“It’s the fundamental part of us that allows us to be touched by beauty, signs of grace, or intimate moments with others.”
She adds that it is also “the mechanism that provides us with an internal warning signal that lets us know when we’re in situations that may be hazardous to our emotional, physical, or spiritual health.
“As we grow in our understanding and practice of extreme self care, our sensitivity level rises and we pay closer attention to what we need to feel good.
From her article So Sensitive: Are you tired of sucking it up?
Chapter 8 of her book The Art of Extreme Self-Care: Transform Your Life One Month at a Time is titled “You’re So Sensitive.”
Video: Cheryl Richardson on The Tapping Solution :
To learn more about this self-care approach – including a video – see
The Tapping Solution – Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)