21 Traits Of Highly Sensitive People… #15 Is Why They Make Ideal Lovers.
We have all come across a highly sensitive person before. Or maybe you are related to someone that falls into this category. We all know that you have to be very careful in the words that you choose to say because you never know how they will react.
Recent studies have shown several habits that are carried out by these types of highly sensitive people, and we have pretty much seen all of them over the course of life. They tend to be very deep thinkers and while that’s not a bad thing overall, it sometimes can have pretty bad effects on the person inside. The deep thoughts can lead to some great ideas and decisions to come from the person so they are a great addition to your team, if you can get them to join. Most highly sensitive people tend to want to work alone.
If you know anyone like this there are a lot of good hints to know about here. It may help you to learn more about these people and help you deal with them a little better.
#1. The feelings run much deeper than normal.
Highly sensitive people feel things emotionally much deeper than other people. Their level of thought makes things feel more intense.
#2. Many highly sensitive people live their entire lives without ever knowing they carry this special gift.
It can cause problems in their personal and work relationships so if you know of someone who is highly sensitive, take notice to how they react to environments and emotional experiences.
#3. They hear the same things over and over again.
A highly sensitive person will always be asked the same things; “Why are you so sensitive?” and "Don’t take things so personally.” This stems from their ability to easily share their feelings with others, not always in a positive way.
#4. Their emotions are shared quite easily.
They don't have a problem sharing something that sometimes can easily "take control of them." They also react quickly in showing concern for others.
#5. Highly sensitive people are more likely to detect someone lying before others do.
They make excellent detectives, not only because of their intuition and attention to detail, but also because they pick up on non-verbal signs that most people miss.
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