So many people come to this site searching for information on the best jobs for highly sensitive people! And I’m going to tell you what I believe is the best option.
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.