November 2011: Comfort Zone ONLINE
Dear Highly Sensitive Readers,
It's the holidays again. And winter's coming. Eek. For tips about how you or your sensitive child can better enjoy the holidays, use the Google search engine here on the website for "holidays" and maybe "Christmas" and "shopping."
In this newsletter:
I've had a review of the theory and research accepted by a very good academic journal. This is going to be very important for its scientific future. The reviewers of the article and the editor all praised it highly and asked for almost no revisions. This is quite unusual for such a journal. Most articles are turned down or require substantial revision. Here's a link to the abstract. Once it is formally published you will have to pay to download it, so get it now if you want it.
The Highly Sensitive Person has been published in Hungarian, and it is set that The Highly Sensitive Child will be published in Hebrew.
Holiday Gift Ideas:
Any of the books, DVDs, or CDs in the store could make a nice gift to someone you might suspect is highly sensitive. Don't forget the parent of your nearest HSC, or that HSP who is a special friend and might like the boxed set of the original paper newsletters--$65 (until January 1--these are normally $90).
Here's a special holiday deal for your favorite therapist (or anyone, including yourself). Because we want to have these two books out in front of more people's eyeballs, from now until January 1, Psychotherapy and the Highly Sensitive Person and The Undervalued Self are offered for a combined price of $50. Separately they would be $70.
The Highly Sensitive Person has always been available as an audio book, read by British actress Barbara Caruso. Listening to her makes you feel really swell about your sensitivity, and her cultured Shakespearian voice will definitely make a good impression on that special someone who you want to learn more about sensitivity. What we have been selling, an ordinary set of CDs, has been replaced by two quite different formats:
[EDITOR'S UPDATE 2016: Print newsletters are currently unavailable.]
That's all the huckstering I can tolerate. Have a wonderful holiday time, easy going and full of depth and meaning. More in February when the cold winds blow, yet the days are lengthening again.
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