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One of the biggest things Kim and I have in common
is that we're both highly sensitive people.
In this video I'm gonna talk about
what that means, where it all comes from,
and some of the perks and challenges.
So let's first get out of the way
what it doesn't mean to be a highly sensitive person.
Even though a lot of people throw around the phrase,
"You're being too sensitive,"
as if sensitivity is a choice and it's a bad one,
that's not what it means to be a highly sensitive person.
Being a highly sensitive person
has got to do with the nervous system
that you're born with,
which comes from the genes you inherit from your parents.
Both of my parents are highly sensitive people,
and since Kim and I are as well,
our future children will most likely
turn out to be highly sensitive too.
We all have a nervous system
and it looks a little something like this.
It's the thing that notices all the things
happening both inside and outside of your body
and it sends that information to your brain.
It's what helps you sense and feel.
So when you feel, "Brrr, it's kind of chilly,"
"Ouch! that's sharp!" "So loud!"
That's your nervous system at work.
And it does more than just break down your experiences
into two simple categories.
Depending on how sensitive your nervous system is,
you may be able to break down your experiences
into quite a few categories.
So not just between "it's not cold" and it's cold,
but "it's cool", "it's chilly",
"it's cold", "it's really cold", "it's freezing", and so on.
Your nervous system also causes you
to think about everything you're sensing
and feel all your ups and downs in your emotions.
And when something doesn't feel so right to your nervous system,
you go about trying to correct it
like doing this if you're cold
or pulling away from something sharp
or covering your ears if something is too loud,
and doing whatever you need to do
to make yourself feel better emotionally as well.
All sounds pretty normal right?
But 15 to 20 percent of people
have what's called a highly sensitive nervous system.
They feel and sense more,
they taste and smell in greater detail,
see in more detail, they think more
and they feel stronger emotions.
"You want Mommy to sing a song, honey?"
"Let me know how you feel about the song, okay?"
"I don't want you to come 'round here no more,
I beg you for mercy.
You don't know how strong my weakness is
or how much it hurts me.
So I let you in knowing tomorrow.
I'm gonna wake up missing you."
Being born into this population comes with a lot of advantages,
but it also comes with a lot of challenges as well.
You're able to pick up on things
that most people don't pick up on,
but you can also pick up on too much
that it can get overwhelming at times.
And just like everybody else,
you won't be able to function optimally when you're overwhelmed.
But when this happens to you,
most people may only partially get your struggle
and be quick to judge that you're just weak
or making the selfish choice to be a difficult human being.
Consequently, a lot of highly sensitive people
grow up feeling like something's wrong with who they are
and a lot of them go through life outwardly
pretending to be like everybody else.
But nothing's wrong with you.
You've just got a different level of sensitivity.
Now, within that 15 to 20 percent,
there's an even smaller minority, 1% of the population,
that have an extremely sensitive nervous system.
When you're a part of this group,
the advantages and challenges that I previously talked about,
get even more magnified.
Yes, you might be extremely detail-oriented, smart,
creative, and empathetic, but you're also
more likely to have a greater level of anxiety
around your own intense thoughts, emotions,
and the world around you.
Even if you grew up with intuitive parents
who tried their best to steer you in the
right direction, as a child, you probably
opted for solutions that were immediately gratifying
and, perhaps, not always the best in the long run.
And then in the long run, after you've
repeated your self-taught ways of control again and again,
you've developed strong patterns
that are difficult to break.
And then it's usually in your adult years
you realize that these patterns aren't
working for you, so you seek professional
help to get your freedom back
and learn better ways to deal with your challenges.
But throughout this entire journey,
you constantly hear people saying,
"You're crazy!" "You're too sensitive!"
"You're so overdramatic!" So it's really
hard not to believe that something's wrong with you.
But again, nothing is wrong with you.
You've just got a
different level of sensitivity that most people
do not understand.
And then finally, within the family of highly sensitive people,
there's an even smaller group
that shows up on this earth once in a lifetime
whose advantages and challenges are just out of this world.
Because of all their challenges
many highly sensitive people
wish they weren't the way they are.
Many wish they could have been born just like everybody else.
But we're not meant to be just like everybody else.
We're meant to stand out and shine.
And I can't wait to teach you guys how to do that.
Thanks for watching you guys.
If you're interested in working on your mental health,
make sure to subscribe to our channel.
Both Kim and I have been through a lot
and we plan on sharing our experience here.
And let us know in the comments if you've got any questions about
being a highly sensitive person.
Alright, see you next time. Bye.
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