the sensitive-personality

Discover effective strategies for dealing with your sensitivity

Every person has a different personality style, but some may suffer from some personality traits, which may turn into a disorder, such as those with a sensitive personality. Most personalities who have such a disorder are tired and their lives are unstable due to their constantly fluctuating moods. This personality often needs help in changing behavior. At the hands of a psychologist who relies on numerous and successive sessions in order to discuss the causes and contributing factors that have a direct impact, whether this impact is positive or negative. Therefore, this program, consisting of five weekly sessions, was dedicated to helping him become aware of thinking errors in order to correct them, and how to invest in the positive points in his personality, create his true value, and gain flexibility and complete freedom in choice and decision, and even his right to make a mistake.

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What is Sensitive Personality?


A sensitive person is someone who experiences the world in a deeper and more intense way than someone who is less sensitive. Sensitive people are often more aware of their surroundings and more affected by their emotions and the emotions of others.


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Symptoms of a sensitive person can include:


      High sensitivity to sensory stimuli: such as light, sound, touch, and smell.

      High sensitivity to emotions: both their own and the emotions of others.

      High sensitivity to subtle emotions: such as tone of voice or facial expressions.

      High sensitivity to physical pain: sensitive people may be more prone to physical pain, or they may feel pain more intensely.

      Frequent self-blame, frequent justifications, excessive sympathy for others, and striving to please them even at the expense of oneself.

      Need for time to rest and recharge: sensitive people may need to spend more time in solitude or relaxation in order to recharge their energy.


If you think you are a sensitive person, it is important to understand your symptoms and how they affect you. This program can help you develop coping mechanisms and live a healthier and more fulfilling life.

Program Sessions and Stages

These five steps form a structured approach to help individuals overcome Specific phobia and achieve peace and mental balance. Personalized programs may include additional components designed specifically to meet the unique needs and progress of each participant

Step 1: Assessment

This stage focuses on understanding and identifying the symptoms of the individuals and reaching a comprehensive assessment of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Step 2: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy helps individuals to identify their personality traits and negative thought patterns, challenge them, and replace them with positive and logical thought patterns.

Step 3: Emotion management and self-esteem strategies

Teaching emotion management techniques and self-esteem strategies to help individuals deal with stressful situations. These techniques can include relaxation practices and mindfulness practices.

Step 4: Social skills training

Teaching individuals basic social skills, including active listening, and expressing emotions. Improving these skills can contribute to increased self-confidence and reduced anxiety.

Step 5: Relapse prevention

Providing strategies for relapse prevention and maintaining progress. It is important to help individuals identify signs of relapse and provide them with tools to maintain the gains they have made in overcoming hypersensitivity.
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