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Sensitivity Sites

  1. joyful-work-for-sensitive-people.com/ is a website where Erika Harris details that excellent self-care for sensitive people includes work that is meaningful and joyful.

  2. ShyandFree.com is a personal growth site dedicated to transforming shyness and social anxiety into wholeness and happiness. Perhaps your shyness is guiding you to someone and some things more wonderful than you can imagine.

  3. highlysensitivepeople.com One couple's insights into how to successfully navigate the unique situations and challenges that arise for Highly Sensitive People and their partners.

  4. hsperson.com is Elaine Aron's Official Highly Sensitive Person Website. Try the self-test, read a synopsis of the books and peruse articles from the archives.

  5. Music for HSPs contains an article on music and an extensive listing of music selections for sensitive persons.

  6. highlysensitivesouls.com is Jenna Avery's website. Resources and coaching for HSPs, including TeleClasses on self care and career transformation, a free monthly TeleGathering, book recommendations, links and information on the Enneagram and MBTI.

  7. drtedzeff.comis Ted Zeff's web site with information for HSPs on coping strategies, a healing program for HSPs on CD, and individual instruction.

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For the Children

  1. livingjoyfully This article "Allowing Your Highly Sensitive Child to SHINE With Unschooling" by Anne Ohman, a mother of a sensitive boy, portrays the essence of sensitivity better than all the books put together. It is a must read for all parents of sensitive children. After reading this story you will never be able to attempt to force your child to be normal again. You will never again be swayed by the experts who advise you on how to correct or educate your child.

  2. The Natural Child Project All children behave as well as they are treated. An interesting website with informative and thought provoking articles on child rearing.

  3. continuum-concept.org Website of the Liedloff Continuum Network (LCN) for parents, parents-to-be and anyone who cares about the well-being of infants and children - by advocating the principles described in The Continuum Concept and suggesting practical ways to integrate them into daily life. We also hope to serve those who are recovering from the adverse effects of a modern, "non-continuum" upbringing.

  4. holtgws.com Holt Associates/Growing Without Schooling is a clearinghouse for information about homeschooling and the work of John Holt. It emphasizes children's ability to learn without a formal curriculum, without mimicking school in the home. We focus on how people learn and how others can help them, and we stress the use of real-life, community resources.

  5. unschooling.com "I am beginning to suspect all elaborate and special systems of education. They seem to me to be built upon the supposition that every child is a kind of idiot who must be taught to think. Whereas, if the child is left to himself, he will think more and better, if less showly."

  6. besthomeschooling.org The best advice of seasoned homeschoolers and other educators. Many articles and links on all aspects of homeschooling.

  7. unassistedchildbirth.com   Bornfree! The Unassisted Childbirth Page. Laura Shanley's site is dedicated to the belief that women are the true experts of birth. Drugs, machinery and medical personnel are no match for a woman's own intellect and intuition. Birth is sexual and spiritual, magical and miraculous - but not when it's managed, controlled, and manipulated by the medical establishment. Articles and stories on this site will help women to cast off their fears and begin to believe in their own abilities.

  8. ratical.org/many_worlds/JCP98.html An interview with Joseph Chilton Pearce where he talks about the problems with the school system, the decreasing levels of sensitivity in children, the negative effects of television and medical technological childbirth and the need to recognize the wisdom of our hearts.

  9. bullying.co.uk This web site from England has extensive information on every conceivable subject about bullying. There are links to other bullying web sites around the world.

  10. Hoagies Gifted Education Page is a comprehensive resource guide for education of gifted children. It's full of great information, with links to the most complete, easiest to use, resources on nearly every aspect of gifted education available on the Internet, plus lots of annotations and first hand information provided by parents facing the same challenges that you are facing.

  11. Jon's Homeschool Resource Page is one of the oldest and largest homeschooling sites on the Web. Links to 15 countries.

  12. articles.mercola.com/2001/aug/18/vaccine_myths.htm Thoroughly referenced three part article on Dispelling Vaccination Myths. One parent's investigation into the myths and facts about vaccines.

  13. nvic.org National Vaccine Information Center. Vaccines, immunizations or inoculations are recommended for every child born in the United States. A vaccination shouldn't hurt a child but sometimes they do. Before your child takes the risk, find out what it is.

  14. Parents Requesting Open Vaccine Education provides information on vaccines, and immunization policies and practices.

  15. earth-walk.net provides support, guidance and programs for "highly aware" children and families to better understand and appreciate their multi-sensory and multi-dimensional abilities and to learn practical tools to live with wholeness, harmony and joy.

  16. o2.co.ukToday, kids and teenagers tend to know more about mobiles, the internet and social media than adults.
    That's why we've written this guide. It's to help adults understand what kids really do on their mobiles and the internet. And it's also to help you talk to your kids openly about the risks, so they know how to protect themselves.

  17. freestuffandsamples.com/newestsamplesblog/free-homeschooling-resources/ Whether you are considering homeschool or you are already committed to educating your children in the home, finding resources for this method of learning can be daunting. However, it does not have to be expensive. Nowadays thanks to the Internet you can find curriculum, worksheets, and ideas for teaching methods without paying anything.

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Testing Sites

  1. At www.keirsey.com you can take a short test to determine your Meyers-Briggs personality type. After taking the test you can see tables of the accumulated results from the many people who have also taken this test. Very interesting and informative about how small a part of the population HSPs actually are.

  2. authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu has a number of self tests to rate your happiness, optimism, relationships, work life, emotions, etc against other people like yourself. A simple registration is required.

  3. coachville.com/tl/supersensitiveperson/selftest2.html has a 100-item sensitivity questionnaire that you can take. Thomas Leonard was well known in the Coaching community.

  4. HighlySensitivePersn Elaine Aron's copyrighted sensitivity questionnaire is on this site.

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Health Sites

  1. Food Can Make You Ill provides a complete guide of information and resources on food intolerance and food allergy. Healthy eating is only 'healthy' if it works for you and YOU are unique.

  2. breathing.com A comprehensive alternative health site about breathing development. Free eZine, breathing tests, tips, articles about health, etc. Self help manual, recorded exercises, lectures, workshops, private sessions. eZine-subscribe- breathing.com/subscribe.htm

  3. livingnutrition.com Living Nutrition Magazine is the world's premier health periodical, dedicated to teaching health seekers how to eat their natural diet of alive raw fruits and vegetables, self-heal and build everlasting superb health the natural way.

  4. HealthWorld Online has everything you could ever want to know about holistic health and alternative healing information.

  5. The Good Health PREVIEW Directory Extensive target searching for previews of websites from a wide range of topics in alternative medicine, wellness and physical fitness, with links.

  6. Health Freedom Resources Practical Knowledge in Holistic Health, Alternative Medicine, Natural Healing, Nutrition and Herbs

  7. cancure.org The Cancer Cure Foundation, the ultimate one-stop source for information about alternative cancer treatments, therapies and clinics.

  8. Natural Vision Improvement is a wholistic approach to vision care. Vision educators teach easy exercises and key habits to help students: back out of glasses, keep focusing flexibility up close with aging and improve the health of their eyes.

  9. mcsrr.org Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Referral and Resources. Professional outreach, patient support, and public advocacy devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, accommodation and prevention of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Disorders

  10. International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) IDA's goals are to be effective in stopping the adverse environmental impact on dark skies by building awareness of the problem of light pollution and of the solutions, and to educate everyone about the value and effectiveness of quality nighttime lighting.

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Other Interesting Sites

  1. Selfgrowth.com is a guide to information about Self-Improvement, Personal Growth and Self Help on the Internet. It is designed to be an organized directory referencing information in other Web Sites on the World Wide Web.

  2. pioneerthinking.com Pioneer Thinking - a family-oriented natural-simple living community on the web sharing practical knowledge, ideas and experiences to provide a refreshingly new perspective on topics that affect our lives.

  3. OmPlace is a Conscious Living Directory, Alternative Yellow Pages, Alternative News for Healing Arts, Spirit, Environment and more.

  4. Lists of Teleclasses on various topics are found at teleclass4u.com

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Business and Professionals Sites

  1. If you have a website, check out this resource Selfpromotion.com. You can use it for free to register your site with all the important search engines and indexes, and THEN decide if and how much you want to pay to support the service. They also have an affiliate partner program at selfpromotion.com/partner.t if you would like to support this site.

  2. WordTips is a great newsletter about using Microsoft Word. You can find information at word.tips.net

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ADD/ADHD and Autism Sites

  1. Sensitive Artist Robert Toth was considered to have ADD as a child in school. You can see his award winning art at the Realm of Art Gallery.

  2. irlen.com Irlen syndrome/scotopic sensitivity for reading problems, learning disabilities, add-hd and dyslexia through the use of colour.

  3. The Autism Treatment Center of America The Son-Rise Program is a highly effective method for helping children with Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and related developmental challenges that has been achieving dramatic results for over 25 years.

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