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I respond very positively to praise, and break down in tears when criticized or scolded. So yes, I would call myself sensitive

Though it's probably trauma.
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jordancharacter wrote:

I respond very positively to praise, and break down in tears when criticized or scolded. So yes, I would call myself sensitive

Though it's probably trauma.


lol
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I'm ridiculously sensitive. I'm a pretty emotional person though, so everything affects me like a blow to the tummy >3>
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jordancharacter wrote:

I respond very positively to praise, and break down in tears when criticized or scolded. So yes, I would call myself sensitive

Though it's probably trauma.


lol


"lol"?

What's so funny about it?

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Nope, sociopathic with an experience kit of learned responses from the school of hard knocks.
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jordancharacter wrote:


iambetterthanyou wrote:


jordancharacter wrote:

I respond very positively to praise, and break down in tears when criticized or scolded. So yes, I would call myself sensitive

Though it's probably trauma.


lol


"lol"?

What's so funny about it?



I'm sorry that was rude please accept my apology
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iambetterthanyou wrote:


jordancharacter wrote:


iambetterthanyou wrote:


jordancharacter wrote:

I respond very positively to praise, and break down in tears when criticized or scolded. So yes, I would call myself sensitive

Though it's probably trauma.


lol


"lol"?

What's so funny about it?



I'm sorry that was rude please accept my apology


Apology accepted.
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jordancharacter wrote:


iambetterthanyou wrote:


jordancharacter wrote:


iambetterthanyou wrote:


jordancharacter wrote:

I respond very positively to praise, and break down in tears when criticized or scolded. So yes, I would call myself sensitive

Though it's probably trauma.


lol


"lol"?

What's so funny about it?



I'm sorry that was rude please accept my apology


Apology accepted.

Thank you I was feeling bad about what i said to you
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Yeah and I hate it.


I have low self esteem and it is so annoying that I can't stand it. I'm too nice of a person but I don't want to be an asshole either.

SEE THIS IS WHY I'LL NEVER UNDERSTAND OPINIONS AND HUMANS!!!!
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megahobbit wrote:



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megahobbit wrote:

I find most people who describe themselves as "sensitive" are usually assholes


yes, they cant take a simple joke, and when they dish out insults, they are the ones who are assholes


I feel I should clarify what I mean by sensitive people. I don't mean people who are actually sensitive.

I mean the type of people who go around calling themselves "sensitive" incessantly, the people who claim there "nice guys" and say shit like "women only date the bad boys they never want a nice guy like me" and "If a girl only dated me she would know how great and sensitive I am", people who hold the view of "I deserve a girlfriend but no girl is willing to give me a chance cause there all skanks who only date bad boys". The people who insist they aren't sexist when they hold sexist viewpoints. These people are usually assholes who fail to realize there own douchiness and pretend and insist there nice and are angry at girls not wanting to date them when the answer for why they dont want to date them is clearly in front of there face.


Oh boy... Where to start. First of all, most "women" just want a guy whose financially secure and likes to get out/can afford to get out and do things.

The stereotype that nice guys finish last is mostly true up to a certain point. It's mostly an age group thing. Girls start losing some elasticity around their chest at around 25 years old, and coincidentally around that point and edging towards their 30's, they start wanting a nice guy rather than a "bad boy".

Frankly boobs had nothing to do with this but I added it anyways.


Dont know what that has to do with what I posted. But people are not rote machines that follow a preselected path through life. Different women want different things in men. The stereotypes of "Nice Guys" and "Bad Boys" don't exist. "Nice Guys finish last" is a mindset that is usually professed by people who fail to see there flaws and the reason why women dont date them(usually there an asshole) and blame the fact they they cant get a date on the women instead of themselves.
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I'm really sensitive, I can't let anyone near me without my permission. I also hate being ignored.
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Beastlyblu wrote:

I'm sensitive to pain.

By that, I mean I'm seriously allergic to it.


Do you take sensitive or insensitive steps to avoid pain?

i kid.
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Hello,

That was some good reading (so far) and i too belong to the sensitive peeps.

Being emotional/ sensitive as a person can be both a strength or a weakness.
Though you shouldn't consider it as a weakness.
Since you can be sensitive example as in: being naturally artistic by generating your feels constructively into something, or simply being able to feel empathy to others. Those would be good qualities in my eyes.

Though here's the thing... if you feel a lot for others and yourself, but never process those emotions (not to mention let them go) it can get easily heavier. This is stuff i had to come in terms with in the past. Because human body and mind is not supposed to hold on for grudges nor constantly pick up other energies (forgiving/ forgetting are two different things naturally). It's unhealthy in the long run. So if you're being sensitive generally, a good thing is to be aware about what makes you feel emotional and how to work with it in you. Peace & meditation are great tools. Just saying!
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severticas wrote:


Beastlyblu wrote:

I'm sensitive to pain.

By that, I mean I'm seriously allergic to it.


Do you take sensitive or insensitive steps to avoid pain?

i kid.


I take ibuprofen.

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