Books for Highly Sensitive Children & Adults Hi everyone, I am giving away my books free for 2 days. If you are highly sensitive or have a highly sensitive child, are interested in colour sensitivity, or would like to let go of some negative thought and emotional patterns and find more health and fulfilment, then … Continue reading Free Books on Living with High Sensitivity this Weekend – Sat 26th and Sun 27th May!
Hi everyone, I have been investigating the relationship between light/colour sensitivity and sensory processing disorder. My son and I both have an usual experience of seeing the coloured light waves in the atmosphere and we both have sensory processing disorder. The way we see light affects our perception of colour and can give us multiple … Continue reading New Book on Light Sensitivity “I Can’t Sit on That Red Chair!”
There are times when the only thing that resonates with you comes from you. On those days everything around you feels too much for you. Today everything around me is too much and if I was to describe the 'too much' I would have to relive it and that would be TOO much! This … Continue reading Being Highly Sensitive – When Everything is Too Much!
How frustrating it must be for people who aren't highly sensitive to watch and try to interpret the behaviours of the highly sensitive! My husband and I are always having a discussion about when is anxiety really anxiety when it comes to high sensitivity. To discuss this here lets first define anxiety A definition … Continue reading Highly Sensitive People – An Appearance of Anxiety – A Confession!
How can you be tested to find the right coloured tints for yourself when you have an extreme sensitivity to colour? When I was tested by an Irlen diagnostician I had quite an extreme reaction to most of the lenses. Just picking them up in my hands I would feel a change in my nervous … Continue reading Irlen Syndrome – Too Sensitive to Tint
You know that feeling when you keep doing all the little things so you can get to that one big thing you really want do, and then when you get there, all your energy has gone to do it? I have that a lot! This makes me feel disappointed and confused and more than that … Continue reading Don’t Forget to Create a ‘Nothing to Do’ Folder!
I have always suffered with separation anxiety and still do as an adult but slowly slowly I am finding my way through the complex maze that is this condition. For me the anxiety is that bad that I haven't wanted my husband to go out to the corner shop or the doctors without me. I … Continue reading What is Really at the Heart of Adult Separation Anxiety?