Monthly Archives: June 2021

Two Reasons for a Fake Smile – HSPs are Drawn to Both

It is a well-known fact that people with strong empathy are more efficient at distinguishing a fake smile from a real one. You don’t have to look at facial muscles, the typical scientific means for distinguishing the difference. You can … Continue reading

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Fulfilling Your Sacred Duty as a Truth Seeker and HSP

I have a plaque in my office that has my name at the top of it followed by different traits that I consider to be true of me. My name, Monica, mean “advisor” in Latin. One of the characteristics listed … Continue reading

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To Tell the Truth – HSPs and Truth Telling

In the late fifties and into the sixties, CBS television network ran a show called “To Tell the Truth.” The show consisted of three contestants. The moderator would read a history of one of the contestants, someone who had an … Continue reading

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Overstimulated Alarm System – Three Steps to Confronting Fear in the Everyday Life of an HSP

Jennifer wants to talk to Brent. He’s been on her romantic radar ever since their first introduction weeks before. Now is her opportunity. She’s practiced her possible openings, bolstered her confidence with positive, reinforcing self-talk, and waited patiently for a … Continue reading

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