Silent Silkie meets a HSP

Silent Silkie meets a woman who is the catalyst for change.

Influenced by careers guidance after Central TV, own Nonverbal learning disability diagnosis, Gaia TV and Elaine Aron’s book called The Highly Sensitive Person, which has been well thumbed.

HSP’s are often misunderstood for their sensitive radar in the world.

This serves them if they learn accept themselves, and doesn’t work if they are taught to shame myself. in my ebook: Misunderstood No More: Untangled By Love; I use characters to explore human scenarios, and use names like Terrified Tina, Silent Silkie, Trusting Tara, and others, and impacts of the critic with in ourselves and in the world.

“I believe that millions of teenagers walk away from education, as they feel misunderstood, maligned, and marginalised by a system that narrows or eliminates their potential. and I believe it doesn’t have to be this way”. Sue Bayley

These humans are usually highly sensitive, neuro-diverse, or judged. We miss the impact that this 20 percent can make, by making it easy for ourselves, it doesn’t have to be this way.”

I have learned over mynlifetime to reframe my perception of sensitive. I no longer see myself as mad, bad or sad, on my better days.

I have learned what triggers me, and painted, danced, written, shouted and cried about it.

NOW I AM ME for ALL TO SEE learning to be visible.

You can too.

“Cry baby!”

“Scaredy-cat!”

“Don’t be a spoilsport”

Echoes from the past?

And how about this well-meaning warning: “You’re just too sensitive for your own good”.

The open line from Highly Sensitive Person : How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You. Elaine N. Aron

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