First and foremost, while being a highly sensitive person might sound like a diagnosable disorder, it’s certainly not. Being a highly sensitive person is a personality trait, not a disease or an illness.
In fact, highly sensitive people can display common personality traits. But all of these traits revolve around heightened responsiveness to negative and positive influences.Imagine a highly sensitive person.
Just think of every stereotypical dramatic thing you’d think a softie does. Think of that person that cries because a dog died in a movie.Read more on powerofpositivity.com