- 2 Manuscripts - Highly Sensitive People Going Strong & Love and Relationship as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP Book 3)
- Narrated by: Rachel Perry
- Length: 2 hrs and 15 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-02-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Josephine T. Lewis
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Part one: In Highly Sensitive People Going Strong, you will learn:
The traits that may come along with being hishly Sensitive and how they give you an advantage in life
How to live with your senses when it comes to life itself, your social interactions, your job, relationships, and as a parent and why being highly sensitive is considered a plus
Scenarios that may occur in your life and how to handle them with coping skills and life tips
Thorough explanations for why highly sensitive people are hardwired the way they are so that you can better understand how your senses make you who you are
A clear definition of what it actually means to have high sensitivity so that you can rule out the common misconceptions you may have heard about it, so that you can learn that it is a useful trait and not a disability
Part two: In Love and Relationships as a Highly Sensitive Person, you will discover insights into:
Understanding yourself as a highly sensitive person
Understanding a highly sensitive partner/person
Navigating relationships as a highly sensitive person
How high sensitivity influences our personal relationships and choices in relationships
These books provide proven tips and strategies for living as an empathic person - at home, on the job, and in social settings.
With this inspirational and practical knowledge, you can cope with your empathy - and use it to improve your life!
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By Senshin on 07-05-18
First of all: this is a book for HSPs, and they chose THIS narrator!!? I had to take a break every 5 min. because her voice is horrible and robotic.
This is a waste of time. It's HIGHLY generalizing (!) and adds nothing you can't find in every article online about HSP.
Instead I recommend reading "The Highly Sensitive Person" by Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D.
and "Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking" by Susan Cain
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By Lucy on 08-04-17
helped me to understand myself
I decided to read the book after watching a youtuber reviewing it and I'm very glad I did. It has helped me to realise that being sensitive is okay , infact alot of the time it's an advantage.I also like that it gives coping strategies on how to help dampen too much stimuli and leave situations I feel uncomfortable in , as sometimes I find it hard to do. If you yourself believe you are sensitive or know someone who is , and want to understand their mindset more clearly, I recommend this.