Reasons to Love a HSP
Someone reading my post about “3 Tips to Loving a HSP”, may have thought, “What's in it for me? If I have to deal with their sensitivities making me uncomfortable, then what do I get out of it?” If that was you, this is the part to stop reading. Because you are exactly the wrong person to be in a relationship with a HSP. (or perhaps anyone, for that matter). On the flip side, if you recognize the magic in your HSP relationships, and want to learn more about their gifts, and the way they impact your life, please, carry on...
The number one reason to love a HSP is...
1. Because you do! You love ALL of them. No, not every single HSP in the world, what I mean is that you love the HSP's in your life because of the fullness of who they are. You recognize that their depth of kindness wouldn't be possible without their ability to feel ALL the emotions at that depth. You loving them fully doesn't mean they never challenge (or annoy) you, but you don't just love parts of them, you love them as a whole.
Now that we've got that down, reasons to love a HSP can now transform into:
Reasons Loving a HSP is Awesome!
And the list goes like so:
1. They are wildly considerate.
2. They know your potential are your greatest cheerleader as you work towards your goals.
3. They are incredibly patient, (with everyone but themselves).
4. They are weird and quirky. Once they open up to you, you'll never stop laughing.
5. They see you, and will challenge you to grow into the fullest expression of yourself.
6. They will care for you with their whole heart, and they love to do it, so let them. Don't expect it from them without any appreciation though, because they are extremely rebellious and can't stand obligation or expectation.
7. They find so much joy in the little things.
That's just the beginning! HSPs are amazing friends, coworkers, partners and all around humans because they are dedicated to changing the world, and they start at home by looking out for your needs and doing what they can to support you. Just be sure not to take advantage of that, and do your best to remind them when they have forgotten, that they are important too.