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Time Sensitive

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Time Sensitive

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"You HAVE to watch it! Its sooo good!" Your friends may have decent taste in movies but their incoherent reviews are getting annoying. Sit around the table with your friends at Time Sensitive, where we dissect the recent movies you may have missed. Time Sensitive, because you deserve better.
 
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Thinker Sensitive

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Thinker Sensitive

Thinker Sensitive

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We tackle tough topics in order to help our listeners think reasonably about life’s most important issues. At Thinker Sensitive, all our welcomed to participate in respectful and thoughtful discussions about the things that matter most in life. Thank you for choosing to be a part of our community.
 
Time Sensitive is a podcast that features candid, revealing portraits of curious and courageous people in business, the arts, and beyond who have a distinct perspective on time. Co-hosts Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman respectively interview a leading mind who has made a profound impact in their field, contributed to the larger conversation, and is concerned with the planet we all share.
 
Our nerves are frayed, we're overwhelmed, frustrated and we can’t seem to ever find genuine calm or comfort. Welcome to the life of a Highly Sensitive Person! Just imagine if we could find the clarity and wisdom we need to untangle the challenges of Highly Sensitive living to enjoy a clear path to more joy and self-love. Highly Sensitive Healing is about taking healthy and positive action using mindfulness, meditation, and a holistic approach to finding peace, acceptance, and expansion into ...
 
Our world puts praise on being loud, outgoing, and extroverted. Those of us on the quiet and sensitive spectrum have felt overheard and left out for a long time. This is about to change! We live in truly interesting and exciting times and the world desperately needs sensitives and intuitive! In this podcast, I will help you use your gifts as a highly sensitive, intuitive, introverted, empathic entrepreneur and become hugely successful while doing so. Learn how to increase your impact, income ...
 
Hello and welcome to the Highly-Sensitive Leader Podcast with highly-sensitive certified coach, leadership expert and qualified teacher Muriel Kosovsky. This podcast provides leadership tips, education, insights, stories, and mind hacks to create a space for highly-sensitive leaders to self-educate, develop their career and fulfil their potential. This podcast will help you understand the HSP trait in depth and show you how to manage, embrace and use your HSP trait to your advantage in the c ...
 
In this podcast, we explore how sensitivity weaves itself into our lives. We talk about the richness that it adds, and the strengths we have BECAUSE of our sensitivity and some of the challenges it poses as well. If you are a Creative, a deep thinker, a deep feeler, a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or identify as INFJ or ENFJ, you may enjoy the in-depth conversations where we talk openly and honestly about how we experience life. This is a podcast where you can learn, relate, l ...
 
You go against the grain and you want to make a difference, but you struggle to stay on course in a world full of norms and noise. It’s hard to change the world when it touches you deeply, but that sensitivity can be a superpower. You’re a sensitive rebel…and this podcast is for you.
 
Tune in to Quiet Messenger (formerly Unforgettable) if you’re a deep feeler, highly sensitive person (HSP), empath or introvert leader who has something BIG to say. Your host Adria Sophia DeCorte, Messaging Mentor & shy TEDx Speaker, will help you tap into the message that moves you, use your voice, embrace intuitive marketing based on your values and integrity, and share your truth clearly and courageously to call in your people and your next level of impact...without needing to change who ...
 
Marriage Coach and HSP Love Expert Hannah Brooks teaches sensitive women how to not only have an easier marriage but to have a marriage where love, understanding, lightness, and connection gets deeper every day. Highly Sensitive people have unique differences that lead to predictable challenges in committed relationships, and sometimes even the deterioration of love. Right now your marriage might feel difficult: you may get upset easily, feel weighed down by resentment, hurt, irritation. It ...
 
The Sensitive One is a podcast all about living in the world as a sensitive person, hosted by Gina Long, a health practitioner dedicated to helping highly sensitive people gain insights and tools that improve their lives, and their wellbeing. Join us for interviews and discussions with experts and everyday people on topics like food sensitivities, mental health, anxiety and everything that comes with being "the sensitive one". In our first season, "Intolerant", we will be focusing on food se ...
 
Do you experience joy, discomfort, empathy, and emotions very intensely? Are you easily overstimulated or bothered by small changes in your environment? You aren’t alone, in fact, you might be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). In this podcast, host, blogger, (and HSP herself) Kelly shares real-life experiences that may have you nodding and thinking: “I thought I was the only one who felt that way”! Introverts and people with shyness and social anxiety may also find comfort and camaraderie her ...
 
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Sensitive Podcast

Anita & Cecilia

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Navigating life in our modern, fast paced world as a highly sensitive person. Anita and Cecilia are both highly sensitive people, trying to make sense of themselves and the world around them. They're on similar journeys of self-discovery, and invite you along for the ride as they share their thoughts and perceptions. http://www.sensitivepodcast.weebly.com
 
Are you often told that you’re too sensitive? Maybe you struggle to control your emotions and acting on them has made your life more difficulty. Maybe you work to just not feel because your emotions are intense. If so you might be an emotionally sensitive person. In this podcast series, Dr. Karyn Hall, author of The Emotionally Sensitive Person, describes the characteristics of the emotionally sensitive and ways to manage overwhelming feelings. Learn more about Dr. Hall and read her blog at ...
 
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Sensitive Stemmer

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Sensitive Stemmer

Camille Namaste og Nina Lerche

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Sensitive Stemmer er en podcast om sensitivitet. En podcast til dig der gerne vil blive klogere på det særligt sensitive personlighedstræk og inspireres af andre sensitives historier, tanker og skildringer af livet. Dine værter Nina Lerche og Camille Namaste interviewer inspirerende mennesker der alle har sensitiviteten inde på livet. Vores ønske er, at du finder ud af at der er mange andre der har det på præcis samme måde som dig. Du er ikke anderledes eller forkert, du er bare særligt sens ...
 
Quel and Rose are two friends who both identify as "sensitive souls" and use introspection to navigate through life. With this podcast (formerly known as the coffeeshop chronicles) they take their regular conversations exploring life, wellbeing and personal development from the coffee shop to you with an impromptu chat. The term "sensitive souls" materialised as a definition for our safe space of meaningful discussion on themes centring human behaviour, emotional wellbeing, mental health, sp ...
 
Chef Ken and Deni Van share their stories, strategies, and tips to help you navigate eating in a world where what’s in it doesn’t seem to matter to most people except to those who live with food sensitivities. Bringing awareness and education while helping people with food sensitivities to better every aspect of their life. Not in fear of eating food, but having the knowledge and confidence to cook, shop, and eat out for themselves or for their family members who always have to ask - what’s ...
 
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052 Often , for highly sensitive people, trauma is or has been a part of our lives, and can have a negative impact on our relationships. But trauma and autonomic nervous systems responses to stressful events do not have to dictate our lives and keep us locked into painful reactions and patterns, as, Karen C.L. Anderson (a master-certified life coac…
 
In the third episode of our new weekly segment, Ryan reads through and comments on an article that he wrote on the limitless and boundless power of love. The original article was entitled, "The Rule of Love: The Hope of the World."Thinker Sensitive
 
In this practice, we will explore different sensations in our body through body scan meditation. The purpose of this meditation is to connect to our physical self while noticing any sensations, sensitivities, or stress we're experiencing without judgement. *** Remember that mediation isn’t always appropriate for everyone. If you experience any disc…
 
For much of her life, artist and designer Debbie Millman has been fascinated by the power of branding. Today, as the host of the Design Matters podcast (which was recently translated into a book, out next month) and the chair of the School of Visual Arts’s Master’s in Branding program, the discipline is constantly on her mind. For Millman, part of …
 
This week we are going back to basics! Join the podcast this week as I teach you 3 gems which you will always be able to fall back on, every time your high sensitivity takes over and holds you back from fulfilling your potential. Although there is no one-size-fits-all magic response when it comes to managing your sensitivity while juggling responsi…
 
TITLE Attachment Relationships & The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Relationships can be challenging—especially when we have attachment injuries and we haven’t had healthy role modeling. We may believe we are too much. We want others to show up for us in ways that may not be realistic. We have experienced hurt, di…
 
As a young couple from war-torn South Sudan seeks asylum and a fresh start in England, they're tormented by a sinister force living in their new home. Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodcast Grab some Merch at TeePublic Big Heads MediaBig Heads Media
 
Laura Tucker is a writer, photographer, podcaster, and recovering coach. She and I connected a while back, and in discussing our ideas about personal growth, coaching, gurus, and more, came up with the idea of a podcast swap … and then took it to another level by swapping the guest & host roles. So, in this episode, Laura took the host chair and in…
 
In this episode David speaks with Willoughby Britton and Jared Lindahl, co-authors of the Varieties of Contemplative Experience (VCE) study—a landmark investigation into the nature of meditation-related difficulties, including trauma. They are two of the world’s experts in studying the difficulties people can encounter in meditation, as well as the…
 
How to succeed as a multi passionate entrepreneur - Interview with Brooke Haynes In today's episode, I interview the powerhouse, Brooke Haynes. This interview is especially dear to my heart as she shares her expertise around multi passionate entrepreneurship. There is the ongoing (misleading) information out there to focus on one business, to choos…
 
051 Knowing how and when to set a “Relationship Boundary” is an essential part of blazing the trail to a more respectful, loving, high-integrity marriage for both you and your husband. Setting appropriate boundaries are, 1st, a way to take loving care and be respectful of yourself and the relationship, and 2nd, they teach your significant other to …
 
In the second episode of our new weekly segment, Ryan reads through and comments on an article that he wrote on the state of contemporary morality during the turmoil and civil unrest of 2020. The original article was entitled, "The Moral Spirit of the Age."Thinker Sensitive
 
As HSPs too often we can feel isolated and misunderstood and this can leave us feeling lonely and can affect our self esteem and how we view ourselves and our place in the world. Researchers are beginning to understand more about how yoga benefits our mental health and because we’re highly sensitive we need yoga teachers and other healers to be sup…
 
TITLE Some of the Challenges the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Experiences in Groups GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Joining groups can be painful for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) for a number of reasons. Group experiences have left us feeling misunderstood, invalidated, judged and alienated. Does our previous trauma, play a role in how we…
 
In the opening episode of our new weekly segment, Ryan reads through and comments on an article that he wrote on Martin Luther King Jr. during the turmoil and civil unrest of 2020. The original article was entitled, "A Prophetic Word From MLK."Thinker Sensitive
 
#050 We modern women expect more out of marriage and men than ever. We tend to want our husbands to be a more mature, evolved, supportive partner with whom we can regularly connect intimately on a deep physical and emotional level. But, in many cases, our men don’t seem to be able to rise up and meet us in that place as much as we want. Today, we d…
 
In this episode we’re talking about apologizing- more specifically the habit of OVER apologizing. This may seem like a harmless thing on the surface but if we dig a little deeper we start to see that frequently saying sorry begins to affect our confidence and undermine our authority and when we say it too often it can make the necessary apologies w…
 
For curator and scholar Glenn Adamson, craft isn’t a quirky hobby that sits on the outskirts of contemporary culture. Rather, it’s a vital, timeless tool for teaching us about one another, and about humanity as a whole. This belief fuels his writing, teaching, and curatorial projects, which seek to unpack the many ways in which the age-old activity…
 
Guilt ranks amongst the top 5 most challenging areas that my Highly sensitive leaders want and need to work on. Our sense of responsibility for people and outcomes often take bigger proportions than is helpful for us or even productive for us in a leadership environment. Join me this week as I’m sharing why Highly sensitive leaders experience so mu…
 
TITLE It’s OK to Choose and Rechoose GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW Many Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) are often hard on themselves when they don’t finish something, or they decide to do something else. This doesn’t equal failure. It’s ok to be undecided; unsure and to re-evaluate. Often if we have experienced CPTSD, we can struggle with trus…
 
How to manage challenges in your personal relationships Business and personal life are highly interrelated. You can't perform at your highest level when you are caught up in challenges in your personal life. I see it happening in my clients life all the time. Very often we have to attend to these first before we can focus on strategic and more busi…
 
If you feel resentment or annoyance often, if you feel burdened by all that you have do for your marriage, or if you feel you get walked all over, it’s quite possible you aren’t saying “NO” enough to your husband. But the trouble is, you may also feel guilty or uncomfortable: saying no not doing what he wants you to do or doing what you prefer over…
 
I read article about HSPs and happiness and the author stated that HSPs need "permission to get emotional and have a good cry." As Highly Sensitive People we already often feel powerless to process all the emotions, sensations, thoughts and sensibilities that are pulsing through our bodies, hearts and minds day and night. All the while we’re trying…
 
Daniel Arthur Smith is a USA Today & Wall Street Journal best selling author, who’s titles include Spectral Shift, Hugh Howey Lives, The Cathari Treasure and The Somali Deception, among others. He also curates the short fiction series Tales From The Canyons of The Damned. Daniel was raised in Michigan and graduated from Western Michigan University …
 
Do you sometimes get stuck in the gap between where you are and where you want to be? Be it the income or impact you make, the clients you attract, the stress and hustle you are caught in, or in your private life the issues you face? Today's episode is a must-listen for you if you want a fun and powerful tool to shift your reality quicker than ever…
 
In this bonus episode I share a story about my recent adventure when I decided to climb a mountain. ♥♥♥ Excerpt: "As my hands rested on the tree a lightness came over me, as if I was being comforted by an old friend, who knew me better than I knew myself. A feeling of being rooted and at home there in that moment, telling me that I was welcome, tha…
 
A young man battles an array of monsters during an epic, post-apocalyptic, 85-mile journey to find the woman he loves. It’s a romantic, sci-fi adventure on Time Sensitive as we review 2020’s "Love and Monsters", directed by Michael Matthews. Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodcast Grab some M…
 
048 Sometimes we find ourselves in a dynamic we do not like with our partner: we may feel disrespected, looked down upon, controlled. This may be even more common for us HSPs than non-sensitives. Is there hope to change this dynamic? Can you ever feel like your partner respects you, values your opinion, and sees you as an equal? Can you stop him fr…
 
TITLE I don’t want to be defined by my fear GUEST Solo episode EPISODE OVERVIEW My podcast pause turned into a literal break of my wrist. It is not uncommon for HSPs to experience catastrophic thinking. We can learn to move from that initial fearful thought into powerful thinking. We can learn to feel the fear and do the scary thing instead of wait…
 
Saying yes to new things can be really scary. But saying no can sometimes hurt us more than help us. Comfort zones aren’t really about comfort at all, they’re about fear of the unknown. Saying yes in a healthy way is about being brave when we want to try something new for ourselves and taking a risk in order to improve our lives in some way. More I…
 
Trevor Paglen aspires to see the unseen. The artist explores the act of looking through various angles—such as how artificial-intelligence systems have been trained to “see” and categorize the world, or the disquieting sense of being “watched” by a security camera—and creates scenarios that frequently implicate viewers in the experience. At other t…
 
Life happens... May it be struggling with your kid, relationship breakup, an ill partner, difficulty finding a new place to live, etc. My clients have gone through a variety of them and so have you probably too! How do you deal with your business when you go through hardship in your personal life? This is what I talk about in today's episode! 👉🏻 If…
 
We all know Ian is not a fan of life in 2D, so this week, with your help, Sam forced Ian to watch the Disney's "The Emperor's New Groove" for the first time. Tune in to see what happens. Check us out on... Twitter @TSMoviePod Facebook: Time Sensitive Instagram: @timesensitivepodcast Grab some Merch at TeePublic Big Heads Media…
 
As modern women, we’ve been encouraged to not let ourselves be “doormats” in our relationship with men. And we want to be strong, to not tolerate criticism or unkind treatment, and to stand up for the respect we deserve. All of which is so important to have a healthy loving marriage, especially as a sensitive person. But sometimes we do this in a w…
 
In this episode, I speak to Jacquelyn Strickland, a licensed professional counsellor, who has worked exclusively with highly sensitive people since 2000. We speak about the barriers to self-expression and the tools and techniques that can support us in authentic self-expression and communication as Highly Sensitive People. We discuss exterior liste…
 
It can be hard to say NO to someone and even harder to say no when we want to be liked and included. And as HSPs we very often feel overwhelming guilt when saying no to someone so we end up saying yes and we put others needs before our own, even when it's not the best choice for our mental health. Today we’ll chat about 6 reasons to say NO and how …
 
Dr. Joyce Mikal-Flynn is a Professor in the School of Nursing at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS). She received her Doctor of Education from St. Mary’s College and Masters of Science in Nursing at CSUS, focusing on trauma-informed care with an emphasis on building resilience and post-traumatic growth (PTG). She developed the word Meta…
 
The number of coaches is growing. Which is amazing! However, it makes it harder to choose, especially if you battle feelings like overwhelm and fear of missing out. Therefore, I created this episode to give you some ideas on how to make a good decision. 👉🏻 If you want more information on working with me, either 1:1 or in my Shift, Accelerate and Th…
 
In this episode, David speaks with Anjuli Sherin, author of the book Joyous Resilience: A Path to Individual Healing and Collective Thriving in an Inequitable World. They discuss the relationship between trauma and resilience in clinical and contemplative practice, the way resilience can be a counter-balance to over-focusing on traumatic stimuli in…
 
Ever feel like you keep getting *this* close with your messaging and then…Ugh, actually never mind, I don’t know if this is right. Or do you clarify your messaging and then lose touch with it and forget…How do I talk about this again? Is this really what people want? Two steps forward, one step back. Two steps forward, one step back. That’s because…
 
We are launching a new series on #TimeSensitive. You've gotten to know Sam and Ian over the years, and it's clear what they do and don't like. Well, now we are forcing them to embrace their "don't". We all know Sam is not a fan of spontaneously bursting into song, so this week, with your help, Ian forced Sam to watch the Best Picture-winning musica…
 
The fact of the matter is there’s a lack of empathy, understanding, attentiveness, care and compassion--in other words, SENSITIVITY!-- in our world and intimate relationships. And so many women right now are hungry for more of this sensitivity in their marriages. I want this for them deeply, too. It's high time to usher into our marriages, and ulti…
 
It’s time to talk about worm therapy for allergies and autoimmune conditions, also known as "helminthic therapy". What role could intestinal worms possibly play in allergic and autoimmune conditions, AND can they help us to reverse these conditions? In this episode I speak with Immunologist and Researcher Dr Paul Giacomin who works at James Cook Un…
 
In the sixth episode of our opening season, Ryan lays out Thinker Sensitive's version of Christian presuppositionalism, providing a personal confession of faith and confronting the lack of self-awareness and self-critique in contemporary society.Thinker Sensitive
 
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