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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, 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, l ...
 
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 ...
 
On The HSP Experience, we discuss living in the modern world as highly sensitive people. Steve, your host, is an HSP, Empath, and INFP, and he covers topics like anxiety, depression, addiction, recovery, toxic beliefs, relationships, and psychology. Together, we can learn how to thrive as highly sensitive people living in an insensitive world.
 
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Realized Empath

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Realized Empath

Kristen Schwartz, MA, CTRC

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The Realized Empath podcast is a blend of psychology, science, and a sprinkling of mind-body-spirit to teach the empathic listener how to transcend unresolved trauma or other issues contributing to their struggle to set boundaries and move from overwhelm to empowered self-reliance. Empaths will learn practical strategies and exercises to strengthen their self-trust and self-reliance, shield themselves from unwanted energy, and move from victim to self-agency. So tune in, join in, share with ...
 
Women leaders from around the globe come together to share their wisdom of moving through fears, speaking their truth, taking action through challenges in life, and living in alignment with their values. Whether you prefer introversion, are a highly sensitive person, a creative, visionary, or change maker-listen to ordinary women who do extraordinary things because they embrace the unknown. Host Nicole Burgess licensed psychotherapist and Introvert Empowerment Coach, shares topics on mindful ...
 
Tune in to Quiet Messenger (formerly Unforgettable) if you’re a deep feeler, highly sensitive person (HSP), empath or introvert leader who has something BIG to say. Your host Adria Sophia DeCorte, Messaging Mentor & shy TEDx Speaker, will help you tap into the message that moves you, use your voice, embrace intuitive marketing based on your values and integrity, and share your truth clearly and courageously to call in your people and your next level of impact...without needing to change who ...
 
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HSP SOS

Michelle Lynn

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This is a weekly podcast for Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs), introverts, empaths, intuitives, INFJs or anyone else that wants a little help supporting sensitivity! My name is Michelle Lynn. I share my experiences as a highly sensitive person while discussing the works of Dr. Elaine Aron. It is my intention to provide useful tips and resources for other individuals looking to balance, maintain, and enhance their own unique sensitivities. The show is perfect for HSPs, introverts, empaths, int ...
 
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Getting Grounded and Orienting to Yourself Many Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) learn to focus on everyone else’s needs. The focus is external instead of internal. You don’t learn how to focus on your perspective, your body, or your needs. This can be an orientation injury. The Highly Sensitive Person can see multiple perspectives, and based on your…
 
Naming What’s Challenging as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) I suck at lying! I’m planning a surprise party for my husband, and I’ve been like a deer in the headlights a few times. I also talk about feeling disappointed that I had expectations about my puppy being affectionate, and she’s not. I talk about how you work with naming what’s hard and ch…
 
Focusing on Your Needs, Emotions and Happiness Jen Perry talks about attachment patterns and how the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is often focused on what everyone else is feeling, wanting and needing. We talk about tools to identify what YOU are wanting. Jen talks about self-care and self-centering. We talk about self-talk, as well as the burden …
 
Setting Boundaries with Emotionally Immature People Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, and Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents provides a 5-part process outlining how to set boundaries with an Emotionally Immature Person (EIP). She also talks about how to reinforce and reset those boundaries when …
 
Death by a Thousand Papercuts My computer was hacked and they downloaded files from my computer. In the midst of this awful experience, there were a number of gifts and amazing connections with people. I feel some shame and embarrassment. How can you thrive while going through something terrible? I talk about the fears that came up, as well as all …
 
Softening, Surrendering, Accepting & Allowing This episode focuses on being with whatever is going on to ease suffering when you want things to be different than they are. How can you accept things when it sucks? Jen and I talk about how we practice softening when things are hard. Jen talks about how she drops into her body to get information. How …
 
Practicing Self-Compassion when Perfection, Competing Needs and Burnout are Present It can be hard having needs; not getting your needs met; having to compromise around your needs. This can activate attachment injuries, that can cause or exacerbate depression, anxiety, burnout and self-doubt. How do you take care of yourself? How do you bring in se…
 
Stoicism During Hard Times for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) When there is a crisis, do you reach out and share what’s going on and ask for support? Do you tell yourself that you will worry when there is something to worry about? I share some recent experiences. My son asked me to let him know next time if his Grams is sick because he wants to …
 
We (HSPs) are Not Too Much, with Susan Kraker - Best of the Podcast Susan is a therapist who specializes in relationships, and she works with the Highly Sensitive Person. She decided to take the Online HSP Course because she didn’t have many friends who were also Highly Sensitive. We had a rupture during one of the groups, and we talk about this. S…
 
Getting Grounded in Yourself & Honoring Your Needs Jen and I talk about how wounding can create over-functioning, over-responsibility, and rigidity at the expense of the human. We talk about stress responses and how to be more mindful and present for yourself while also bringing self-compassion. We literally take a break and do a short grounding ex…
 
Managing Crises as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Do you tend to over function when there is a crisis? Do you push through even though it’s not the best for you? Do you allow yourself to ask for help and get support? I was in the middle of a crisis when I recorded this, and I wanted to share my observations; what was helpful, and what things were …
 
Welcoming Your Own Humanness with Self-Compassion Guest host Jen Perry shares her gremlins about recording for me this week and being unapologetic about it. She talks about valuing self-compassion over self-esteem. Jen talks about how to slow the process down and create peace in the moment to help you soften. She talks about why curiosity and kindn…
 
Juggling Priorities & Managing Self-Care How do you manage prioritizing your own self-care when life is hectic and busy? Are you able to be flexible when things change, and can you ask to have your needs met? If not, what gets in the way? When plans change, are you able to have self-compassion for yourself and others, or do you get angry and upset …
 
Vulnerability and Intimacy in Relationships Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) often don’t reach out when they need support because they are afraid that they will overwhelm others with their intense feelings, or that the other person won’t be there for them, or will disappoint them. Jen and I talk about what it’s like to show up for each other when we’…
 
Self-Care for Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, and Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents talks about self-care in regards to self-confidence, security, self-connection, self-awareness and emotional self-protection. She talks about how being an adult c…
 
TITLE Sitting with Intense Feelings, AND Noticing What’s Right. GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW I got my feelings hurt a few times this past week, and it’s been hard. I spent 3 days crying, and it triggered some trauma from my past. This was NOT my baseline, but I was incredibly sensitive and kept getting my feelings hurt. I was also able to fe…
 
TITLE Listener Question: Being New in a Group that doesn’t Understand the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC EPISODE OVERVIEW A listener wrote in and asked how to be mindful when being new to a group that doesn’t understand High Sensitivity. Jen and I talk about common barriers & fears that can come up when joining a group…
 
TITLE Practicing Self Trust as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Learning to listen to yourself as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) can be challenging. When do you push and when do you rest? Your perception of yourself may be different than how others see you. I talk about feeling stuck, needing support, asking for …
 
TITLE Social Anxiety and the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC EPISODE OVERVIEW A listener wrote in and said she has social anxiety and finds it hard to talk to people. She gets anxious that she won’t be able to communicate her thoughts clearly, or that she’ll be misunderstood, or she’ll lose her train of thought. She als…
 
TITLE Navigating Social Situations as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW I recently attended a holiday party, and I observed the different stages I went through: feeling engaged and comfortable. Then I had to set a boundary. Then all of a sudden, something snapped, and I was done talking, and I wanted to go outside.…
 
TITLE Social Anxiety and Confidence in the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC EPISODE OVERVIEW A listener wrote in and said she doesn’t feel like she’s good at talking, and how can she manage her anxiety and gain confidence. We talk about how the wound of too much & not enough come into play, as well as teasing out if the …
 
TITLE Assessing 2021, and Creating what you want for 2022 GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW There are tools for writing at the end of the year that I’ve found really helpful. It’s a way to acknowledge the gains you’ve made for the past year, and to talk about what you might want to create for the next year. You can assess you relationships, finan…
 
TITLE Nurturing Authenticity in Relationships GUEST Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC EPISODE OVERVIEW We talk about how communication is an act of love and an act of service to the relationship. We talk about the wound of too much; taking responsibility for others’ feelings, and the importance of attachment and repair work. We explore self-care, boundaries…
 
TITLE Best of the Podcast: It Was Hard Being Sensitive; But It’s Not Hard Now GUEST Kelsey Cochrane EPISODE OVERVIEW Kelsey talks about trying to fit in and learning how to feel her feelings without judging them. Kelsey started letting others know what she needed, and this has allowed others to also ask for what they want. Kelsey talks about being …
 
Guest Bonnie Hagemann is a renowned expert in visionary leadership and workforce trends. If you are a woman executive who desires to have other powerful ladies supporting your growth and feel connected listen in! You can also create your own book club for The Courage to Advance and get support. Resiliency, Courage, Adaptability, Vulnerability are s…
 
TITLE Boundaries, the Holidays and The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Jen Perry, MSEd, MA, LPC EPISODE OVERVIEW Expectations around the holidays can cause stress, anxiety, and depression—especially for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). We focus on setting boundaries, redefining what you want the holidays to look like, and how you can communic…
 
TITLE I Don’t Feel Like I Have to Hide Who I Am GUEST Amelia Breugem, Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist EPISODE OVERVIEW Amelia talks about how she no longer has the fear of being seen, and how she’s allowing herself to be in the world without being guarded. Amelia specializes in working with the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), intuitives and empat…
 
Returning guest, Sharon Martin LCSW, has done it again! Sharon has written a workbook on setting boundaries in your relationships, at work, or your business to personal self-care. If you are a highly sensitive professional woman who wants to feel confident in setting limits vs thinking you are mean or guilty for doing so this episode is for you. Fi…
 
Do you ever feel like there’s a certain way you need to sound to be heard online? An empath with a rebellious streak, Quiet Messenger Kat Frogosa is a natural-born nurturer with major resistance when being told to do things a certain way. If it doesn’t feel good deep down in her bones, she’s not doing it. She had seen so many women — especially bur…
 
TITLE Listener Question: Difficulty in Close Relationships GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW This episode addresses boundaries, attachment, codependency, emotional dysregulation, managing conflict, C-PTSD, being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), and more. A listener shared that they struggle with conflict and cannot formulate a response during an …
 
As parents, the teen years bring a lot of change and additional stress to our lives. As the kids begin to expand into independence, we may struggle to communicate effectively and manage their big feelings. In today's soul-o episode, Kristen shares her experience as a parent of teens and touches on ways parents can open up communication and connecti…
 
Sarah Hennessey is a Sustainability & Wellness Coach supporting self-identified female misfits who are looking for a sustainable and alternative twist on living a truly healthy life. As someone who was too shy to speak in school growing up, Sarah spent most of her life definitely not seeing herself as a Messenger. When she started her business as a…
 
Popping in with a quick note on my Messenger Mastermind – what it’s all about, why I do it, how it supports Quiet Messengers – since we’re in final enrollment for the January cohort! The Messenger Mastermind is an intimate circle of sensitive, introverted women leaders who like cozy spaces for connection, growth and processing and who want to feel …
 
TITLE The Strength and Fortitude You Have as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW As a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), you may be more impacted by having strong emotional responses/reactions. You may have experienced trauma. You may have to rumble with your gremlins, shame, recovery, fears, and doubts. It’s crucial to …
 
You know you are here to make an impact in the world, yet wonder how can I have a business that works for me too? Guest Keira Poulsen, a mother to 5 children, discusses how bringing spiritual practices into your business can support you. Find out how to break free of beliefs that are holding you back professionally, so you can do what you love with…
 
This episode might seem to contradict the last. I said message clarity isn’t everything, and that what we really need is an ongoing messaging practice. That’s still true. But also, message clarity is the foundation that messaging practice is built on. That’s why I structure my Masterminds for Quiet Messengers with core content to keep generating ne…
 
TITLE Making Ourselves Small, so Others Don’t Feel Uncomfortable GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW We often are told to smile, be polite, to not make waves, and we lose our authentic spunky self. We learn that it’s not ok to be authentic, or to say what we’re really feeling (if we even know what that is) because we don’t want to make others uncom…
 
Being a parent can be demanding, overwhelming, fulfilling, and exciting. However, for an empath, how often we experience the brighter side of parenthood depends on how proficient we are at understanding ourselves and caring for our needs. In today's episode, Kristen shares her early parenting story that reads like a short story of struggle and triu…
 
TITLE The Challenges Around Making Decisions—Letting it be Messy GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Do you tell yourself to slow down when you get excited about something, and feel like you have to get more information? It’s easy to get overwhelmed, then to get stuck. As a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), our Depth of Processing can be a gift, and s…
 
Avoiding difficult conversations at work has become commonplace and as women, we are conditioned to “play nice”. Roberta Matuson is here to break this cycle and her new book “Can We Talk: Seven Principles for Managing Difficult Conversations at Work” does just that. Find out steps you can begin today whether you are in leadership, wanting to addres…
 
On today's show, Lindsey Lockett, the Holistic Trauma Healing Podcast host, joins Kristen and discusses the ups and downs of labels. Labels can help deepen self-awareness and compassion, and they can be restrictive if we don't leave room to evolve. Lindsey says it best; labels can be beneficial and limiting. However, if a label has us looking outsi…
 
TITLE 3 Year Podcast Anniversary: 7 Strategies for Success Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Success is not linear. Nor is it about waiting to have the confidence to do new things. Success is messy, and it often involves lots of fear, doubt and insecurities. If we wait until we feel confident, we may never do the thing. I share 7 strategies I’ve used t…
 
In this week's episode, Kristen sits down with Kat Fowler. Kat is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Energy Healing, a meditation teacher, and an Energy Therapist. Kristen and Kat discuss the effects of blocked energy on the sensitive soul, and Kat shares her tips and tricks for releasing stagnant energy. We know the role energy plays in an empath…
 
TITLE Attachment Relationships & The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Relationships can be challenging—especially when we have attachment injuries and we haven’t had healthy role modeling. We may believe we are too much. We want others to show up for us in ways that may not be realistic. We have experienced hurt, di…
 
To thrive as human beings, we need healthy and balanced nervous systems. Being a highly sensitive person means we are processing our experiences more deeply and profoundly. But, unfortunately, the remarkable trait of being a deep feeling person can equate to spending extra time in a stressed or activated state. To get back to a place of balance, we…
 
TITLE Some of the Challenges the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Experiences in Groups GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Joining groups can be painful for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) for a number of reasons. Group experiences have left us feeling misunderstood, invalidated, judged and alienated. Does our previous trauma, play a role in how we…
 
A regulated nervous system experiences the stress and calming response throughout a given day. However, trauma pushes the activation of the nervous system beyond its ability to self-regulate. When a stressful experience bumps the nervous system beyond its limits, our activated system can get stuck on "on." In today's soul-o podcast, Kristen discuss…
 
TITLE It’s OK to Choose and Rechoose GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Many Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) are often hard on themselves when they don’t finish something, or they decide to do something else. This doesn’t equal failure. It’s ok to be undecided; unsure and to re-evaluate. Often if we have experienced CPTSD, we can struggle with trus…
 
What does it mean to be a social activist for Indigenous and Marginalized people? Listen in as guest Shayla Oulette Stonechild shares what it means to be a catalyst for Indigenous youth and women unlocking their full potential and reclaiming their voices. Not only is she a highly sensitive person, but Shayla also is a powerful speaker and thought l…
 
In today's solo cast, Kristen dives into the topic of co-dependency. So many empaths and highly sensitive people have co-dependent traits. It’s so prevalent that many of us think the suffering of co-dependency is a side effect of being an Empath. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When we believe we don’t have the power to maintain our peace, we develop coping strategies t…
 
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