Knowing which type(s) of sensitivity you have can help you understand how you react to different situations.
Many introverts are naturally gifted writers. So why do they clam up or draw a blank when talking out loud?
Both introverts and sensitive people think deeply about life, but only one of them craves solitude.
For highly sensitive people, who process stimulation deeply and feel emotions strongly, stress can be intense.
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Other people may not understand why highly sensitive people (HSPs) do these seemingly unusual things.
These “extroverted” behaviors are foreign, uncomfortable, and downright annoying to introverts.
Introverts often find it hard to quickly express their thoughts, but this isn’t a flaw. It’s their brains diving deep.
Small talk is neither emotionally nor intellectually stimulating, so it can feel like an inefficient use of an introvert’s limited social energy.
Sometimes it’s hard to see the good in being sensitive because people often think of it as a bad thing.