Sensitive - The Hidden Strength of Sensitivity & Empathy (ebok) av Hannah Jane Walker
Legg til i ønskeliste Gratis utdrag
  • Sett i bokhyllen
  • Les gratis utdrag
  • Embed-kode
Hannah Jane Walker (forfatter), Hannah Walker (forfatter)

Sensitive ebok

49,-
'Written with such understanding and power it takes your breath away' - JEREMY VINE DISCOVER THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF SENSITIVITY Have you even been told you are being 'too sensitive'? That you should develop a thicker skin? Society tells us that it's bad to be too soft, or feel too much. But is it? Hannah Jane Walker, a highly sensitive person, has spent years researching sensitivity. Drawing on a wide range of experts, ideas and experiences, Hannah challenges the myth that sensitivity i…

Andre har også kjøpt

Undertittel The Hidden Strength of Sensitivity & Empathy
Forfattere Hannah Jane Walker (forfatter), Hannah Walker (forfatter)
Forlag Aster
Utgitt 3 februar 2022
Sjanger Dokumentar og fakta, Politikk og samfunn, Helse og livsstil
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse LCP
ISBN 9781783254576
'Written with such understanding and power it takes your breath away' - JEREMY VINE DISCOVER THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF SENSITIVITY Have you even been told you are being 'too sensitive'? That you should develop a thicker skin? Society tells us that it's bad to be too soft, or feel too much. But is it? Hannah Jane Walker, a highly sensitive person, has spent years researching sensitivity. Drawing on a wide range of experts, ideas and experiences, Hannah challenges the myth that sensitivity is something negative, and seeks an answer to the question: how useful is sensitivity to the world, and what is it for? Hannah discovers that high sensitivity is sometimes connected to higher levels of empathy, emotional intelligence and creativity, and that whatever our level of sensitivity, it can be beneficial for us all. Society has undervalued sensitivity, teaching us that only the tough succeed, but this book seeks to change that story. Sensitivity is not a weakness or something to be ashamed of, but an invaluable form of strength, offering so many new ways of looking at the world.