8 Surprising Traits of Highly Sensitive People video
You have probably come across the term "highly sensitive person" somewhere on the internet or in the media. Today it is very common and popular to talk about it, with many articles focusing on highly sensitive people, especially children, and the unique skills and challenges they face. But what does the research say about highly sensitive people? Elaine Aron's book « The Highly Sensitive Person: How To Thrive When The World Overwasms You"(The Highly Sensitive Person: How To Thrive When The World Overwhelms You) suggests that up to 20% of the population may be" highly sensitive people. " But are all highly sensitive people the same? Here we discuss 8 possible types of highly sensitive people, and the research, or lack thereof, surrounding each type. These 8 types are: people with fine limits, orchid children, sensory-defensive people, empaths, people prone to fantasy, gifted, sensitive to electricity and sensitive.
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