Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSIn today’s episode, I talk about the most interesting parts of this great interview of Dr. Elaine Aron on Reset.me. It’s about genetic studies and stuff.
Ok, ok, that doesn’t sound very exciting, does it?
Take #2. In today’s episode, I talk about why high sensitivity hasn’t been bred out of humans (in an evolutionary sense) and that HSPs might be more likely to be thrive (or, conversely, suffer) than non-HSPs, depending on their upbringing. SCIENCE!
Resources mentioned in this episode: Please check out the source for the summarized content of this episode: this interview on Reset.me of Dr. Elaine Aron by Lynn Parramore
Another helpful resource: Dr. Elaine’s explanation of the evidence behind the traits of high sensitivity
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Podcast music attribution: By the Coast (2004) (Antony Raijekov) / CC BY-NC 2.5
Thanks for your engaging and informative podcast. Elaine Aron comments on one of our strong advantages as highly sensitive people: “I know ALL HSPs are creative, by definition.” But she points out a vulnerability (especially from a less than emotionally healthy and supportive life) that can interfere with that: “Many have squashed their creativity because of their low self-esteem; many more had it squashed for them, before they could ever know about…One of the best ways to make life meaningful for an HSP is to use that creativity.”
– From my article: “Elaine Aron on the trait of high sensitivity” http://highlysensitive.org/46/
Could you change the location?
I’m not sure what you mean–the location of what?
Short, sweet, to the point, FRExaeE-ctly as information should be!