About 20% of the population are highly sensitive people (HSP- Highly Sensitive Person), who are hypersensitive to external stimuli, have a greater depth of cognitive processing and high emotional reactivity. We have mentioned this category of people in … [Read more...] about Is being a Highly Sensitive Person HSP – an asset or a curse?
Studies show that those with high emotional intelligence, are good at regulating their own emotions, as well as helping others regulate theirs in heated interactions, so that things keep calm. Resolving conflict shows a form of selflessness, because … [Read more...] about How to Keep Calm in Conflict and Resolve Issues Painlessly
Kenneth E Miller has worked in places where resilience, courage and human spirit are tested to extremes. For the last 25yrs he has worked with communities affected by armed conflict in different parts of the world. His graduate research took him to … [Read more...] about War torn refugees show courage, love and resilience
Catherine Louise Birmingham is an experienced riding coach working in dressage and Equestrianism. Through her work with people, horses and her own struggles, she realised that horses were a parallel understanding of how to live our own lives. The … [Read more...] about Using horse riding principles to build our resilience
It has long been considered that being too sensitive is a weakness, often associated with fragility or vulnerability. But what if sensitivity can give us the edge, creating greater self-awareness and improving emotional intelligence? Is it a trait … [Read more...] about Sensitivity vs Resilience