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The Undervalued Self
by Elaine N. Aron
At home, in our romantic relationships, family relationships, with our children, and in our business lives, we constantly deal with this interplay of love and power, linking and ranking. When the two go wrong, we undervalue ourselves – to our own detriment and that of everyone around us.
The Power of Sensitivity: Success Stories by Highly Sensitive People Thriving in a Non-sensitive World
by Ted Zeff
Dr. Ted Zeff has compiled 43 uplifting success stories, submitted from highly sensitive people from 10 different countries. These triumphs are shared here to help the international HSP community learn new ways to manage their trait and thrive in our non-sensitive world.
The Strong, Sensitive Boy
by Ted Zeff
“Every parent of a sensitive boy should read this book.” Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D. In this groundbreaking book, psychologist Ted Zeff explores the unique challenges of sensitive boys, showing parents, educators, and mentors how to help sensitive boys grow into strong, happy, and confident men. Dr. Zeff offers practical advice on how to help your son increase his self-esteem and thrive in the family, at school, with friends, and in sports. Also, healing for sensitive men.
Making Work Work for the Highly Sensitive Person
by Barrie Jaeger
This book gives HSPs strategies to build confidence, combat stress, and find work that is emotionally, financially, and creatively rewarding. Based on cutting-edge medical and scientific research, this fresh perspective on how readers can secure satisfying careers includes strategies to detect jobs that are not right for HSPs, make their opinions heard and valued, develop good personal internal boundaries, defend themselves from bullies in the workplace, move out of a job that feels like drudgery, and into a job that supports career goals and dreams.
The Highly Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide
by Ted Zeff
Learn to manage your sensitivity to physical and emotional stimulation through using Ted’s methods to calm the senses and cope with time pressure; create a diet and exercise program specific for the HSP and to create harmonious relationships.