15-20% of the Population Are Highly Sensitive – Undeniably a Significant Minority To be strong despite being highly sensitive – this is a wish for many highly sensitive people who experience their high sensitivity as a burden. Discover and identify your own high sensitivity and accept yourself with all the challenges and strengths. Reflect on and process your experiences with the help of authentic stories for different situations in life. Get up and use resources, strategies, and concepts that make you strong, and integrate them into your everyday life. The aim: living a sensitive and strong life. The book is divided into three parts: 1. What is high sensitivity? What makes these people special? 2. What does this mean for different areas of life such as family, job, health, leisure, friends? 3. What are the strengths of highly sensitive people? The book contains tips and tricks for how to deal with high sensitivity; the book is encouraging, and meant for everyday use.
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“This book does not only strengthen highly sensitive people, but also their environment.” Bodo Janssen, Managing Director, Upstalsboom Hotel
"The faster and more efficiency-oriented our society becomes, the more significant the topic of high sensitivity. Author Kathrin Sohst is a highly sensitive person. In this book, she explains what it means to be highly sensitive, how people deal with the issue of high sensitivity and how she learned to perceive and live her high sensitivity as a strength." Emotion
"The lessons of the book “Power of High Sensitivity ” are aimed at highly sensitive people (HSP) and those around them. Rather than condemning HSP to a life on the sidelines, “Power of High Sensitivity” offers them clarity. With this sensitively written, thorough and in-depth book, the author serves as a mediator between people and worlds who, at first glance, might not seem so compatible. Indeed, the book itself is an example of just how impressive the achievements of highly sensitive people can be: this debut publication is one from which the world of specialist publishing can draw all kinds of inspiration." Berglink
As an ambassador for high sensitivity, Kathrin Sohst advises highly sensitive people and organizes information and networking evenings, roundtables, workshops, seminars, and lectures. Her topic: High sensitivity + strength. Since 2005 she has been self-employed. Her motivation: “I want to strengthen sensitive people, raise awareness for nature and sustainability, legalize sensitivity, and set a new standard of appreciation.