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Why Differential Susceptibility is so Important for You

I am not sure that I have written enough about differential susceptibility, which is a key to understanding HSPs and for HSPs to understand themselves. Differential susceptibility is the well-researched idea that HSPs are deeply affected by their environments, “for better and for worse.” With poor childhoods they are more likely than others to be depressed, anxious, or shy, and with good childh...

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“We are a package deal, however. Our trait of sensitivity means we will also be cautious, inward, needing extra time alone. Because people without the trait (the majority) do not understand that, they see us as timid, shy, weak, or that greatest sin of all, unsociable. Fearing these labels, we try to be like others. But that leads to our becoming overaroused and distressed. Then that gets us labeled neurotic or crazy, first by others and then by ourselves.”
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“All virtues have a shadow.”
Elaine N. Aron, The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You

“HSPs make such good targets because we react so strongly.”
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