Imagine an HSP-friendly cafe: soft lighting, quiet music, cushy seats, plenty of space to kick off your shoes and relax.
On the community bulletin board above the napkins, creamer, and stirring stick station, you notice a calendar of events for the month:
- a guest speaker on the topic “How to Think Straight and Speak Clearly in Emotionally Charged Situations”
- a discussion group that’s starting a new book by your favorite Christian author
- a 4-week class: “Stop Thinking Things to Death”
- a monthly Q&A session where you can submit your question(s) anonymously ahead of time
In the back of the cafe, you see several small private meeting rooms. Since it’s Wednesday, the signs on the doors read “HSPs and Chronic Pain” … “Parenting Your Highly Sensitive Child” … and “Tender Hearts Prayer Time.”
Around a table nearby, a cluster of women are enjoying tea, scones, and earnest (yet not overwhelming) conversation.
Whenever you visit, you feel invigorated … never inundated.
This is my vision for The Sensitive and Strong Community Cafe:
An online safe space for Highly Sensitive Christian women that offers you a variety of connection and collaboration options to pick-and-choose from, based on your specific needs and personal schedule.
In The Sensitive and Strong Community Cafe, we gather to
- encourage one another
- learn together in a safe community
- serve others with confidence
It’s not free, but it’s worth the fee. For the cost of a weekly mocha and pastry at a coffee shop, you get 24/7 access to The Sensitive and Strong Community Cafe. You can show up in your PJs, if you like!
We’ve chosen a platform that’s simple to use, easy on your eyes. You’ll always get to choose what you do (and don’t) participate in. And your monthly subscription rate will never increase.
I teach regular workshops, on topics you help select. I host Q&A sessions, drawn from questions you submit. And I’m active in the various discussions.
Are you a growth-oriented women who wants to be part of a Christ-centered HSP learning community?
In His Delight,
aka Gentle Person
Founder of Sensitive and Strong: the place for the HSP Christian woman to find connection