We may dislike Facebook, but there are two features we love very much: Pages and Groups.

Facebook pages are great because you get to choose which topics to follow and which ones not to. Facebook Groups are great because they consist of a community of like-minded individuals.

And that’s why today, we’d like to share 9 Facebook groups for highly sensitive people.

Because if you’re anything like us, you love to scroll through a group’s feed and read about what other people are struggling with.

You also like to follow along silently, like a conversation or two, and then learn a thing or two about navigating life as a highly sensitive person.

And maybe even, unlike us, you actually enjoy interacting with people around the topics you care about.

Facebook Groups for Highly Sensitive People

Please note: while putting together this list of Facebook communities, we considered the following conditions:

  • The group is active with daily interactions
  • Discussions are related to highly sensitive people (HSPs), high sensitivity, and the daily challenges HSPs face
  • The group has strict rules and guidelines, with an emphasis on ‘no judgement’.

Let’s dive in.

Facebook groups for highly sensitive people

1. Highly Sensitive People

With 47K members (as at the time of writing this), Highly Sensitive People is a private group that’s been in existence since 2008.

This Facebook group explores the Highly Sensitive person and Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS) as defined by Dr. Elaine Aron. In fact, before you join, the group recommends reading her book of the same title.

You’ll need to answer 4 questions if you’re to join this group. There’s no shortcut to it. And some of the rules and guidelines for this Facebook group are as follows:

  • Be kind and diplomatic in your words
  • Keep posts succinct and related to HSP.
  • Memes, links, and photos need to relate to HSP.
  • Be respectful to admins and to all cultures
  • This is not an “empath” group, nor a psychic group
  • No medical advice or posts of a suicidal nature.

Learn More Here.

2. Highly Sensitive Refuge

Based on the HSP blog, Highly Sensitive Refuge, this Facebook group is an extension of the online community by Jenn Granneman and Andre Solo.

It’s a private group with 13K members (as of writing this) and daily interactions.

The mission of the group is to prove that high sensitivity can be strong, it’s okay to be an HSP, and the world could use a little more of what HSPs have.

To join the group is simple and straightforward. However, you will be immediately removed and banned from Highly Sensitive Refuge if you share any of the following:

  • Hate speech
  • Inappropriate, offensive language and profanity
  • Self-promotion
  • Discrimination of any kind
  • Suspicious external links

Learn More Here.

3. Highly Sensitive People Support Group

Coming in at number 3 in my list of Facebook groups for highly sensitive people is this private group. Which 6K members (as of writing this), Highly Sensitive People Support Group is exactly as the name suggests – it’s a support group for HSPs.

And before joining this group, please take note of the following guidelines:

  • Bullying, name-calling, racism, sexism, political discussions, and religious arguments will not be tolerated.
  • Be respectful and nice to one another
  • No preaching in the group about any aspect of your choices.
  • No intimidation of any sort towards any other member about their choices
  • If you block one or more of the admins, you will be removed.
  • With regards to lifestyle choices, each to their own.

Learn More Here.

4. Supporting the Highly Sensitive Child

If the name of this Facebook group sounds familiar, other than the fact that it’s an English statement, it’s because the group is a project by James Williams. And if you don’t know who this is, he’s authored a book in the same name, “Supporting the Highly Sensitive Child”, and 3 others like it.

Learn more about James here.

As for the group, its primary purpose is to provide a safe place for parents and caregivers of highly sensitive children. It’s a place to connect and support each other by sharing personal experiences and relevant resources.

Some of the rules and guidelines for the group include the following:

  • Be kind and courteous
  • No self-promotion
  • No unsolicited messages and friend requests
  • Respect everyone’s privacy
  • No hate speech or bullying
  • Prevent arguments and disagreements

Learn More Here.

5. Highly Sensitive Parents

As the name suggests, this is a Facebook group for highly sensitive parents looking for more balance, flow and purpose in life. It’s a group for information, inspiration, and support.

And it’s a community created by Karin Monster-Peters – an energy management and life purpose coach.

According to the About page of the group, this is NOT for you if:

  • You’re looking for a place to complain, judge, take advantage of others, tear people down, or instigate ugly communication
  • You thrive on drama, excuses, blaming, criticizing, living in victim mode, or in any way avoiding responsibility for your own self, actions, voice or circumstances.
  • You can’t take a joke. (Guess this counts us out, as sometimes, we can’t even tell it’s a joke. 🤷🏽‍♀️)

And some of the group’s posting guidelines are as follows:

  • Ask questions that directly relate to being an HSP, living in purpose, and being a parent.
  • Feel free to disagree with someone, but please do it respectfully.
  • There are 3 strikes to breaching guidelines. On strike one, your post is considered unintentional. Second strike, the post is deleted. Third strike, you’re banned from the group.
  • Promotion is allowed. But before promoting, you’re required to formally introduce yourself.

And that’s about it.

Learn More Here.

6. Services for Highly Sensitive People

Wondering where else to promote your HSP products and/or services? If you’re on Facebook, this group is for you.

Services for Highly Sensitive People is a public group providing a space for people to offer their services tailored to Highly Sensitive persons. And as for an interesting fact, the group is a child of the very first group we listed – Highly Sensitive People.

So if you’re a therapist, psychologist, life coach, inspirational speaker, or spiritual encourager, this Facebook group is for you.

Learn More Here

7. Natural Health for the Highly Sensitive Person

We like how with Facebook groups for highly sensitive people, you don’t have to (or need to) figure out what’s going on. The purpose is right in the name. And that’s how it is with this group.

Natural Health for the Highly Sensitive Person is a group for high-sensing people who want to learn how natural health can unlock the power of their sensitivity.

And that’s how short and direct the description of this Facebook group is.

As for rules and guidelines, they are as follows:

  • No links to websites outside of Facebook
  • Be kind
  • No promotions, spam, or medical advice
  • Support each other

Simple. Direct. And to the point.

Learn More Here.

8. Highly Sensitive Business Leaders

This Facebook group is a companion of The Highly Sensitive Leader podcast by Muriel Kosovsky. So if you’ve heard of the podcast, this is the community associated with it. And if you haven’t, here it is on Spotify.

As the name suggests, the Highly Sensitive Business Leaders group is a safe and supportive community celebrating highly sensitive leaders in their business or working in a corporate environment. It promises to help members with the following:

  • Understand the ins and outs of your HSP trait
  • Find out whether you (or your partner, friend, colleague) have the trait and to what extent
  • Ask questions, share information, and get guidance around how to best manage your mind when over-stimulation and overwhelm kick in.
  • Build a mindset and habits adapted to your trait
  • Learn the best ways to manage your time, resources and professional relationships as an HSP
  • Get recommendations and advice if you have hired an HSP or have a partner who is an HSP

As for the group’s rules and guidelines, they are few and quite straightforward.

  • Be Kind: Highly sensitive members here
  • No hate speech or bullying
  • No promotions or spam
  • Respect everyone’s privacy

And that’s pretty much it.

Learn More Here

9. The Resilient Mind – Womxn’s HSP & Anxiety Empowerment Group

Are you a highly sensitive womxn struggling with anxiety?

Do you feel like you have no control over your emotions, thoughts, or feelings, often trying your best to hide it from others?

Feel misunderstood and judged for being “too sensitive” or “overly dramatic”?

Have trouble just getting out of your head?

If your answer to these questions is YES, this might be the group you’ve been looking for. Because that’s exactly how Isha Yemula – certified health coach and the creator of this Facebook group – writes as an introduction for the About section.

And as for what to expect in this group, here’s a quick list:

  • Free resources and tools to support your high sensitivity and overactive mind
  • Access to special events and HSP & Anxiety-specific programs
  • Free assessment call to see what’s currently making you feel stuck
  • Informative articles, inspirational stories, encouraging quotes, and fun activities
  • Opportunity to connect with an invaluable group of like-minded womxn

Some of the rules and guidelines include:

  • Be respectful and follow the group rules
  • Be open-minded to other people’s viewpoints
  • No hate speech or bullying allowed
  • No self-promotion or solicitation without permission

And that’s about it. Head over here to learn more.

In the End

None of our list of resources for highly sensitive people is ever finite. We keep adding to it whenever we come across something relatable and helpful. And that’s the case with this list of Facebook groups for highly sensitive people.

We’re already members of 4 of these 9 groups listed here. The other 5 we came across while doing research for this post. So if you have an additional group or know of one that should be part of this list, please mention it in the comments.

We’ll look into it, and add it to the list so other HSPs can find it.

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