Sensitivity is a Powerful Gift | GR119
Do you struggle with being sensitive? Do you feel too much too quickly?
No question, being over-sensitive can be a challenge. Highly sensitive people sponge emotions – their own and those of others – making them feel easily wired and overwhelmed.
There seems to be not enough time or energy to process the feelings and sensations, which can lead eventually to emotional exhaustions and physical problems.
On top of it, sensitive people often feel “different” and isolated from the rest of the world.
Generally speaking, our society has little room and patience for feelings. Logic and toughness are far more accepted than emotions and sensitivity. Being highly sensitive is considered a flaw and weakness, with very little “competitive” value.
…so what can you do?
Suppress your sensitivity or pretend that you are unaffected by it? The fact is that sensitivity is a strength, which when you learn how to control and utilize it can lead to greater self-awareness, success and fulfillment.
Listen to this Get Real interview with self-empowerment expert Dr. Friedemann Schaub and special guest and health coach Courtney Marchesani to learn the keys on how to access and work with your power of sensitivity.
Dr Friedemann’s Takeaways:
Feeling Uncomfortable (3:24)
Traumatic Experiences (5:28)
Sensitivity Is Healing (12:02)
Autoimmune Disease (19:07)
A Good Guide (23:07)
Might Be More OCD Related (24:30)
I Saw The Overlap (30:54)
How To Detach (35:33)
Meet Courtney –
Courtney Marchesani, M.S., Clinical Health Coach of Inspired Potentials, is an integrative mental health and wellness educator. She is a certified health coach with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (NYC) and also attained her Master’s of Science in Mind-Body Medicine from Saybrook University. She also provides education and holistic coaching programs for mental health issues such as anxiety, attention deficit, and depression.
Courtney also worked as a Mental Health Practitioner in social services for over ten years, then as a writer/publisher. Her career in mental health began after graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Montana. She worked in Seattle, Washington in social services, affordable housing advocacy, and prevention of homelessness.
While working toward her Integrative Health Coach certification through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and Master’s of Science in Integrative Medicine Health Sciences at Saybrook University, she apprenticed with traditional healers and herbalists that incorporate medicinal plants in their healing practices.
Check out Courtney’s book “Four Gifts of the Highly Sensitive” – https://inspiredpotentials.com/books/
Connect with Courtney:
Meet Dr Friedemann
Learn more at: https://DrFriedemann.com
Friedemann Schaub, MD, PhD, is the award-winning author of The Fear + Anxiety Solution. Dr. Schaub has helped thousands of people with his Personal Breakthrough and Empowerment program to overcome their fear and anxiety by addressing the deeper, subconscious root causes of these emotional challenges.
Are you looking for more from Dr Friedemann? Check out his “Your Accelerated Breakthrough Program” https://drfriedemann.com/breakthrough-program/.
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