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#Highly Sensitive People: Do you appreciate and utilize your gifts?

#Highly Sensitive People: Do you appreciate and utilize your gifts? | Sparkles | Scoop.it

By Cliff Harwin. "Do you take for granted the talents/gifts that you possess? If I were to ask you to list your strengths and weaknesses, you'd probably list more weak points than strong ones. Why are we so critical of ourselves? Could it be that we assume if something comes easy to us that it’s not a valuable skill or strength? Maybe we’re trying to be too perfect and anything we do well is not quite good enough."


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Douglas Eby's curator insight, July 3, 2013 11:46 AM

>>See more quotes by Harwin in my post: Are You A Highly Sensitive Person? Be More Creative.
http://blogs.psychcentral.com/creative-mind/2013/06/are-you-a-highly-sensitive-person-be-more-creative/
Also see my post Gifts and challenges of being highly sensitive
http://highlysensitive.org/330/gifts-and-challenges-of-being-highly-sensitive/
[Photo from post: Is uncommon intelligence or intensity a gift?
http://highability.org/556/is-uncommon-intelligence-a-gift/

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Are you a highly sensitive person? | Creative Life Changes

Are you a highly sensitive person? | Creative Life Changes | Sparkles | Scoop.it
In her book, Highly Sensitive People, Elaine Aron describes HSPs as people who react strongly to external stimulation, such as sudden loud noises, overly bright lights, and even to other people's moods or to violent movies ...

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#Highly Sensitive People: Can you let go? | Highly Sensitive Thoughts

It's important to note that during this time, I didn't know that I was highly sensitive and what this meant. My instincts told me that whatever decision I made, would affect me, monetarily and psychologically, for the rest of my life.

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