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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

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

    010 - The Importance of Values - With Su Jardine

    010 - The Importance of Values - With Su Jardine

    Values are of great importance to all of us.
    Very importantly - it must be recognized that values can be different depending on their context. Business values can be quite different to family values for instance. These should be separated, especially for a highly sensitive person, where self-questioning can present huge challenges and internal conflict.

    Sometimes physical stress related symptoms can present, and underlying this can be conflicting thoughts where beliefs and values are misaligned. When this occurs within a HSP, this stressful emotional state that occurs as a result can not only impact on the individual, but also their family members.

    By addressing this conflict, and clearly identifying different values for different situations, expectations can be better met and emotions and thoughts can be better regulated.

    To find out more about Su Jardine, click here.
    https://www.sujardine.com.au/

    • 45分
    009 - Being an extroverted HSP - with Katie McCray

    009 - Being an extroverted HSP - with Katie McCray

    Katie needs to be around people. She even goes to the supermarket in the hope that she can catch up with a friend or two when she's out and about!

    Anita and Cecilia (both introverts) struggle with this concept, and want to find out more...

    Katie was creative and expressive, but struggled at school. She struggled to "fit into a box" at school, and didn't feel at all comfortable. Her development of her identity was challenged, and now reflects upon the strategies and resilience that she has developed over a long period of time to have now become a very social, high energy, extroverted HSP. She is not loud or uninhibited, but needs to be around other people to feel comfortable. She'd even prefer to quietly read a book around a group, than by herself. This challenges Anita and Cecilia and their understanding of the concept, and makes for a fascinating conversation, with of all kinds of "lightbulb moments" reflecting on relationships within their own families.

    Does any of this relate to you? We'd love to hear from you!
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    • 29分
    008 - Highly Sensitive Teens with Su Jardine

    008 - Highly Sensitive Teens with Su Jardine

    The biggest difference between a HSP adult and a HSP teenager is that an adult's awareness of their sensitivity is easier articulated, whereby a teenager may present with a combination of outwardly expressed physical or behavioral symptoms and an inability to effectively convey their emotions.

    Su covers so many topics, and has a wealth of personal stories and experiences that make this a wonderfully enlightening chat.

    She chats about the changes that occur in a young male's thoughts and behavoiurs between the ages of 16-20 and the expectations that our world imposes on the young male, particularly in the context of a highly sensitive person.

    She also describes the development of a young female's emotions and thoughts that develop around finding their place in a changing world as a highly sensitive person. Often they may develop a strong sense of self, but find that an abundance of new experiences challenge this.

    She emphasises that everyone is different. Parents are often quite different to their children. This is an important realisation that can help families to better approach conversations that are sometimes uncomfortable or difficult for either person.

    Does any of this relate to you? We'd love to hear from you!
    http://sensitivepodcast.weebly.com/

    For more information about Su, check her out online!
    https://www.sujardine.com.au/

    • 42分
    007 - Noticing EVERY child in the classroom - with highly sensitive teacher Katie McCray

    007 - Noticing EVERY child in the classroom - with highly sensitive teacher Katie McCray

    Katie McCray is a Primary School teacher who notices EVERY child in the classroom. She supports all kids and their unique needs, and as a highly sensitive person herself, she has an innate ability to interact and connect with all the members of the class individually and together as members of a group.

    She has always reflected on her interactions with others, and has found that mindfulness and relaxation techniques in the classroom benefits the group in very different ways. Some kids have very busy routines throughout the week, involving either themselves or their siblings or parents activities or both. The stimulation of so many new and different activities throughout the school day can further overwhelm a developing mind. And then there's the teacher! When everyone stops for a few moments the periods of engagement and learning are optimized and these techniques can be developed into a daily routine with great effect.

    Katie offers so many real examples of challenges a student may face, including how a student's first day at school (each year) can contradict all their expectations based on their prior experiences, and how a teacher's first day of the year is like starting a new job every year. As a HSP herself, she is acutely attuned to the simultaneous emotional and educational struggles that present daily.

    http://sensitivepodcast.weebly.com/

    • 38分
    006 - Back From Our Hiatus

    006 - Back From Our Hiatus

    Both Anita and Cecilia have been really quite busy, but enjoying the chaos of life!

    As highly sensitive people, they have both been analyzing and questioning everything that has been going on around them, and the spiraling cascade of thoughts and emotions during this period has given them something to debrief about.

    They have both come out the other side of a long 6 month hiatus and are excited to chat about how they are moving forwards with their relationships, professions and of course, this podcast!

    Join in the conversation, and find out how other sensitive people make sense of the busy world around us!

    http://sensitivepodcast.weebly.com/

    • 13分
    005 - HSP's and their environment.

    005 - HSP's and their environment.

    Anita and Cecila discuss how the environment in which you live can influnece your behaviour as a highly sensitive person (HSP). They offer personal stories, share a few laughs and offer some tips about how a HSP can identifiy features and interact with their environment in several situations.

    If you can relate to us, get in touch! We love hearing from you...
    www.sensitivepodcast.weebly.com

    • 28分

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