How can HSPs cope with eco-anxiety? (Podcast with HSP World)

When we talk about climate change we usually think about the environmental consequences but how about the social and psychological aspects? The term eco-anxiety defined as “a chronic fear of environmental doom” was created in 1955 by an American eco-psychologist. However, the term has become well used only from 2017. While it is difficult to estimate how many people are affected by eco-anxiety, it is … Continue reading How can HSPs cope with eco-anxiety? (Podcast with HSP World)

When acknowledging a neurological trait non longer as a disorder is the first step towards the social acceptance

I felt so inspired by reading the article Researchers Doubt That Certain Mental Disorders Are Disorders At All by Alison Escalante that I wanted to share my own insights about this quite complex but important topic, being HSP and being a member of the neurodiversity movement myself! Why is talking about our anxiety difficult? Why is talking about our burnout or depression taboo while it … Continue reading When acknowledging a neurological trait non longer as a disorder is the first step towards the social acceptance