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Grab your coziest blanket and listen in with psychotherapist, author, and fellow HSP April Snow as she deep-dives into the inner lives of Highly Sensitive People - those of us who live with our hearts and eyes wide open. Through these rich and insightful conversations, you’ll hear inspiring stories of how you can move beyond overwhelm, uncover your unique sensitive strengths, and step into a more fulfilling and nurturing life.
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Don't be so sensitive

Joey Francisco andMax Power

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The purpose of this cast is to talk about things people are too sensitive to talk about, but they shouldn't be. No topic is off limits; race, religion, politics. We can all, be people, we can all, be civil, so don't be so sensitive. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/max-power2/support
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Time Sensitive

The Slowdown

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A podcast featuring candid, revealing long-form interviews with curious and courageous people about their life and work through the lens of time. Host Spencer Bailey speaks with leading minds on how they think about time broadly and how specific moments in time have shaped who they are today. Explore more at timesensitive.fm
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The Highly Sensitive Humans Podcast offers insight into the world of the Highly Sensitive Person, and helps those who identify with the traits of high sensitivity to feel more empowered and resilient without denying their authentic gifts.
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This podcast is created for highly sensitive leaders who feel overwhelmed and / or anxious. It is designed to support them to embrace their strengths and gifts so they can feel more confident in their own mind and body and live free of anxiety, a life with intention, purpose and more importantly, joy. Kate is a fellow HSP, has a BA hons degree in Education, is a fully trained and qualified professional coach and NLP practitioner and has over 17 years of teaching and over 4 years of coaching ...
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Learning U: A Guide To Meaningful Work For Sensitives, Creatives, And Empaths

Hannah Blackwell, PhD - Professor, Speaker, Coach To Sensitives, Creatives, and Empaths

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Welcome to Learning U, the podcast for sensitives, creatives, and empaths who are looking to trade soul-sucking work for their soul work. Here, we uncover your purpose, help you find meaningful work you love, and sharpen your sensitivity superpowers so that you can live a happy, healthy, harmonious life. I’m your host, Dr. Hannah Blackwell. I’m a professor, speaker, coach, and a lover of country music, rainy days, and road trips. I honestly believe you were guided here for a reason and I lit ...
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Sensitive Success is about redefining these concepts to help you create a life and business that works for you. Founder of the Sensitive Success Summit, Frida Kabo’s mission is to help you create Sensitive Success your way. Frida and her guests share actionable strategies, authentic stories, and thought-provoking explorations for greater meaning, success, flow, productivity, alignment, health, contribution, and fulfilment. All to help you create sensitive success your way - because that is p ...
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Marriage Coach and HSP Love Expert Hannah Brooks teaches sensitive women how to not only have an easier marriage but to have a marriage where love, understanding, lightness, and connection gets deeper every day. Highly Sensitive people have unique differences that lead to predictable challenges in committed relationships, and sometimes even the deterioration of love. Right now your marriage might feel difficult: you may get upset easily, feel weighed down by resentment, hurt, irritation. It ...
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Cosmic Tickle is a show for sensitive, intuitive & empaths who want to stop overthinking, stressing and embody an authentic life of purpose, using and sharing their gifts, and do it on their terms. This means embracing all your uniqueness and magical humanity... and creating more authentic, sustainable ways of being and working. Here you can expect stories, anecdotes, and insights about our perfectly messy minds, our unique path, living in flow, self-love, empowerment, and deep fulfilment. M ...
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Sensitive Matters is a podcast that features gentle conversations on sensitive, important matters such as mental health, conscious consumerism, sexuality, spirituality, ethical business, and more. The conversations are hosted by Christina Zipperlen a highly sensitive person, the founder & designer of the Bali-based jewelry brand Ananda Soul, psychology student, and mental health & LGBTQAI+ advocate. Join her as she brings other empaths, perceptive people, creatives, unique projects, and sens ...
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Highly Sensitive Money gives Highly Sensitive People (HSP) who are passionate about social justice resources to align their money with their values. Join me, Diana Gisel Yañez, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and Registered Life Planner™, as I coach HSPs, interview experts, and share my own journey discovering the gifts of my sensitivity and how it relates to money. The first season will be released Feb 21, 2024 and you’ll get an episode weekly for ten weeks.
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Parenting is the hardest job ever – and parenting a highly sensitive child who’s struggling can feel downright impossible. If you’re suffering through endless meltdowns, walking on eggshells to avoid your child’s huge emotions, and losing sleep worrying that you’re failing your child, you’ve landed in the right place. I’m Dr. Hilary Mandzik – clinical psychologist, parenting specialist, and mom of 3. And I’m here to help you feel GOOD about parenting your highly sensitive child. Join me each ...
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In this podcast, we explore how sensitivity weaves itself into our lives. We talk about the richness that it adds, and the strengths we have BECAUSE of our sensitivity and some of the challenges it poses as well. If you are a Creative, a deep thinker, a deep feeler, neurodivergent, autistic, a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or identify as INFJ or ENFJ, you may enjoy the in-depth conversations where we talk openly and honestly about how we experience life. This is a podcast wher ...
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Sensitively Flourishin Podcast

Anniecea’s Flourishing Dreams(AFD)

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Anniecea’s Flourishing Dreams presents Sensitively Flourishing with your host Yasmin. Have you ever been called sensitive, a crybaby, thin-skinned, etc? Guess what me too! Sensitively Flourishing is a safe space for like-minded individuals to discuss and learn ways to flourish in life while embracing our sensitivity. Listen to every Friday for tips and tools to embrace and incorporate your sensitivity as you flourish through life. For all updates follow us on Instagram @sensitivelyflourishin ...
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SOCIETY’S CHILD | Trauma-Informed Education, Trauma-Sensitive Schools, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Trish Zenczak, Trauma-Responsive Education Specialist; Speaker, Christian Educator Coach & Author

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👉Are you feeling stretched to the limit on time so the demand for connecting, understanding and responding to your troubled students gets pushed to the back burner? 👉Do you feel you have little understanding and resources of how to apply the trauma-informed strategies you’ve learned and you keep asking yourself, “now what?” 👉Do you find yourself alone in a sea of “traditional approaches to student behavior” and yearn for simple ways of applying the new trauma-responsive strategies in your cl ...
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I am on a mission to bring awareness to this unique character trait which 15-20% of people are born with. Being a highly sensitive person (HSP) is not a disorder nor a disease so there is nothing to correct as we are gifted with many strengths. We explore our strengths and shadows so that we become unstoppable.
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The Highly Sensitive Leadership Podcast

Karina Antonopoulos: Social Entrepreneur, Life Strategist, Mentor, and Vlogger

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A monthly podcast dedicated to teaching Highly Sensitive People how to step forward as an Aspiring Sensitive Leader so you can feel confident in your own skin by embracing your natural gifts and strengths as the Royal Advisor that you are.
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Sensitive Podcast

Anita & Cecilia

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Navigating life in our modern, fast paced world as a highly sensitive person. Anita and Cecilia are both highly sensitive people, trying to make sense of themselves and the world around them. They're on similar journeys of self-discovery, and invite you along for the ride as they share their thoughts and perceptions. http://www.sensitivepodcast.weebly.com
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A Podcast where a couple of guys comment on everything from Current Events to Television, Movies, and everything in between that impacts our society and culture. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sociallysensitive/support
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Anything being said. No feelings hurt. Everything goes. Topics picked daily. Please ask questions if you have them. this group is not for people who are sensitively hurt about a topic. This page is here to assist you if assistance is needed.
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The Sensitive Subject

The Sensitive Subject

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Hii!! Welcome to The Sensitive Subject family! Brothers and sisters we made this podcast to become one! This is our safe space to discuss all topics that are sensitive to our hearts and even controversial. This is a place of positivity, uplifting one another, on a higher frequency. So join us, so we can all grow together through this journey.
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Jen brings you insightful, cutting edge tools and knowledge into parenting a child who feels deeply - aka a sensitive child. Jen covers topics that will help you to help your child feel happy and calm so that they can get on with enjoying their life... Follow us on Instagram @thehighlysensitivechild Find helpful resources to support your child at www.thehighlysensitivechild.co.uk
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Welcome to For Us, The Sensitive. This podcast is about the sociology of life. We discuss love and human interaction in relation to society. The host also interviews professionals on these subjects. Weekly episodes every Mondays. Host: Tumi Adegoroye
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This is the Wild Sensitive Souls Podcast where we hold space for grief. In this space we reclaim our grief as Holy. Sacred. Deeply Valid. In this season, we'll talk about being highly sensitive, about pressure and perfection around grief and about finding magic and hope on the journey.
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Sensitive and Strong

Annet de Zwart, Professional Certified Coach and International Consultant on High Sensitivity.

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Welcome to Sensitive and Strong! I know how easy it is to think your sensitivity is your biggest weakness, but I’m going to show you that your sensitivity is your biggest strength! All the different aspects of being sensitive are discussed, but also the joys of being an HSP, we’ll have inspiring guests and give you all kinds of tips and tools to use it as a strength. Presented by Annet de Zwart, life coach trained by dr. Elaine Aron. https://highsensitivecoaching.com/home/
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Welcome to 'Empower in Flow: Unleashing Your Highly Sensitive Potential'—the podcast that helps you turn your sensitivities into a powerhouse 🌟 I'm Lina, your guide in embracing your authentic self 🧘‍♀️ We'll explore strategies to manage sensory overload, quiet overthinking, set boundaries, and harness your sensitivity as a gift 🎁 Each episode offers insights, stories, and tips to navigate life as an HSP. You'll gain tools to trust your intuition, express your needs, and design a life of eas ...
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Quel and Rose are two friends who both identify as "sensitive souls" and use introspection to navigate through life. With this podcast (formerly known as the coffeeshop chronicles) they take their regular conversations exploring life, wellbeing and personal development from the coffee shop to you with an impromptu chat. The term "sensitive souls" materialised as a definition for our safe space of meaningful discussion on themes centring human behaviour, emotional wellbeing, mental health, sp ...
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More deep-thinking, meaning-seeking, socially-conscious people are discovering they are highly sensitive (HSP). Yet most discussions in positive psychology (PP), the scientific study of human thriving, and in productivity, are geared toward the 80% (non-HSPs). We're here to change that. This podcast is a place to cultivate your innate sensitive strengths and experiment with PP and productivity practices tailored specifically for HSPs. With each episode gain inspiration and practical actions ...
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Host Rose Cox, Transformational Coach and Business Strategist, shares inspiring and thought-provoking conversations for sensitive entrepreneurs wanting to grow profitable online businesses in a way that feels exciting and aligned with their soul. Rose and her expert guests share science-backed advice, sound strategies and the systems they use to succeed in their businesses and their lives.
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Sensitive Teeth

with Ian and friends!

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**Due to tragic reasons, the ST team will be taking a break for a while. We look forward to offending you soon again, but we got shit we gotta take of, we love you, and we hope you understand**Ian talks with friends about life in Amsterdam, about what you say? Who cares, it doesn't matter. We shouldn't be doing this in the first place. Hot takes and carrot cake! These guys and gals chum it up and rip it down on all things sensitive. Did you brush and floss today?! Hope ya' goddamn did, this ...
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Sensitivity and neurodivergence are a gift when they are balanced and tuned. But when it is highly charged and without toning and control it can feel unbearable, leading us to act, think and feel in ways which do not align with our true selves. The Sensitive Being Podcast is here to help you to gain clarity through the synthesised lens of western medicine, psychology, natural medicine, spirituality and yogic philosophy.
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Do you experience joy, discomfort, empathy, and emotions very intensely? Are you easily overstimulated or bothered by small changes in your environment? You aren’t alone, in fact, you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). In this podcast, host, blogger, (and HSP herself) Kelly shares real-life experiences that may have you nodding and thinking: “I thought I was the only one who felt that way”! Introverts and people with shyness and social anxiety may also find comfort and camaraderie her ...
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Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU)

L&S: Liberty & Service National Security, LLC

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Promoting professional management of adversarial risks confronting the National Security of the United States of America. // A production of L&S: Liberty & Service National Security, LLC. DISCLAIMERS: *No actual sensitive information was disclosed in the making of this podcast. **Classification and sensitivity markings for training purposes only.
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Quiet Messenger is for the deep feelers, the sensitive rebels, the neurodivergent introverts with something BIG to say. Adria Sophia -- TEDx Speaker, Guide for Quiet Leaders, Messaging Weaver -- will help you tap into the message that moves you, embrace intuitive marketing in integrity with your values, and use your voice to share your truth clearly and courageously to call in your people and your next level of impact...without needing to change who you are. Uncover your unique way to show u ...
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Thinker Sensitive

Ryan Ragozine

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Thinking Better and Thinking Together about Life's Most Important Issues. A place to finally meet in the middle to think freely and reasonably about the big questions of life. Welcome to Thinker Sensitive. Thinking Better: Thinker Sensitive promotes and models free thinking, critical thinking, open thinking, charitable thinking, impartial thinking, mediating thinking, and nuanced thinking. We believe that all of these values are key ingredients to sound thinking, which opens up the possibili ...
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The Food Sensitive's Podcast

Ken Brown and Deni Van

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Chef Ken and Deni Van share their stories, strategies, and tips to help you navigate eating in a world where what’s in it doesn’t seem to matter to most people except to those who live with food sensitivities. Bringing awareness and education while helping people with food sensitivities to better every aspect of their life. Not in fear of eating food, but having the knowledge and confidence to cook, shop, and eat out for themselves or for their family members who always have to ask - what’s ...
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Wondering what to do instead of punishing your highly sensitive child? You landed in the right place. ace. This episode uncovers why punishment isn't the best route and shares practical alternatives for long-term success. Here's the deal: Any approach that pits us against our child creates an unsafe environment and stunts positive development. By m…
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You've gotten to know Sam and Ian over the last six seasons of Time Sensitive, and by now, it should be clear what we do and don't like. Well, now we are forcing each other to embrace those things that we don’t like, as we continue a series called “Forced to Watch.” This week we play in to Sam's biggest fears, and every stereotype imaginable. It’s …
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156 An episode for both you and your spouse, especially if communication isn’t always the easiest thing between you or if one or both of you ever feel misunderstood or unheard. If you want to give your marriage the best chance to be the fulfilling connected one you want–the NEW marriage we talked about last episode– and your partner the very best c…
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In this episode of Society's Child, we dive deeper into the necessity of self-care and complete restoration for Christian educators. Learn how to rejuvenate your soul and prepare for a trauma-informed teaching environment through practical steps, biblical encouragement, and introspection. we explore the importance of professional and community supp…
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Are you constantly putting the needs of others before yourself and struggling to show up as your full self in relationships? In this solo episode I answer two listener questions: • Why do I feel so much resentment in my relationships? • How do you tell people you are an HSP? April Snow, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist and author in California. S…
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Friendships Paradigms: Monogamy and Polyamory and Platonic Partnerships Patricia discusses the concept of monogamy and polyamory in friendships and platonic partnerships. She explores how the traditional view of monogamy has a hierarchy when one person enters a romantic relationship. Neurodivergent folks often have closer friendships that are more …
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Sign up to Gosia's newsletter ✨http://eepurl.com/gVDn9j Introverted intuitives, empaths and many other highly sensitive folks have blind spots that make them susceptible to self-neglect, abuse, burnout and overwhelm. These are the unconscious ways of being that I see happening in my clients and this is what I know very well from my past experience.…
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If you're tuning into this episode, chances are you have big goals and dreams that you’re passionate about. But as a highly sensitive person (HSP), you might find yourself caught in endless thought spirals, analysing every possible angle of your dreams until you hit a wall of analysis paralysis. Sound familiar? In this episode, we’ll explore how yo…
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Joey's updates us on his job status, the joys of working graveyard shift, addressing my alcoholism (I meant Thurs. not Fri. no drinking), the benefits of cutting back, the difficult relationship between my daughter and me, workqe chisme, gay cop encounter, update on the website info and much more. Thanks for listening.--- Send in a voice message: h…
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While he may technically practice as a photographer, artist, and architect, Hiroshi Sugimoto could also be considered, from a wider-lens perspective, a chronicler of time. With a body of work now spanning nearly five decades, Sugimoto began making pictures in earnest in 1976 with his ongoing “Diorama” series. In 1980, he started what may be his mos…
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In this episode, I speak with Gretchen Bergantine, a Certified Transformational Nutrition and Mental Wellness Coach and highly Sensitive Person Coach. She works with Highly Sensitive People through 1:1 online coaching to help them stop using food and alcohol to self-soothe their overactive nervous system. We explore some of the struggles HSP can ha…
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Hey y'all! Not into networking? Today's episode outlines the very best communication tips to "conversate" in your unique way (for introverts, sensitives, empaths, and anti-socialites everywhere)! In today's world, we are more disconnected than ever. This episode is an exploration into the ways in which we can build real genuine authentic connection…
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Have you felt stuck between different parenting styles in a divorced relationship? Or even in a current relationship? This week’s episode dives into a listener’s question about supporting your child when a co-parent doesn’t parent the same way. It’s a common struggle, so this episode aims to offer valuable insight. You see, allowing each parent to …
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Hey y'all! Can music really change a heart? Can it impact your art? Is music really all that powerful? Today's episode is all about the power of music in meaning making, in both individual and collective identity development, and what that means for you on your journey to meaningful work and a life you love! My country music scholar comes out in th…
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In this episode of Society's Child, we explore the vital importance of self-care and restoration for Christian educators. Discover how embracing personal healing and rejuvenation can help you create a trauma-informed classroom environment. Reflect on Psalm 139:23-24 and learn practical steps for introspection, professional support, and physical wel…
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Ever find yourself relying on screen time to keep your little ones occupied? In this episode, I share the magical trick I discovered this past weekend that encouraged my 3-year-old to play independently for longer stretches. It’s all about creating an environment that supports independent play, without resorting to endless TV hours. Creating a deve…
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This week, open the Vault, dawn our purple, climb aboard our motorcycles, Jheri our curls, and go crazy for the Prince of Pop, as we celebrate the 40-year anniversary of Purple Rain! Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodcast Grab some Merch at TeePublic Big Heads Media…
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Hey y'all! Whose vision are you following? Today's episode explores 10 questions to help you uncover and own YOUR unique vision for work and life! In today's world, there are so many voices clamoring for our attention. This episode is an invitation to block out all those voices so that you can hear the one that matters -- your own. You will never f…
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Hey y'all! Have you ever questioned your intelligence because someone along the way told you that you weren't good at something? Today's episode is all about the idea of multiple intelligences and how we can use our unique intelligence to find meaningful work we love! Spoiler alert: YOU are intelligent! Listening to this podcast is evidence enough …
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Welcome to Learning U, the podcast for sensitives, creatives, and empaths who are looking to trade soul-sucking work for their soul work. Here, we uncover your purpose, help you find meaningful work you love, and sharpen your sensitivity superpowers so that you can live a happy, healthy, harmonious life. I’m your host, Dr. Hannah Blackwell. I’m a p…
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155 Sometimes you hear something that changes everything, and puts you in a state of mind that leads to finally being able to bring a big dream to life. This must listen episode may very well be that for you. Because if you are like most of the women I talk to and work with, you want a new level of intimacy with your spouse: a real partnership that…
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Ever notice how sibling dynamics shift when one child is highly sensitive? In this episode, we dive into this intricate family dance. Sibling conflict is normal and healthy, but it can get pretty triggering—especially with a deeply feeling child in the mix. If your family has been impacted by one (or more!) child's deep feelings and sensitivities, …
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In this episode of Monday Mindset Matters, we look at some essential steps for creating a peer support network for Christian educators. Building on the foundation of 1 Thessalonians 5:11, we explore how these networks can significantly reduce burnout, enhance job satisfaction, and provide vital emotional and professional support. Learn how to plan,…
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Are you in relationships where you feel lonely, exhausted, or used? In this episode, I talk with Julie Wrocklage, LPC about the emotional toll of being in one-sided relationships and: • The differences between a supportive, reciprocal relationship and a one-sided relationship where there’s no or little reciprocity • What makes highly sensitive peop…
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Attachment: Self-Compassion, Recognizing & Healing Unblended Parts Patricia and Jen discuss their personal experiences with attachment injuries and how it affects their relationship. They explore the challenges of communication and the impact of past traumas. Patricia shares insights from her recovery journey, drawing parallels between her eating d…
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In this episode of Monday Mindset Matters, we explore the importance of creating safe spaces for Christian educators through the power of peer support. Grounded in the biblical principles of 1 Thessalonians 5:11, we discuss how fostering supportive networks can enhance trauma-informed strategies in schools. You'll be encouraged to consider starting…
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Do you constantly seek external approval to feel good enough? You're not alone. This podcast episode dives into the art of self-validation and building a stronger sense of self-worth. Come and join me as we delve into: 🔹 Understanding Self-Validation: Discover why it's crucial to acknowledge your worth independently. 🔹 Self-Reflection Journaling: L…
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Picture this: One hot afternoon, my kids and I were playing outside when an argument erupted, causing one of my sons to storm inside in a fit of rage. Have you been there before too? It can be so hard trying to remain calm while managing HUGE emotions, and keeping your child from doing any real harm. But, we were able to get through this with one s…
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This week, we change things up a bit by profiling one of the most talked-about and viral movies from the last year. A stylized, seductive, and sinister “eat the rich” narrative. We’re all about to lose our minds. It’s Emerald Fennell’s Saltburn. Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodcast Grab so…
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Update on current events, fuck Appple computers, story time with Max Power, work chisme, depression, mental health awareness, Remaining Men Together, respecting the underdog, knowing your worth, working with retards, getting into voice acting and stand up, the stress of being a man, calling in drunk, the lies of history and technology, forensic sci…
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154 Other people in your life ( friends, family members', and even professional "authorities" in your life) are going to have opinions on your spouse and your relationship, and they may share them with you. If you don't know how to handle this well, you may end up making things even harder in your relationship. As highly sensitive people it can be …
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Recently, a thoughtful listener sent in a question about their child being unkind to a friend. Seeing kids be mean to their friends can be incredibly triggering, stirring up fears about their ability to maintain friendships in the future or even worries about them being alone. But it’s important to remember that kids are still learning. They might …
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In this episode, "Essential Self-Care Tips for Burned-Out Educators: Prioritizing Mental Health and Wellbeing," we take a look at practical strategies for educators to combat burnout and manage stress effectively as we renew and refresh over the summer. Discover how to create a personalized self-care plan that addresses physical, emotional, spiritu…
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Are you constantly doing more than you have the bandwidth for as an HSP? In this solo episode I answer two listener questions: • How do you NOT feel influenced by the pressure from the non-HSPs in your life to do more? • How do you manage social pressure/guilt that comes up when you need to recharge but feel you can’t say no? April Snow, LMFT is a …
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Healing Attachment Wounds: Navigating Tough Conversations with Love Patricia discusses her ongoing work on attachment wounds and her recent conversation with her mother about her childhood. She emphasizes the privilege of being able to have these conversations and acknowledges that not everyone has that opportunity. Patricia also explores expectati…
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Sign up to Gosia's newsletter ✨http://eepurl.com/gVDn9j As an INFJ I've had times of being completely overwhelmed by humanitarian and ecological crisis. Many idealists, empaths and highly sensitive people share this pain. Today I share some insights that are really helpful about it and completely changed how I approach this tendency. When you under…
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In this episode, discover "5 Ways Christian Educators Can Find Rest and Renewal This Summer." This episode looks at practical, faith-based strategies designed to rejuvenate your spirit and prepare you for the upcoming school year. From starting your day with prayer and reflection to setting intentional goals with God's wisdom, we explore how to mak…
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In this episode of Sensitive Change Makers, we tackle a topic that hits close to home for many of us: social awkwardness. Often confused with antisocial behaviour or mere introversion, social awkwardness has its own nuances, especially for those of us who are highly sensitive. Join me as I unpack the clinical definition of antisocial personality di…
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Have you ever taken your kids on a fun outing, only to face meltdowns once you get home? In this episode, I share my personal experience with this all-too-common scenario amongst highly sensitive children. Recently, I took my 3 kids to an off-Broadway production of The Lion King. We had an amazing time, but on the car ride home, traffic hit, and ch…
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Bon jour, and welcome to the show. Sam and Ian are dressed to the nines, and in a good mood, despite being scolded by that mean security guard on our way up the famed red palace steps last week when we (in our minds) attended the 77th Cannes Film Festival. Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodc…
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Feeling dread when it’s after school pick-up time? If you’re a parent of a highly sensitive child, you know exactly what I mean. The meltdowns, snarky responses, and tears can feel inevitable. It’s because, as their safe attachment figure, your child feels secure enough to let out all their pent-up emotions from the day once they see you. I recentl…
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As the school year winds down, it's crucial for trauma-informed educators to take time for self-care and renewal. In this episode, we explore effective strategies for recharging over the summer, building emotional resilience, and preparing for another year of impactful teaching. Discover three actionable tips to enhance your well-being and strength…
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Have you felt overwhelmed by grief or been pressured to get over it quickly? In this episode, I talk with Dr. Elizabeth Butler about finding your way through grief as a sensitive person and: • The unexpected ways grief can show up such as irritability, anxiety, and anger • How community support and rituals can support you in your processing of grie…
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Expansion and Contraction: Honoring Your Rhythms In this conversation, Patricia and Jen discuss their personal experiences with stress, burnout, and the challenges of navigating relationships. They explore the importance of self-compassion, the need for rest and downtime, and the impact of attachment wounds on their interactions. They also touch on…
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All highly sensitive and especially those with introverted intuition (my lovely INF folks, I'm waving at you!) have a tough time processing all changes in their life. Not just the negative changes can throw them off but also the positive, so called "happy" changes can become a big hurdle. When you understand the involvement of the mindbody factor y…
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As the school year winds down, educators have a unique opportunity to reflect and prepare for the future. This episode offers valuable insights into fostering a supportive and trauma-informed learning environment. By embracing principles of justice, mercy, and humility, teachers can cultivate fairness, empathy, and integrity in their classrooms, en…
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In this episode, I'm diving deep into a topic that's really close to my heart – health anxiety and being highly sensitive. I'll share some personal stories about my own struggles with panic attacks and how it felt like my body and mind were constantly at odds. We'll chat about how being highly sensitive can sometimes amplify those tiny shifts in ou…
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Shilpa was an overwhelmed mom of 4 kids under 5 who had tried everything — even quitting her job — to fix what wasn’t working in parenting (especially with her highly sensitive oldest child). From negative self-talk to beginning to dread each morning, Shilpa felt she had exhausted all her options, and she began to desperately seek change. In this w…
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This week, we dive into what star Anne Hathaway calls, “Carol meets Reservoir Dogs.” A stylish, deliciously dark, psychological thriller with a final act twist that will leave you shouting, “Come. On, Eileen.” It’s William Oldroyd’s Eileen. Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodcast Grab some Me…
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Our 100th episode! Work chisme, and Story time with Max Power, & Joey, feeling unappreciated, the space travel conspiracy theory, the false history of mankind, real friends vs fake friends, cancel culture, getting older involving romantic relationships, Kill Tony review, real difference between genders, and much more. Go to our website dontbesosens…
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