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Here’s the thing: When you’re truly being “sensitive” it means means easily distressed, hurt, and offended by slight changes or basically by something slight.Really, is anything that you’ve been wondering if you’re being ‘too sensitive’ about really that slight?Although I have already written a sixteen thousand word essay analyzing the work of Alice Miller—my favorite writer in the psychology field—over the years several people have asked that I create a shorter, more concise, easier-to-read version.I have finally done so—and have gone in a few new directions too…Before I begin the new essay, I want to make a few background points. A few months after I wrote it someone passed it along to Alice Miller herself, and she read it—and criticized it harshly on her website.But with a little bit of self-awareness and a few communication skills under your belt, you may just be able to lock down that loving, authentic, and mutually supportive relationship you’re afraid to admit that you yearn for.While this is sometimes scary, it is precisely what enables us to enrich our lives and grow.
It’s instinctual and natural to avoid situations where we might get injured, he explains, even if that injury is “only” psychological.Ever felt terrified to tell a boyfriend or girlfriend how much you needed their help or support?Or perhaps you’ve avoided bringing up an issue with a S. because you didn’t want to seem inadequate or unlovable.What empathy does is give you useful information that you can use to act on or not.If you're talking to a classmate and know that if you bring up Subject A she'll be neutral, and if you bring up Subject B she'll get mildly annoyed, that's better than stumbling into the situation blindly.
Broadly speaking, it's the ability to put yourself in another person's shoes.