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Sensitivity is a Strength

As a little girl I was often told I was too sensitive. I was a child who was very open to feeling everything all of the time which meant I was very honouring and expressive of how much I felt. If I was hurt I would cry, if I was sad I would go and have some quiet time often out in nature or ask for a hug, if I was tired I would stop and have a nap, when I loved someone I would not hold back all the affection of how much I adored them and equally if I found someone creepy I would not go near them. I remember clearly that as a child when I was full of joy I would dance and laugh and be light and exuberant and not care who was watching. I was totally open in how I felt. It was a very beautiful

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