How To Set Personal Boundaries as Highly Sensitive Person

Do you know what setting boundaries are? Honestly, boundaries was something I became very familiar with in my mid twenties. It was quiet foreign to me before than until I had to learn how important it is to me to protect my energy.  It was right around the time I become more aware of my anxiety triggers, and learning of being empath & highly sensitive person.  I was also afraid to tell people how feel, or speak up for myself and agree with things to avoid disagree. All signs I was lacking setting personal boundaries. To add, working on my blog, taking pictures, obligations, invitations, and expectations. I was stretched out paper thin. After a long day of working, mood changes, doing for others and making sure and such; I was so drained. As an empath and a highly sensitive person, it is very important to me to guard my energy.  To protect my energy I learned that setting boundaries is very important for my mental health. On today’s post I will share 10 ways on how to set boundaries for empaths and for the highly sensitive. Boundaries are your responsibility. You decide what is and isn’t allowed in your …

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How To Stop Taking Things Personally? |For the Highly Sensitive Person

Most people know that I am highly sensitive/empath.  So you would not be surprise that I often take things PERSONALLY , even the small things.  Let me tell you I dealt with some triggering stuff and took it straight to heart. How can I stop taking things so personally? Those that have strong personalities can make me feel bad in an instant. Sometimes I misread into a joke and take it as an insults.  A simple critique can make me feel worthless. I rush to conclusions and the next thing I know I am a sobbing mess. I am highly sensitive and those that are highly sensitive process information very deeply and intensely. If you want to hear more about me being a highly sensitive person click here. Know this words really matter to us. This is a part of me however over the years I  have been working with my emotional response and how I process information. Taking things personally is often times left me emotionally drained and constantly seeking out  for reassurance. Does this sound like you? Do you take things personally? On today’s blog post I am going to being sharing a few tips on how now …

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