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emotionally sensitive

By Anatasia S. Kim, PhD, coauthor of It’s Time to Talk (And Listen)

Yes, absolutely. As long as you’re not looking to mainstream news or social media for the answers.

Stop being so sensitive. For many of us who feel things intensely, these words are all too familiar, extremely frustrating, and often end up making us feel worse. Now, for the first time ever, psychologist and author of the new book The Emotionally Sensitive Person, Karyn D. Hall offers compassionate, effective techniques to help emotionally sensitive people manage emotions, develop an unshakable sense of self, and strengthen relationships.

What is emotional sensitivity and how does it manifest?

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