When You’re Deeply Sensitive

When you’re deeply sensitive, love is ecstasy. Music is godlike. Heartache is a wide, somatic wound. Visual natural beauty is jewel-drenched bliss. Tension and conflict are muscle tightening and toxic, straight down to the cells. So how do you hold it all? You rinse, recenter, and remain clear. You recycle your sensitivity by propelling yourself and others to create waves of change in a sup er-starving world. Harness what is best, and breathe out the excess.”
— Victoria Erickson

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Cheryl Payne
I am a former journalist and a freelance blogger with over 7 years of professional experience. Being an introvert, my preferred topics include personality types and introversion.
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