Apr 27th, 2018
Introverts and Highly Sensitive People (HSP’s) have often been misunderstood by society. In some cultures they’re seen as abnormal and defective. But it’s not the introvert or the HSP that’s broken, but society’s understanding of them that has become skewed and dysfunctional.
Being an introvert doesn’t mean that you’re socially anxious or shy, it just means that you need more space than others to recharge and introspect. To feel intensely, like an HSP, is not a weakness, but a sign of being a truly alive and compassionate being.
If you’re an introvert or an HSP who’s struggling with acknowledging and tapping into your unique strengths, then you’ll love this week’s post. Being both an introvert and HSP, I have drawn from own experience and research to highlight our strengths. By listening to this podcast you’ll get a sense of how you can use your abilities to improve your life and the life of others.