Writings

Type A?

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I went for an assessment at Myosymmetries. I was hoping that they’d tell me a) Yes, you have Fibromyalgia and b) we can help. Both wishs came true. But, what I didn’t expect to hear was, "You know the trouble with you Type A’s is that you’re Type…

Born Highly Sensitive?

Are folks born highly sensitive? Or, does time and circumstance make them that way? Probably, some of both. Elaine Aron, in her book The Highly Sensitive Person, suggests that’s the case. Certainly I’ve seen children who from birth seemed fragile and delicately sensible.  Another book cites research that shows that at birth there are 3…

Over Sensitive?

Have you ever been accused of being over sensitive? I am frequently. And, I’ve wondered: Am I? If so, where did my oversensitivity come from? And, is it necessarily a bad thing? Okay. I’m ready. I admit I am highly sensitive. Note: I didn’t say over sensitive. Is that bad? Yes and no. No, because…

The Inner War

The post might also have been titled "When Your Body is at War With Itself". Have you ever had the experience of picking up a book and thinking,"not much here," only to return to it later and find all sorts of valuable ideas. That’s the case for me with  When The Body Says No. Recently…

When The Body Says No