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Episode 17 – Highly Sensitive People

Show Notes

Nicole Burgess is a Licensed Psychotherapist and Leadership Coach to sensitive and high achieving professional women in midlife. Over the last fifteen years, she has coached, guided and collaborated with over a 1,000 women. She helps them demote their inner critic, embrace their fears through action, and grow professionally without sacrificing their personal life. As a result, they are more productive at work, have more meaningful relationships, and no longer sacrifice their well-being for others.  

In this episode, we discuss the traits of Highly Sensitive People and what they can do to better work with those traits. It is also useful for listeners to understand how to deal with people who may be HSPs.

Are you a Highly Sensitive Person? Find out by taking this quiz by Dr. Elaine Aron.

Nicole’s Website: Nicole Burgess Coaching.com
Connect with Nicole on: Facebook and Twitter

Books

To learn more about HSPs and incorporating self-care, Nicole recommends the following books:

My “favorite books” list is ever growing. You can keep track of it by clicking here. This list also includes books mentioned in the various episodes. Have a book you’d like to recommend? Click here to tell me about it!

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