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Unread 12-24-2011, 07:50 AM   #1
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5 Gifts of Being Highly Sensitive
http://psychcentral.com/blog/archive...hly-sensitive/
By Therese J. Borchard
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Thanks for sharing this. I just read it to my teen daughter who is suffering from sever anxiety...it brought a smile to her face and made her feel not so alone. Thanks!
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thank you very much for the link to this article
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You're very welcome. I think it's brilliant. I could so relate to it when I read it.

Strangely enough I was at PsychCentral just a few days ago looking for another article and came across this one again. I knew I'd posted it here somewhere, but wasn't sure which forum.
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My appreciation for posting this, Lara.
Helped bring a bit of peace this evening, to my relapsed/tormented being.
Easily 'forgotten' along the way of TBI/PCS & ?), I 'lost' that awareness that I was indeed a HSP *pre* MVC/TBI.
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Default Emotions and Sensitivity

More about HSP

Emotions and Sensitivity: An Interview with Michael Jawer
By Therese J. Borchard
from PsychCentral - World of Psychology

Are You Thin or Thick Skinned? Knowing Your Emotional Type
By Therese J. Borchard
from PsychCentral - World of Psychology

Knowing Your Emotions: Internal Triggers
By Karyn Hall, PhD
from PsychCentral

Ted Zeff - On Highly Sensitive Boys and Men

Healing the Highly Sensitive Male
August 2010: Comfort Zone ONLINE
Healing the Highly Sensitive Male
by Ted Zeff, Ph.D.
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A great article, thanks
It helped me some, given me a new way to think on it.
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Welcome to the NeuroTalk Support Groups. I hope you find comfort and support here. I'm so sorry your life has been so miserable that you call yourself boy of misery. Maybe that can change.

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