Do any of you have advice about how to not let "the little things" negatively effect you. I'm returning to work now from a year long mat leave and I'm already struggling. Its hard because I walk into work pumping myself up with positive self-talk to increase my confidence and all it seems to take is someone else giving me a half hearted smile, or someone else being in a bad mood, or someone not speaking to me when I made myself open to them, and I feel crushed (butterflies in stomach, a sinking feeling inside, etc...). I've always been like this but I guess after you've had a break from it for awhile its harder to return and deal with it all. Any tips on how to not care about other people's reactions to me SOOO much!!! I've also been contemplating talking to a psychologist but how do I find someone who understands high sensitivity (I live in Canada not the U.S.)?? Any feedback would be appreciated!
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