“HSP” ….. highly sensitive person!!

~~October 6, 2014!! 

Why am I posting this graphic, you may ask. I saw a post recently from my dear friend Patty. She’s the one who educated me about “HSP“.

My personal life has been a bit “topsy-turvy” lately and I remembered her post. I saw this graphic this morning on my Facebook feed and felt it resonated with me. As I’m searching in Patty’s blog for the reference, I realized this was one of the graphics she used. 

To give her full credit and to provide the complete post, you can read further here:



Her personal blog


~Explanation from the experts~

“A highly sensitive person (HSP) is a person having the innate trait of high sensory processing sensitivity (or innate sensitiveness as Carl Jung originally coined it. According to researchers, highly sensitive people, who compose of about a fifth of the population (equal numbers in men and women), may process sensory data much more deeply and thoroughly due to a biological difference in their nervous systems.”


I have to battle this little monster and I can tell you that it’s not easy to feel everything so very deeply.

The strange thing about this monster is that it can be both a blessing as a curse.”







#HighlySensitivePeople #HSP #TopsyTurvy #TooSensitive

#CarlJungCoin #FeelDeeply

#ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex


7 thoughts on ““HSP” ….. highly sensitive person!!

  1. My dumb phone WP app is not working! Since I upgraded. I saw this when Patty posted and have been this way since birth. Long story but I wanted to comment that I hope your topsy turvy stops soon! Hugs to you sweet friend! 😄💗ps I hope you get this! > > >


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