Highly sensitive people, remember these 10 things when you feel anxious. We’ve all felt anxious at some point in our lives.
Anxiety is that jittery feeling you get before something big happens, like a first date, a job interview, or moving to a new house. Your palms sweat, your heart beats fast, and you feel like there’s a ball of lead in your gut. You might have a hard time falling asleep, relaxing, or concentrating, because your thoughts are racing. Your stomach might be too upset to eat, or you might eat too much. You might cry more or have an overwhelming desire to seek reassurance from someone.
As highly sensitive people (HSPs), we tend to be creative and have active minds. Because of a biological difference in our nervous system, we absorb more stimulation from our environment — like noise, small details that others miss, and even other people’s emotions — which can lead us to feel overwhelmed. Remember these things when you feel anxious. 1. Being highly sensitive is a package deal — you get the bad with the good. 2. 3. 4.
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Hey there anon. I’m glad to hear you’ve decided to talk to somebody! I understand that you’re in a tough position now - telling somebody is a big step and being afraid of the outcome is completely normal. Hopefully, this person will react well - try and help them understand by providing resources and, most importantly, let them know what you’d like them to do. Being open about your needs will help the other person figure out how to act in this situation and, hopefully, encourage them to respond well. Coping Statements for Anxiety. Making the Most of Your Mistakes. Graphic Stock Early on–like when we don’t make the grade, or get picked by the team–we learn that failure doesn’t feel good.
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