Jenna Avery on helping sensitive souls thrive

Jenna AveryJenna Avery is “The Life Coach for Sensitive Souls” – helping individuals recognize and more fully express their gifts as highly sensitive people.

In our interview, she talks about some of the challenges we may face in taking care of ourselves and living our purpose, such as being overly self-critical or not setting good self-care boundaries.

She also talks about her new project of interviewing creative visionaries about how they stay on track and make more effective contributions.

Her main site, where you can sign up for her newsletter, and learn more about her Embrace Your Essential Self program and other resources:
http://highlysensitivesouls.com

Also see her Sensitive Professionals Network site http://www.sensitiveprofessionals.com

Jenna mentions an HSP Conference with Jacquelyn Strickland – listen to our podcast interview

Also see the Highly Sensitive site http://highlysensitive.org/

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  1. Ina Trider says:

    Once again you have helped me to understand so much about this sensitivity of mine. Being ‘different’ takes a lot of courage I must say, and how very important it is to have a support sysem in place!
    I have reached into a level of consciousness of ill doing in professional practices that had to be dealt with – as a matter of principle. It was ignored at every level as I tried to bring light into the matter. This was with the medical profession and their way of dealing with their mistakes. It cost me years of confuson, loss of work and a cripping pain until I heard the medical name for the conditions that I was trying to deal with and had no name for them. Since then, I have turned to Alternative medical practices which are costly but they kept me sane. I realized their cover-up 5 years ago and the nonesense in that struck my social conscience, and wih that, there was no stopping me from getting awarenes of wrong doing to them; in spite of their desire to ignore my illness and words. In this year, I now understand that there is a committee formed to look into such matters on the university level. The sensitivity was so strong, there was no stopping me in spite of warnings and illness.
    Indeed, it was a mission. Ina

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