Video: Important Information You Need to Know About Sensitive Children

Here’s a video discussing how to help sensitive children be their best in the world and how to prevent anxiety and depression in them.

Please share to spread awareness. This is helpful for parents, grandparents, teachers, family and friends.


The following are so many important resources for you that I invite you to check out. The first step is learning about your unique HSP brain differences to help you understand why you experience the world in the way you do. We can make real and life long changes to reduce overwhelm so you can get your life back!

  • Join Julie and your HSP tribe in our new Sensitive-Empowerment Community!

  • Highly Recommended: Don’t miss out! Subscribe to my HSP blog for tools, tips, and support and get a free guide to calm an overwhelmed HSP brain.

  • Learn how to increase your ability to emotionally regulate and reduce overwhelm in my 8-week online brain-training HSP course

  • Read the recommended HSP books

  • Check out the dozens of pages of information on my HSP resources page that I invite you to explore.

  • Subscribe and watch the many ongoing free videos I’ve done teaching techniques on my HSP Youtube channel

  • Join my HSP tribe on my HSP Facebook page for connection and my free live trainings. Connect with me on Instagram and Twitter and Linkedin too.

  • Listen to these HSP podcasts

~Julie Bjelland is a psychotherapist, author, and leader in the field of high sensitivity and has helped thousands of highly sensitive people around the world. As an HSP herself, Julie understands what it is like to live with high sensitivity and strong emotions and is on a mission to get more empowered HSPs living their best lives in the world. Julie teaches an online course for HSPs and is the author of several books.  In her free time, Julie loves being in nature, around animals, gardening, reading, researching and spending time with the family. She shares her home with her Chef partner, two children and a houseful of pets.

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