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Hello Peaches, I am also highly sensitive and it does making dating harder. I've always tried to be there for them and make them feel good about themselves but lately I've been going through a rough time, and instead of being supported or helped I was told I was being "always negative".

I over anayse both what I say and do and what the other person says. It hurt a lot, and tbh will make it harder for me to trust going forward.

And, because HSPs make up about 20% of the population, you are sure to come into contact with many of them, so why not make the most of those relationships; social, business and romantic.

hese are sure to be interesting evenings learning about and discussing the trait of high sensitivity.

(Photo from Facebook/Speakeasy.) Therapist Sharon M. Barnes works with creative, sensitive, intense, intelligent people, and addresses this sense of being an outsider, a misfit, or exiled, that so many people experience.

It seems that women who are highly sensitive may be harmed by this more than highly sensitive men, but highly sensitive men aren't immune, either. e think it may be because highly sensitive people process deeply and are so feeling-based that they tend to get physically involved with the new person in their life well before they really get to know them. Meetups visit the Internet Links page and click on the Highly Sensitive People Meetup link to learn more, sign up and join our HSP Meetup group, and to RSVP for our next "Meetup." I'm also a Certified ASR™ Educator of the WANT lnstitute and fully trained in Androgynous Semantic Realignment (ASR),™ Dr.

They couldn't always put a name to it or even expain what was happening.

But it didn't feel good and the harder they tried, the worse it got.

It takes time to develop the knowledge to navigate successfully and create a harmonious relationship, a relationship respecting, understanding and accepting each others; different traits, characteristics and temperament, whatever they might be. (Map to SHARE Center) These are sure to be interesting evenings learning about and discussing the trait of high sensitivity.

In addition, we also recommend you consider looking for equity in a relationship, rather than equality, and look for someone who complements your personality. If you're an HSP, they'll be evenings of learning to understand yourself better, and if you're a Non-HSP you'll learn how to better understand the Highly Sensitive People in your life.

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