Too sensitive? Consider it a compliment!
I have been called TOO sensitive more times than I care to count.
By boyfriends, by parents, by friends and by my co-workers.
These days, I simply duck my head with a nod and think . . . internally,
Because in certain professions being a psychic medium, intuitive and healer - or other ways you can be ‘too sensitive’ is actually a pretty big compliment.
To be good at what you do, in those fields, being sensitive is your biggest asset.
Even though sensitivity has value in my work, it can definitely be hard to turn on and turn off via the demands of others.
There once was a time when being called “too sensitive” was an insult to me.
But I’m older now and I know better than that.
And you’re here reading this article it's because you do too.
While being sensitive can be considered a character flaw, being sensitive is only ever ‘wrong’ when someone external to you chooses to be hurtful and decides, rather than to take responsibility, they want to blame you for the pain they caused.
Have you noticed that pattern?
Whenever I have been called too sensitive, it has always been when someone has said or done something inconsiderate and instead becoming accountable for their behavior, they cast blame the person they have hurt.
You are not to blame for another person’s inconsiderate actions.
As a professional sensitive to cohesively works with Spirit to help others heal, I have one sure thing to tell you:
You are not accountable for the way someone else behaves.
However, by asserting and being proud of who you are as a person, you're becoming a teacher of compassion.
Keep being you - and remember:
- Say thank you when someone calls you too sensitive
- Stand your ground and consider reversing the question
- There's never a need to apologize for feeling too much or for pointing out harsh language
Too sensitive people have been brought on this earth to teach others and if you back down now, those teachings, those evolutions and those learning lessons you provide for other people may never come to manifest.
Amanda Linette Meder
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