In a world full of chaos, slowly recovering from the pandemic called Covid-19, everyone is looking at their mental and physical health with a little more attention. With the rising amount of anxiety and stress in daily life, we are all looking for some form of peace to sleep better. And, of course, there are emotions to deal with, environments to fit in and handle people with opinions. What do you do in these situations – panic, fret, feel jittery with cloudiness in your head, lose focus and concentration? To all this, there is a solution – practicing mindfulness breathing exercises that let you find your inner peace and overcome emotional situations better.
Humans are attuned to the emotional needs of everyone around them, leading to emotional problems like feeling overwhelmed, having negative thoughts, and physio-psychological distress. ‘The Highly Sensitive Book: How to Stop Emotional Overload, Relieve Anxiety, and Eliminate Negative Energy,’ by Judy Dyer, explains that high sensitivity is a gift that needs to be carefully managed. She gives solutions to common problems susceptible people face to live better lives. Through this book, you can learn what is compassionate persona and why they are different from others, coping mechanisms of daily life and emotional problems, how to protect themselves from negative energy, form healthy relationships, and deal with situations that are not right for them. The highly sensitive book empowers susceptible people with in-depth knowledge and understanding of their true selves to realize their full potential.