To be alone together, my husband and I stay physically close to each other while we do our own thing.
When it comes to food, my highly sensitive child knows what his body needs.
For sensitive people and introverts, “vacation overwhelm” is real.
As an introvert, making myself invisible was a habit I’d grown accustomed to — so the idea of in-person therapy was intimidating.
Summer means more pressure to socialize, which can be exhausting for introverts.
Highly sensitive parents value quiet time the way sensory-seeking children value high-sensory activities, like roller coasters.
As an introverted or sensitive parent, supporting yourself is the first step toward supporting your family.