For Highly Sensitive People (HSPs), the change in seasons can be a time of delight or dread. For folks living in hotter climates, the fall and winter bring about a welcome reprieve from the oppressive heat and sweltering humidity. Yet, for others, the change means colder weather, shorter days, and less sunshine.
Most Highly Sensitive people are very in tune with their environment and the seasons. Often these changes in season bring about difficult emotions. Winter can mean isolation because you aren’t socializing as much. Loneliness, shame, or anger may surface as you feel the impending holidays that may or may not be nourishing to you. Continue reading “7 Ways to Embrace Winter as a Highly Sensitive Person”