Only 15 to 20 percent of the population are highly sensitive people. As a result, high sensitivity is often mistaken for something else entirely.
Only 15-20 percent of the population has the genes that make them highly sensitive, so our trait is often very misunderstood.
Sensitivity is wrongly depicted as an undesirable trait. Here are eight overlooked benefits to being a highly sensitive person.
If sensitive people were more “normal,” the world would lose what it desperately needs: intuitive, empathic individuals who care and feel deeply.