Strategies for Sensitive People.

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Do you curse yourself for being sensitive? When you get criticized or are surrounded by negativity, do you feel deflated and weak?

Instead of looking at your sensitivity as a liability, I want you to embrace it. After all, it’s part of what makes you, you.

Being a sensitive person myself, I know how a confrontation or a judgement can take the wind out of you. So here are 3 strategies to help you embrace your sensitivity and actually grow from it.

Check out the video below to learn how.

Got something to share?  I’d love to know…Are you sensitive? If so, what do you do when faced with a sensitive situation?

Please share your comments below. This is about community. We’re all going through this together so let’s help and support each other!

As always, thank you for reading, watching and contributing!

Here’s to getting shift done and creating a rich, fulfilling and delicious life you love!

Carly Cooper

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2 comments
coachcarly
coachcarly moderator

Thanks for sharing that Kathy! I'm so happy for you that you got to that realization and are experiencing the freedom that comes with letting go! 

kathyashley
kathyashley

What a great message today, it really resonates with me. I am a very sensitive person also, and always believed that my sensitivities were all coming from within me. Some of them do for sure, but I think most of it is that I very easily pick up on others' emotions and feelings. I used to feel a lot of confusing turmoil inside when I was around certain other people -- because I could feel their emotions so accurately, I took them on as my own. I used to think 'what did I do to make them do, say, or act that way toward me?'. When I learned what was actually happening, it became very obvious to me that their feelings had nothing at all to do with me and everything to do with them. I was able to finally stop blaming myself for others' issues. Freedom!