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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 where you can learn, relate, laugh and maybe even live a bolder, brighter life.


Have you been told you’re “too” (fill in the blank)? You’re too sensitive; you think/worry too much; you take things too personally; you’re too emotional, too finicky, too fragile, too intense, too uptight, too slow. Have you been told you can’t take a joke; you can’t go with the flow? You can’t let go of things? Making decisions can be very difficult. You might have an acute sense of smell, and strong odors, crowded noisy environments and bright lights are just too much!

You notice things that no one else does. You have a strong sense of justice and you may be a peace-keeper. Conflict feels uncomfortable. You’re the one that everyone tells their problems to because you’re a good listener who cares deeply.

You’re in the right place!

You may have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, ADHD or something else. Sometimes Highly Sensitive People are misdiagnosed. Our brains are wired differently. We are born with the trait of High Sensitivity. There’s nothing wrong with you! You will learn that your perceived weaknesses are really are your superpowers! Dr. Elaine Aron coined the term Highly Sensitive Person (also known as Sensory Processing Sensitivity).

Unapologetically Sensitive Patricia Young

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 173 Ratings

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 where you can learn, relate, laugh and maybe even live a bolder, brighter life.


Have you been told you’re “too” (fill in the blank)? You’re too sensitive; you think/worry too much; you take things too personally; you’re too emotional, too finicky, too fragile, too intense, too uptight, too slow. Have you been told you can’t take a joke; you can’t go with the flow? You can’t let go of things? Making decisions can be very difficult. You might have an acute sense of smell, and strong odors, crowded noisy environments and bright lights are just too much!

You notice things that no one else does. You have a strong sense of justice and you may be a peace-keeper. Conflict feels uncomfortable. You’re the one that everyone tells their problems to because you’re a good listener who cares deeply.

You’re in the right place!

You may have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, ADHD or something else. Sometimes Highly Sensitive People are misdiagnosed. Our brains are wired differently. We are born with the trait of High Sensitivity. There’s nothing wrong with you! You will learn that your perceived weaknesses are really are your superpowers! Dr. Elaine Aron coined the term Highly Sensitive Person (also known as Sensory Processing Sensitivity).

    239 Being “Too Much” is a Narrative that needs to be Re-examined

    239 Being “Too Much” is a Narrative that needs to be Re-examined

    Being “Too Much” is a Narrative that needs to be Re-examined
     
    Summary
     
    Patricia discusses the wound of too much and how it can impact relationships. Too much is about BOTH people and the capacity of the other person. This is a narrative that needs to be reexamined, and the context of both people needs to be addressed. She explores the intersection of neurodivergence, trauma, and socialization. Patricia also explores the concept of rules, and how through an autistic lens, this can create some challenges.
     
    HIGHLIGHTS
     
    Takeaways
    The wound of feeling like you're too much can stem from trauma and socialization of neurotypical norms.
    Understanding and respecting one's own capacity and the capacity of others is crucial in communication.
    Navigating relationships as a neurodivergent individual requires open and honest conversations.
    Embracing sensitivity and accepting oneself is essential for personal well-being.
    Chapters (please adjust for the addition of the introduction)
    Points made in this episode:
    Exploring the concept of the "wound of too much" in relationships and self-perception. Addressing the impact of past traumas and relationship experiences on feeling "too much." Discussing the importance of understanding and respecting personal and others' capacities. Emphasizing the need for setting healthy boundaries to overcome the "wound of too much." Highlighting the dynamics of communication and capacity in relationships. Encouraging empathy and consideration for others' limits in interactions. Recognizing the interconnectedness of personal wounds of "too much" and "not enough." Offering strategies for balancing enthusiasm and respecting others' capacities. Challenging the narrative that focuses solely on one person being "too much." Advocating for a shift towards understanding and honoring both individuals' capacities. Discussing the challenges faced in relationships between neurodivergent and neurotypical individuals. Providing insights on communication, boundaries, and self-awareness in relationships. Emphasizing the importance of mutual understanding and communication in addressing capacity issues. Exploring the nuances of being perceived as "too much" and the impact on self-esteem. Encouraging self-acceptance, setting boundaries, and fostering healthy connections. 00:00 Introduction and Setting the Topic
    01:36 The Wound of Too Much
    06:21 PDA Profile and Autonomy
    07:52 Socialization and Autistic Females
    10:16 Stimming and Accommodations
    11:34 Navigating Communication and Social Cues
    13:17 The Fear of Being Too Much
    14:07 The Influence of Others' Opinions
    18:22 Shifting the Narrative: Capacity of Both Parties
    20:11 Navigating Relationships with Limited Insight
    21:10 Personal Examples and Communication
    23:35 Finding Balance in Showing Interest
    24:05 Conclusion and Encouragement
    PODCAST HOST
    Patricia was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 17 years, but she is now exclusively providing coaching. She knows what it’s like to feel like an outcast, misfit, and truthteller.  Learning about the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), then learning she is AuDHD with a PDA profile and RSD, helped Patricia rewrite her history with a deeper understanding, appreciation, and a sense of self-compassion.  She created the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive to help other neurodivergent folks know that they aren’t alone, and that having a brain that is wired differently comes with amazing gifts, and some challenges.  Patricia works online globally working individually with people, and she teaches Online Courses for neurodivergent folks that focus on understanding what it means to be a sensitive neurodivergent. Topics covered include: self-care, self-compassion, boundaries, perfectionism, mindfulness, communication, and creating a lifestyle that honors you
    LINKS
     
    Neurodivergent Online Course-- https://unapologetic

    • 23 min
    238 Learning to Trust Yourself and Finding Peace in Your Own Rhythm

    238 Learning to Trust Yourself and Finding Peace in Your Own Rhythm

    Learning to Trust Yourself and Finding Peace in Your Own Rhythm
     
    Patricia discusses her experience when her husband is away. She shares her journey of managing attachment wounds, and the challenges of household responsibilities. Patricia also explores the impact of autistic burnout and ADHD on her ability to stay on top of things. She emphasizes the importance of honoring autonomy and considering others while maintaining a sense of self. Patricia concludes by encouraging listeners to trust themselves and find comfort in their own needs and wiring.
     
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Takeaways
     
    Learning to trust yourself and find peace in your own rhythm.
    Managing attachment wounds and fear of being alone.
    Balancing household responsibilities and find ways to stay on top of things.
    Honoring autonomy and consider others while maintaining a sense of self.
     
    Additional takeaways:
    Recognize the evolution of coping strategies over the years. Understand the impact of attachment wounds on relationships. Explore ways to manage feelings of fear and insecurity. Discover the importance of staying connected during separations. Learn how to anchor oneself to a support system. Reflect on the challenges of maintaining responsibilities solo. Identify the role of communication in long-distance relationships. Explore personal growth through periods of solitude. Acknowledge the significance of self-care during partner's absence. Reflect on the journey of building trust and resilience. Consider the balance between independence and interdependence. Explore strategies for regulating emotions during separations. Understand the dynamics of individual growth within a relationship. Reflect on personal boundaries and self-compassion. Discover the power of vulnerability in relationships. Chapters (please adjust for the addition of the introduction)
     
    00:00 Introduction and Background
    00:56 Attachment Wounds and Fear of Being Alone
    03:04 Trusting the Process
    04:24 Autistic Burnout and ADHD
    05:19 Autonomy and Consideration of Others
    06:47 Guilt and Honoring Autonomy
    07:36 Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA)
    09:13 Taking Care of Pets
    11:08 Autonomy and Space in Relationships
    13:03 Trusting Yourself and Letting Go of Tension
    16:29 Transitioning and Adjusting
    22:30 Processing and Communication
    24:43 Non-Traditional Relationships and Balance
    26:09 Trusting Yourself and Finding Peace
    28:47 Honoring Your Needs and Wired
    PODCAST HOST
    Patricia was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 17 years, but she is now exclusively providing coaching. She knows what it’s like to feel like an outcast, misfit, and truthteller.  Learning about the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), then learning she is AuDHD with a PDA profile and RSD, helped Patricia rewrite her history with a deeper understanding, appreciation, and a sense of self-compassion.  She created the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive to help other neurodivergent folks know that they aren’t alone, and that having a brain that is wired differently comes with amazing gifts, and some challenges.  Patricia works online globally working individually with people, and she teaches Online Courses for neurodivergent folks that focus on understanding what it means to be a sensitive neurodivergent. Topics covered include: self-care, self-compassion, boundaries, perfectionism, mindfulness, communication, and creating a lifestyle that honors you
    LINKS
     
    Neurodivergent Online Course-- https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/neurodivergent-online-courses/
     
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    • 28 min
    237 Unmasking & Authentic Communication: Navigating Differences in Relationships

    237 Unmasking & Authentic Communication: Navigating Differences in Relationships

    Unmasking & Authentic Communication: Navigating Differences in Relationships
     
    Patricia and Jen discuss the challenges of unmasking and being authentic in relationships including the role of PDA (Pervasive Drive for Autonomy). They explore the narratives we have about ourselves and how they can impact our interactions with others. They also delve into the differences in communication styles and perspectives, and the importance of embracing who we are. The conversation highlights the need to navigate personal dynamics and self-reflection in order to foster understanding and growth.
     
    CO-HOST
    Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC
     
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Takeaways
     
    ·         Unmasking involves recognizing and embracing our authentic selves, even if it brings up discomfort or challenges in relationships.
    ·         Differences in communication styles and perspectives can lead to misunderstandings and conflicts, but it's important to approach these differences with curiosity and compassion.
    ·         Challenging the narratives we have about ourselves and others can help us break free from limiting beliefs and foster healthier relationships.
    ·         Navigating personal dynamics requires open communication, self-reflection, and a willingness to honor our own needs while respecting the autonomy of others.

    More about unmasking
    Unmasking involves revealing one's authentic self and needs in relationships. It can bring up feelings of selfishness or discomfort when prioritizing personal authenticity. The author discusses the challenge of balancing personal needs with making others feel comfortable. Self-awareness plays a role in navigating the discomfort that may arise from unmasking. The author highlights the importance of authenticity in fostering genuine connections in relationships. Embracing one's true self involves acknowledging and communicating personal preferences and boundaries.  
    Chapters (please adjust time for the addition of the introduction)
     
    00:00 Introduction and Setting the Stage
    08:03 Unmasking and Authenticity
    12:05 Differences in Perspectives and Communication Styles
    26:13 Struggles with Identity and Unmasking
    30:05 Levels of Experience and Narrative
    35:26 Navigating Personal Dynamics and Self-Reflection
    36:06 Closing Remarks
    PODCAST HOST
    Patricia was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 17 years, but she is now exclusively providing coaching. She knows what it’s like to feel like an outcast, misfit, and truthteller.  Learning about the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), then learning she is AuDHD with a PDA profile and RSD, helped Patricia rewrite her history with a deeper understanding, appreciation, and a sense of self-compassion.  She created the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive to help other neurodivergent folks know that they aren’t alone, and that having a brain that is wired differently comes with amazing gifts, and some challenges.  Patricia works online globally working individually with people, and she teaches Online Courses for neurodivergent folks that focus on understanding what it means to be a sensitive neurodivergent. Topics covered include: self-care, self-compassion, boundaries, perfectionism, mindfulness, communication, and creating a lifestyle that honors you
     
    CO-HOST BIO
    Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC has been a psychotherapist for 20 years. She specializes in helping Highly Sensitive People thrive in love, work, and parenting Highly Sensitive Children. Jen is passionate about using mindfulness and compassion-based approaches to ameliorate human suffering.
     
    LINKS
     
    Jen’s Links
     
    Email: Jen@heartfulnessconsulting.com
     
    Jen’s website: https://heartfulnessconsulting.com/
     
    Patricia’s Links
     
    Neurodivergent Online Course-- https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/neurodivergent-online-courses/
     
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    • 43 min
    236 Exploring Neurodivergence in Relationships: Understanding Unique Perspectives

    236 Exploring Neurodivergence in Relationships: Understanding Unique Perspectives

    Exploring Neurodivergence in Relationships: Understanding Unique Perspectives
    In this conversation, Patricia and Jen discuss their struggles with linear content and their values of focusing on relational topics. They explore the challenges of staying true to their authentic selves while creating content. The conversation also delves into the dynamics of their relationship and the growth they have experienced in building trust and security, and things they sometimes find difficult to discuss.
     
    CO-HOST
    Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC
     
    HIGHLIGHTS
     
    Takeaways
     
    Staying true to your authentic self is important when creating content.
    Building trust and security in relationships takes time and vulnerability.
    The value of a podcast is not solely determined by download numbers.
    Interdependence allows for mutual support and growth in relationships.
     
    Understanding the importance of emotional vulnerability. Exploring newfound perspectives and insights. Recognizing and embracing feelings of exposure. Reflecting on personal trauma and its impact on self-awareness. Acknowledging the significance of maintaining authenticity in self-expression. Navigating the balance between showcasing autism identity and personal growth. Exploring the process of redefining podcast branding and content focus. Embracing the journey of self-discovery and acceptance. Recognizing the value of open-hearted communication. Reflecting on personal growth and aspirations for authenticity in content creation. Discussing the impact of external validation on podcast metrics and audience engagement. Emphasizing the importance of sharing valuable content. Reflecting on personal struggles with content creation and self-expression. Recognizing the significance of relational content in podcast episodes. Embracing the challenges and rewards of discussing personal relationships openly. Exploring the impact of neurodivergence on relational dynamics and communication. Navigating shifts in podcast content focus and listener engagement. Reflecting on the journey of self-acceptance and authenticity. Embracing the diversity of perspectives and experiences in relationships. Chapters (please adjust for the addition of the introduction)
     
    00:00 Introduction and Setting the Stage
    02:44 Struggles with Linear Content and Personal Experience
    08:04 Shifting Focus to Relational Content
    13:26 Building Trust and Security in the Relationship
    21:18 Navigating Attachment Insecurities
    25:24 Interdependence and Holding Space for Each Other
    28:08 Communication and Vulnerability in the Relationship
    31:20 Planning Visits and Considering Context
    34:08 Conclusion and Gratitude
    PODCAST HOST
    Patricia was a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 17 years, but she is now exclusively providing coaching. She knows what it’s like to feel like an outcast, misfit, and truthteller.  Learning about the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), then learning she is AuDHD with a PDA profile and RSD, helped Patricia rewrite her history with a deeper understanding, appreciation, and a sense of self-compassion.  She created the podcast Unapologetically Sensitive to help other neurodivergent folks know that they aren’t alone, and that having a brain that is wired differently comes with amazing gifts, and some challenges.  Patricia works online globally working individually with people, and she teaches Online Courses for neurodivergent folks that focus on understanding what it means to be a sensitive neurodivergent. Topics covered include: self-care, self-compassion, boundaries, perfectionism, mindfulness, communication, and creating a lifestyle that honors you
     
    CO-HOST BIO
    Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC has been a psychotherapist for 20 years. She specializes in helping Highly Sensitive People thrive in love, work, and parenting Highly Sensitive Children. Jen is passionate about using mindfulness and compa

    • 37 min
    235 Red & Green Flags in Relationships

    235 Red & Green Flags in Relationships

    Red & Green Flags in Relationships
     
    Patricia discusses red flags and ideal qualities in relationships. She emphasizes the importance of honoring rhythms and self-care, as well as effective communication and conflict resolution. Patricia also addresses gaslighting, setting boundaries, and the significance of trust, honesty, and similar values in a relationship. She explores the impact of political differences and attachment wounds on a partnership. The episode concludes with a reminder to embrace sensitivity and prioritize self-care.
     
    HIGHLIGHTS
     
    Takeaways
     
    Honor your rhythms and practice self-care in relationships.
    Pay attention to red flags such as controlling behavior, lack of respect, and constant fighting.
    Look for qualities like kindness, respect, trust, and effective communication in a partner.
    Set boundaries and be aware of gaslighting in relationships.
    Consider the impact of political differences and attachment wounds on a partnership.
    Spend quality time together and ensure compatibility with each other's friends.
     
    Red Flags:
    Lack of respect and kindness towards service providers Moving too quickly in the relationship without respecting boundaries Negative and derogatory descriptions of past relationships and partners Jealousy and controlling behavior Attempting to change or control the other person’s appearance and behavior Putting the other person down, even in a teasing manner Inability to provide comfort and support during difficult times Not being responsive or available when the other person asks for support or help Constantly pushing boundaries without respecting the other person’s limits Constant fighting or high emotional conflicts Lack of active listening and attunement to the other person’s needs Disrespect towards others and themselves Lack of emotional awareness and intelligence Poor communication skills and inability or unwillingness to engage in difficult conversations  Green Flags
    Good communication skills (or willing to improve them) Mutual trust and respect. Supporting each other’s goals even if it brings up feelings for you You can have fun together. Demonstrating empathy and tenderness during difficult times Being willing to pitch in and help when it is needed without needing to be asked (or having a willing spirit). You can be independent and enjoy your own friends and interests. There is interdependence: you need each other and can depend on the other person. You make decisions together and consider both people and how they will be affected. Conflict isn’t seen as threatening or dangerous. You value rupture and repair and know it’s part of any healthy relationship. You both can compromise and consider the other person’s needs/feelings without sacrificing or giving in You can count on the other person to show up or do what they say will do. There is a sense of equality and both people matter. There is reciprocity (financial, emotional, respect, compromise). The other person “gets” you, or tries to understand when they don’t. Having similar values and goals, despite political differences. Ability to work through differences and agree to disagree. Being reliable and having a group-minded approach. Showing kindness, generosity, and emotional attunement. Respecting boundaries and moving at a comfortable pace in the relationship. Treating service industry workers with respect and kindness. Providing comfort, support, and responsiveness during challenging times. Demonstrating high emotional awareness, intelligence, and effective communication. Chapters (please allow for addition of introduction)
    00:00 Introduction and Update
    01:03 The Importance of Honoring Rhythms and Self-Care
    04:00 Qualities to Look for in a Relationship
    06:05 Communication and Conflict Resolution
    09:33 Gaslighting and Boundaries
    13:38 Equality, Support, and Independen

    • 22 min
    234 Navigating Miscommunication and Misunderstanding

    234 Navigating Miscommunication and Misunderstanding

    Navigating Miscommunication and Misunderstanding
     
    Jen helps me process through a communication blip I had with my son. My husband & I have very different styles when talking to our boys, & I felt inadequate, and I sometimes struggle to attune. We talk about context when communicating, projection, who is a safe person to get angry at, & I talk about my own reactivity and confusion at my reaction. Jen reminds me that my family sticks with hard conversations. We also talk about having neuro-normative standards, & how that constantly leads to disappointment.
     
    CO-HOST
    Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC
     
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Summary
     
    In this conversation, Patricia and Jen discuss their experiences with burnout and the importance of leaning into rest. They explore the challenges of pushing boundaries, asking for what you want, and allowing others to say no. They also discuss the impact of neuro-normative standards and the power of dropping expectations and starting from zero. The conversation delves into the dynamics of communication within families and the difficulties of attuning to different perspectives. They emphasize the importance of staying connected and working through bumps in relationships, while also acknowledging the need for space and the reality of being imperfect humans. The conversation concludes with a reminder to have grace and humility in relationships and to express love and appreciation for one another.
     
    Takeaways
     
    Leaning into rest and embracing the new norm during burnout can be a powerful tool for recovery.
    Recognizing and respecting boundaries, both for oneself and others, is essential for maintaining healthy relationships.
    Challenging neuro-normative standards and embracing individual differences can lead to greater understanding and acceptance.
    Taking space and allowing for imperfection in relationships can foster growth, connection, and grace.
     
    Additional points discussed:
    Challenges in attuning to one's child compared to a spouse. Contextual factors influencing communication breakdowns. Impact of burnout on family dynamics. Struggles of young adults balancing independence and parental support. Importance of preparation in family communication. Patterns of miscommunication and receptivity. Emotional release and support in times of conflict. Feeling disempowered in communication dynamics. Need for open dialogue and understanding in relationships. Misinterpretation of messages leading to conflict. Defensive reactions in communication breakdowns. Family dynamics during conflict resolution. Neurodivergence and emotional dysregulation. Rupture and repair work in relationships. Acceptance of human imperfections in communication. Parenting challenges and self-awareness. Generational differences in perspectives on communication. Emotional availability and its impact on relationships. Perfectionism and its hindrance to authentic communication. Importance of self-care and emotional readiness in conflict resolution.  
    Chapters (please adjust time for addition of introduction)
     
    00:00 Introduction and Checking In
    00:48 Coming Out of Burnout and Leaning Into Rest
    02:06 Pushing Boundaries and Asking for What You Want
    03:27 Navigating Setbacks and Embracing Patience
    04:02 Valuing Autonomy and Allowing Others to Say No
    05:22 Challenging Neuro-Normative Standards
    06:05 Dropping Expectations and Starting from Zero
    07:19 Powering Down and Restoring the Brain
    08:26 Communication Challenges with Children
    09:17 Recognizing Different Perspectives and Values
    11:21 Navigating Family Dynamics and Emotional Activation
    14:10 Miscommunication and Misunderstandings
    15:41 The Impact of Words and Different Perspectives
    18:08 Feeling Inadequate and Wounded
    19:20 Staying Connected and Working Through Bumps
    22:24 Empathic Communication and Paving the Way
    25:01 Taking Space and Being Imperfect Humans
    26:27 Staying in Rel

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
173 Ratings

173 Ratings

Erin Hearts ,

Encouragement for HSP’s

I feel seen when I listen to this podcast. I can relate a lot with the host and I appreciate the deep talk about feelings and how difficult relationships can be when we are deeply feeling people.

buffalobrow ,

Honest In Real Time

The episodes of this podcast that I have listened to have been life changing. Like all true art, the creator cannot know all the ways this podcast is interpreted or how it helps people in their journey. I found the podcast when I identified as HSP, when the host realized she has ASD it planted a seed that helped me understand things about myself that didn’t make any sense before. I never would have believed I could be ASD until I heard the host talking about why women are so often undiagnosed. Since I already identified with her I was able to open my mind more to what it means to be on the autistic spectrum. Hearing her experience has helped me have more compassion for myself and others. Simply having the perspective is hugely important. Telling our stories is what humanity does, so I just wanted to let the host know that she doesn’t have to know where the podcast is heading or who her target audience is. The content flowing through the vessel you created speaks for itself and those who need to hear it will find it through many different labels.

Bona and Team Capsho ,

Thoughtful and empathetic

Patricia is like an empathetic friend who can articulate your experiences perfectly. This podcast is a thoughtful journey into world sensitivity and strength. A truly affirming listen to anyone looking to better understand themselves.

From Bona and Team Capsho

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