Yes, I’m Sensitive.

Published On April 30, 2015 | By Carrie Buchanan |

I cry too much.  I sense your “tone” has changed.  I feel for those people injured. Loud noises drive me bonkers. Yes, I enjoy my solitude, and being criticized could make me cry.  I have no tolerance for pain and I hate being told I take things too personally and I really can’t help it.  And this study proves it.

A 2014 study published in the journal Brain and Behavior found that highly sensitive people experienced more activity in regions of the brain associated with empathy and awareness when exposed to pictures of emotional individuals than the average person. In other words, we’re neurologically wired to behave the way that we do.

Are you one of “us”?  (smile)  13 Things Anyone Who Knows A Highly Sensitive Person Should Know — Click HERE for the full story.

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