Imposter Syndrome, Part 2. By now, you know from my last blog entry that my relationship with Imposter Syndrome has been long and twisty, as it is with a disproportionately large number of Highly Sensitive People. (An author for Forbes magazine
Nobody perfects the art of emotional numbing like the Highly Sensitive Person without a resilience strategy. The reason of course is that the HSP feels more deeply than average, with a nervous system more sensitive than 80% of the population's.
In the past, I've touched on my relationship with HSP resilience. I was born with a special connection with it, which I believe gave me the tools I needed growing up in a house challenged by my parents' struggles with addiction and mental illness. In