Hank asked:

If one of the senses is suppressed or exaggerated does it distort the personality?

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Felipe Polonia If a person has one of their senses surpressed/exaggerated or just plain normal from the start, it's very important in the creation of their personality but, as changes occur, then it may cause some kind of distortion: to be able to see and become blind, to be able to hear sounds so insignificant that you can no longer relax or feel completly alone, to never be able to feel the taste of anything and suddenly becoming able to... it will cause a distortion, but that isn't something necessarily bad, right? ^^
Dany Kun No...I think it makes the personality
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