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Close to my heart. How to live, if you are too sensitive man

Highly sensitive people, or "new introverts" - so called by those who most sharply react to noise or fuss, quickly tired of society and love solitude. These people are sensitive to the world and pay attention to the smallest details, so they often make great poets, artists and writers. However, to live amongst them hard too often have to justify your tiredness and unsociable, too hurtful criticism, too much effort is spent on empathy, and also to conform to society standards. Ilse sand, a Danish author and a certified psychotherapist, in my own experience befell all the hardships and joys of life highly sensitive people, tells how new introverts can finally stop trying to rebuild themselves and begin to live happily in harmony with yourself and your feelings.
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Highly sensitive people, or "new introverts" - so called by those who most sharply react to noise or fuss, quickly tired of society and love solitude. These people are sensitive to the world and pay attention to the smallest details, so they often make great poets, artists and writers. However, to live amongst them hard too often have to justify your tiredness and unsociable, too hurtful criticism, too much effort is spent on empathy, and also to conform to society standards. Ilse sand, a Danish author and a certified psychotherapist, in my own experience befell all the hardships and joys of life highly sensitive people, tells how new introverts can finally stop trying to rebuild themselves and begin to live happily in harmony with yourself and your feelings.
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