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What is emotional hypersensitivity?


In these times of increasing complexity and hyper-fragmentation, of excessive medicalization and more generally of the creation of a sick society, the subjects that revolve around "hypersensitivity", "HPI" and "gifted", "bipolar", "borderline personality disorder", "hyper emotional", "hyper emphatic etc.. deserve a little attention, because it is appropriate to put a little d order in the common places.

In these times of increasing complexity and hyper-fragmentation, of excessive medicalization and more generally of the creation of a sick society, the subjects that revolve around "hypersensitivity", "HPI" and "gifted", "bipolar", "borderline personality disorder", "hyper emotional", "hyper emphatic etc.. deserve a little attention, because it is appropriate to put a little d order in the common places.


We easily accept the descriptions as well as the explanations of specialists who struggle to solve the ill being of those who consult them, if not by medicalization and tablets. This approach does not solve much and the suffering continues.

Hypersensitivity is often a term used incorrectly. The description is not the thing described. It is rather a question of hyper "reactivity", which is the fact of having to react to everything by approval or disapproval: that is to say in uncontrolled emotivity. No disease in it, contrary to what the medical castes say...


We now speak of "hyperempathy". But what does that mean?

Empathy consists of this ability to pay attention to others. From this attention the understanding of the feelings of the other and their vision of the world. In excess, it gives a total identification with the suffering of the other and a sudden discomfort that can last several hours. We then become a real emotional sponge, because everything goes through the feeling.


The "hyperempathics" are energy sensors, capable of deciphering the unsaid and the silences.

They are also attentive to body language. Their exacerbated sensitivity forces them to protect themselves from negative influences and to flee the "emotional thirsty". They regularly need to isolate themselves in their bubble, in nature or in their artistic or other passion.


But what do all his "psychological disturbances" have in common?

The need for expression, the ego and the importance that we give to what we are, that is to say to the being conditioned by the past. Trauma is the main cause of this disorder. It is a way of existing in a disproportionate manifestation of self-expression.


The "hypersensitive" tends to find themselves unique because they need to be loved so much for fear of being abandoned.

This narcissistic tendency pushes him to accept explanations that reinforce him in the importance he gives himself, both in terms of sensitivity and the superior intelligence he attributes to himself. He then accepts his disorder better, without having settled it. But the source of the problem remains intact, because the ego projects what he wants to hear. He then considers himself "sick", which is a form of avoidance.


However, it is possible to free oneself from these affectations when one understands the psychological mechanisms at work and when one abandons the image and the representations that one carries within oneself.


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