Being hypersensitive means paying attention, in an instinctive way, to the slightest detail and the subtleties of those around you. We look closely at every word, every gesture, every tone of voice to deduce information that many other people do not hear or perceive. Are you a good listener? I spoke about this just yesterday in my blog post.
The areas of the brain related to consciousness, emotions, feelings of empathy and “mirror neurons” are more activated than in people who are not hypersensitive.
Unfortunately, being more receptive to the emotions or incongruities of those around us often leads us to end up in the abyss of vulnerability. We end up living in a world that we do not always understand and that often leads to depression. They suffer more sadness on a daily basis because of disappointment and the feeling of being different, but all this does not determine the appearance of a depressive state.
The hypersensitive person is tired of listening to things such as “you take things too much to heart”, “nothing affects you”, “we can not tell you anything”.
Being hypersensitive means paying attention, in an instinctive way, to the slightest detail and the subtleties of those around you. It also means turning that hypersensitivity inward. In order to avoid depression as an hypersensitive person, it is necessary to control all stimuli and enjoy moments of loneliness. A hypersensitive person must be aware of his condition, make this gift a strength and understand that his life is born from the heart. It is an exceptional virtue that sets it apart from others.