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Back to Comfort ZoneNovember 2013: Comfort Zone ONLINE
Share Your HSP Success Story

You now have the opportunity to help tens of thousands of other highly sensitive people by sharing your successful coping strategies. It will be authored/edited by Ted Zeff, a psychologist and author with more than 15 years' experience counseling sensitive children and adults, especially men and the parents of Highly Sensitive boys. He is already the author of three books on high sensitivity and is now in the process of writing a fourth, The Empowered Highly Sensitive Person: Stories of HSPs Successfully Coping in a Non-HSP World. To do this, he has put out a call to you and to parents of HSCs to submit stories for possible inclusion in his new book.

If you prefer to tell your story by phone, email tedzeff108@gmail.com to arrange a time.

Below is information and a link that will take you to his website to submit your story. Please feel free to share your success story involving your sensitivity about any of the following topics or in any area that may not be included below:

Your job, marriage and children, dating, friendships, going out to restaurants, movies and parties, dealing with illness, noise, diet, exercise, sleep, school, bullying, parents, siblings, pets, family gatherings, travel, crowds, religious institutions, or your sensitive child at school, with peers, or in the family.

Please try to keep your story to a maximum of 2 pages.

To submit your story, please click:

http://drtedzeff.com/your-story/

 

Novevmber 2013 Articles:

A Letter from Elaine
Why this Might be Nearly the Last Issue of Comfort Zone
Share Your HSP Success Story
A Brief Reminder for the Holidays
An HSP (me) Visits New Zealand
On Making Decisions
Discussing Your Trait with Therapists

 

More Comfort Zone Email Newsletters


Novevmber 2013 Articles:

A Letter from Elaine

Why this Might be Nearly the Last Issue of Comfort Zone

Share Your HSP Success Story

A Brief Reminder for the Holidays

An HSP (me) Visits New Zealand

On Making Decisions

Discussing Your Trait with Therapists

 

 

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