5 Things You Need To Know To Survive And Thrive If You Love Or Are In A Relationship With A Highly Sensitive Person, With Carrie Mead of Curiosity Life Coaching
Create a nurturing environment. Dim the lights, lower the volume, hold the fragrances. Your loved one gets overstimulated easily. Overstimulation can occur when his or her senses get attacked from all angles. While you may love loud music and scented air fresheners, your HSP does not. Creating an environment that is comforting and nurturing for your loved one shows them that you understand them and care about their needs. Nothing says “I love you” to your HSP like a room with low lighting, warm blankets, and unscented candles.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Carrie Mead MS. Carrie is a Professional Life Coach, Psychotherapist, and Reiki practitioner based in Maryland. Carrie created Curiosity Life Coaching to help men and women successfully navigate major life transitions such as retirement, divorce, career changes, and loss. Carrie provides guidance, support and empowering exercises to help her clients redefine and enact on their life’s mission following a major life transition. Carrie combines the action-oriented tasks of life coaching with the rejuvenating practice of Reiki to offer her clients a holistic approach to mind-body-spirit development. Connecting authentically and compassionately forms the basis of all of Carrie’s personal and professional relationships. Carrie holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling from McDaniel College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Gettysburg College. When not working, Carrie enjoys gardening, swimming in the ocean, and spending time with her family.
Thank you so much for doing this with us! Can you tell our readers a little bit about yourself and what you do professionally?
My official title is Professional Life Coach and Psychotherapist but I have a diverse work history. My entire career has been steeped…