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Sensitive People: feel everything <p><a href="http://ayame1220.tumblr.com/post/169847178350/psych2go-8-signs-youre-a-highly-sensitive" class="tumblr_blog">ayame1220</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://psych2go.me/post/169847021507/8-signs-youre-a-highly-sensitive-person-hsp" class="tumblr_blog">psych2go</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2><b>8 Signs You’re a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)</b></h2> <p>Susan Cain’s book <i>Quiet</i> was a catalyst for the introvert movement that helped bring awareness towards personality types with a greater need for solitude and less stimulating environments. With one third to half of the world’s population made up of introverts, it’s great that we finally began to acknowledge and talk about their unique set of traits and tendencies. Along with introversion, sensitivity has also made the headlines and been widely discussed. The personality trait was first researched by Dr. Elaine N. Aron in 1991. All of her important findings have been published in various articles and in her book <i>The Highly Sensitive Person</i>.</p> <p>Although it’s a trait being acknowledged more, Aron states that sensitive people are still often considered the “minority” of the population. She emphasizes that culture plays a large role towards how sensitivity is valued. Aron writes, “In cultures where it is not valued, HSPs tend to have low self esteem. They are told ‘don’t be so sensitive’ so that they feel abnormal.”…</p> <h2><b>1. You feel deeply and tend to be more emotionally reactive.</b></h2> <p>Have people often called you “deep” when you provide your insights? Then, you may be an HSP. </p> <h2><b><a href="https://psych2go.net/8-signs-youre-highly-sensitive-person-hsp/">=&gt; CONTINUE READING HERE &lt;=</a></b></h2> </blockquote> <p>I think I might be a HSP</p> </blockquote>
Sensitive People: feel everything
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<h2><b>8 Signs You’re a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)</b></h2>
<p>Susan Cain’s book <i>Quiet</i> was a catalyst for the introvert movement that helped bring awareness towards personality types with a greater need for solitude and less stimulating environments. With one third to half of the world’s population made up of introverts, it’s great that we finally began to acknowledge and talk about their unique set of traits and tendencies. Along with introversion, sensitivity has also made the headlines and been widely discussed. The personality trait was first researched by Dr. Elaine N. Aron in 1991. All of her important findings have been published in various articles and in her book <i>The Highly Sensitive Person</i>.</p>
<p>Although it’s a trait being acknowledged more, Aron states that sensitive people are still often considered the “minority” of the population. She emphasizes that culture plays a large role towards how sensitivity is valued. Aron writes, “In cultures where it is not valued, HSPs tend to have low self esteem. They are told ‘don’t be so sensitive’ so that they feel abnormal.”…</p>
<h2><b>1. You feel deeply and tend to be more emotionally reactive.</b></h2>
<p>Have people often called you “deep” when you provide your insights? Then, you may be an HSP. </p>
<h2><b><a href="https://psych2go.net/8-signs-youre-highly-sensitive-person-hsp/">=&gt; CONTINUE READING HERE &lt;=</a></b></h2>
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<p>I think I might be a HSP</p>
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