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Learning about the trait of high/sensory-processing sensitivity may have been the single greatest factor in me finally learning to accept, love and value myself. Being ignorant of such a fundamental part of my nature had me constantly trying to improve, adapt, accommodate, comply, "get along," etc. I was denying my essence, and didn't even know it.
Those days are over.
I now celebrate my sensitivity with great joy and delight. I share "the good news" with others (offline and online). And I firmly believe our neurological wiring endows HSPs to serve as evolutionary leaders -- leaders that inspire social change with noble motives like empathy, benevolence and generosity.
I will always be deeply grateful to you, Dr. Aron, for making available this life-changing information.
We are all incredibly valuable :-)
Erika Harris, Creator
Joyful Work for Sensitive People
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