Which HSP Book is Helpful to Read First?


Hi, HSPs! I've gotten some questions about which of my two main HSP books are better to read first. Here's a bit of a breakdown of what to expect from each.

Both books were written by me, a psychotherapist who specializes in the trait of high sensitivity, and they are the result of years of research and work with HSP clients and students globally. The methods taught in these books came from what I know works for the hundreds of HSPs I've worked with and the thousands I've taught in my HSP courses.

These books are written for the 20%, not the 80%, so the methods are developed with the brain differences YOU have as an HSP. This piece is VERY important.

Brain Training for the Highly Sensitive Person has techniques that are really helpful to reduce anxiety and the feeling of being overwhelmed a lot. If you are really struggling with anxiety, for example, this is a book you should start with and then follow it up with my next book.

The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person is a book that takes you to the next level. Are there things that hold you back from achieving your dreams in your personal life or your work life? Do you have a hard time saying no and creating boundaries? This book will also help you walk through the 5 stages of empowerment as an HSP.

I fully believe and have seen that HSPs that use the methods in these books truly thrive in life, and I know once you are well and balanced you will be out there making a difference in the world.

My mission is to get more of you living in your highest state of wellness and balance so you can be your best at whatever you need to be, whether it is in your job, as a parent, in your relationship, or out there helping others.

The messages I get from HSPs all over the world let me know that these methods work and help get the challenges out of the way so you can truly thrive within your inner gifts.

What are you waiting for? Let's start today on the path of growth and celebrate our movement and progress together!

Here are links to the books:



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