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Post by melodiccolor on Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:24 pm

This article was posted on our Facebook page. The author uses CASIGYs to mean HSP and gifted individuals.

http://therapistforsensitiveandgifted.com/how-casigys-can-make-desired-changes/

My reply to the article on Facebook:

How I approach learning and changing habits is a bit different, but essentially the process described is fairly accurate for most people. As an exteacher and learning specialist, I have observed this process in almost everyone. My own approach to change has these differences; a life long love of learning; no fear of failure; always recognizing mistakes are part of life and perfectionism is a myth, and introducing gradual changes to life long routines where possible so the process is fairly painless. There is great insight into what was shared in this article.

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Post by lunarparty on Mon Apr 03, 2017 1:07 am

I can observe myself going through this very cycle right now! This is an awesome article. Thank you for sharing Very Happy
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