How to handle being
‘too sensitive’

If you experience your emotions intensely, the label “too sensitive” is a dreaded one.

It leaves you feeling confused and ashamed, which only intensifies your emotions. Fortunately, there is a way out of this vicious cycle. Read more below about how to manage your intense emotions, beginning with letting go of the belief you are “too sensitive”.

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How to clear a space when you have a lot going on

When you get that "this is all just too much" feeling, you need a way to clear a space for yourself...and never more than now, as the pandemic rages on and the political climate remains divisive. In this post, which...

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Anxious or overwhelmed? The right kind of support can make all the difference

To climb a mountain, you have to skirt boulders, clamber over fallen trees, and wade across streams. For many of us who are built sensitive, life is like that mountain: eminently worth the effort, but littered with obstacles in the form of anxiety, overwhelm, and shame. Some of the time, we can find our way around, over, or through these emotional roadblocks using the resources we have at hand: a trusted friend, a journal, or some inner work.

But what if you get caught alone on the mountain—at night? In the pitch black, moving forward could mean getting lost. Or worse, you could fall off a cliff. In the same way, intense overwhelm, anxiety, or shame can send you into survival mode. You feel emotionally alone, afraid to move for fear of falling into the pain and losing yourself in it.

It’s hard to get out of this frozen state on your own. You need support. And you need the right kind of support, from someone who knows the terrain of sensitive anxiety.  In One-to-One Sessions, Emily guides you around the obstacles of anxiety and shame, back to connection with yourself and your spiritual intuition. Then you can see your right way forward. 

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