Having lived and learned you probably now know that those “sensitive” types you may have rejected when you were younger are actually the kind of guys you should be dating. Because as you’ve matured, you’ve also realized that sensitive guys are usually much nicer and easier to get along with. Good communication is necessary for a happy, healthy, long-lasting relationship.
If you stop communicating, hold grudges, place blame, keep score, or try to constantly one-up each other it can become problematic—which is why sensitivity is a crucial trait in a partner.
Elaine Aron began to study this trait more closely.
Surprisingly, she discovered that 15-20% of the population carries the trait that classifies them as highly sensitive, which means they respond to external stimuli more noticeably than non-HSP’s.
messages that have the overarching subtext of “How do I love them even better? Second, I couldn’t understand this question more—it has been suggested that I’m an HSP, an empath, deeply introverted and a number of other things (all of which have validity). I get over-stimulated easily during every day activities.
I go for walks with ear plugs in and sunglasses on to limit stimulation.
First of all, let me say that I absolutely adore getting messages like these…How can I better engage with my highly sensitive partner?”–First of all, let me say that I absolutely adore getting messages like these… It has been suggested that I’m an HSP, an empath, deeply introverted, and a number of other things (all of which have validity)…I am incredibly sensitive. Or were you more likely to go for the outgoing, charismatic type?Sensitive guys were probably those guys you were friends with…the ones you could lean on and pour your heart out too, but were more often than not relinquished to the “friend zone” during those formative dating years.e have discussed the highly sensitive person many times before, but if this is your first time hearing the term, here is a quick summary for you.Before the 1990s, heightened sensitivity in humans was not widely talked about, but in 1991, a psychologist named Dr.I have different needs than non-sensitives, and this isn’t always easy for the people close to me to deal with. Because of my highly reactive nervous system, I get overstimulated easily.For example, after working at my job or hanging out with friends, I need quiet downtime to calm my ramped up senses.Maybe some of these types of behaviors sound familiar to you (in terms of your personal experience, or you recognize these traits in your highly sensitive partner).As a highly sensitive person, I sometimes feel like a burden to others.