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Jae Baeli
Jae Baeli

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Join date : 2011-11-09
Age : 57
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PostSubject: Stress & the HSP   Stress & the HSP EmptyThu Dec 01, 2011 7:30 am

Stress & the HSP 3577313775 "...even if HSPs were wired to respond to stress more strongly, the stressor itself is very important. Early stress is what we are most vulnerable to and determines the reaction to later stress. HSPs can often deal with stress even better than non- HSPs. We can reason about it, process it, and get some perspective on it. Maybe it isn’t as stressful as it seems. Maybe this is just part of the human condition, a challenge to be faced. True, we can’t do that as well without receiving the right foundation in childhood, or help with healing early wounds later on. But that does not make us intrinsically at risk in adulthood for stress and poor health."

SOURCE: August 2004: Comfort Zone ONLINE

Reflections on Research: HSPs Have Stronger Emotional Reactions
(I know, “Big news.”) Plus This Year’s Most Annoying Research that Appears to Study HSPs

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