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I am Louise and I provide life hacks and information that empowers the highly sensitive so

Let me your support you as a HSP, leader, manager, colleague and HR professional
in harnessing the strenghts of being a HSP, leading to well-being, inclusiveness and creativity in the workplace. 

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This guide is going to focus the top 3 actionable steps that apply to both HSPs and their colleagues, leaders, managers, and HR professionals, empowering all individuals to harness HSP strengths, leading to well-being in workplace.


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Finding a balance between participating in activities and taking care of your own needs is key as a HSP. This workbook is designed to help you learn about your stressors, symptoms and strategies to ease overwhelm and stress so that you can enjoy social activities without complete exhaustion.


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An ebook where I guide you to setting healthy boundaries – in 10 steps. Boundary Bootcamp brings you theoretical knowledge and related exercises to help you set healthy boundaries, protect your energy and prioritize yourself and your well-being.

45 €

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For Highly Sensitive People who want valuable insights on how to make your life easier. These insights will help you gain understanding, confidence and lead you in the right direction towards living a life in alignment with your sensitivity.


You can let go of the pressure of binging all research. This is a fast track to knowing what

you need as a HSP and how to implement it.


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For highly sensitive people, being able to recharge is crucial. There will be days when we overextend ourselves and feel overwhelmed. During those times it can be hard to know where to start and also how to communicate with people around you.
And sometimes we need guidance in creating space for recharge. This is where

this guide comes in. 

5 €

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In this guide I help non-HSP’s see the trait
n a new light and give them tips on how to support a highly sensitive person. This guide also works as a tool for HSP's when they need guidance in explaining the trait to friends, family, partners, colleagues or anyone in their surrounding. Gift it to someone you wish understood you better.


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My name is Louise Henning. I’m a person with a heightened sensitive perception based in Sweden. My mission is to teach leaders and HR professionals in utilizing the strengths of sensitive people, leading to well-being, inclusiveness and creativity in the workplace.

I know what it's like to feel underestimated, drained, undervalued
 in the workplace, and how overwhelming it is to not do what I'm good at.


I also know how important it is to have someone who sees and accept you for who you are, and that is willing to understand, listen and take action for improvement.


You want to create an including workplace that lifts and attracts creative, empathic, loyal and detail oriented employees, aka people with a heightened sensitive perception. But you don’t know where to start and how to make your workplace sensitive friendly. This is where I come in!  I’ll teach you. Together we’ll create a strategy that’ll help you create a workplace that fosters understanding, empathy, team dynamic, creativity, well-being and positive work culture.

I started my Instagram 2017 after being home – exhausted from work back in 2013. I noticed I had a hard time processing everything that was going on around me, I took on other peoples emotions, had a hard time with loud noises, strong scents and my body craved minimum sensory input. Things that made me realize I was a person who has a heightened sensitive perception.


During this time I couldn’t find a place where I felt seen and heard and that spoke to me visually – so I decided to create one myself. A safe little cloud, as I like to call it, where highly sensitive people can get a deeper understanding of their sensitive gift and hang out with likeminded.

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HSP What

A Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is someone who has a finely tuned nervous system and experiences physical, mental or emotional responses to stimuli. The term was first coined by psychologists Elaine Aron and Arthur Aron in the mid-1990s, and being HSP is something you are born with. Everyone can feel sensitive at times, and everyone reacts to stimuli every now and then, but being a highly sensitive person means you experience this on a higher level and it can often seem overwhelming. This is why highly sensitive souls need a lot of time to recharge.

10 signs you might be HSP:

1. You’ve been labeled shy, introverted or

overly sensitive.

2. You get drained by crowds and need time

to revive yourself.

3. You’re sensitive to loud repetitive noises.

4. You have a low tolerance for itchy clothes.

5. You often recharge in the nature.

6. When dealing with energy thieves you

need a lot of time to recuperate.

7. You prefer one-on-one interactions.

8. You’re uncomfortable with bright lights, strong smells
and sudden changes.

9. You’re emotionally exhausted by absorbing other peoples feelings.

10.  You need a lot of down time.

Are you still unsure if you are HSP?
Take Elaine N. Arons questionnaire.


Do you want to book me for a talk, have me on your podcast or work with me in another way you might have in mind? Send me and email.

Thank you for your message!

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