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Do you perceive sensitive people as weak?

I don't necessarily think so.People who are completely emotionless usually have walls built around their hearts.It's fear that helps create these walls,while most sensitive people are open and raw,making them susceptible to all sorts of emotionally challenging situations.There is a lot of bravery in that.
Isn't it human to feel emotion?Perhaps being sensitive is a gift---you are more in touch with your feelings,your other half.

I'm not that sensitive,though I once was.
I get how sensitive people can come across as weak but most are hard ass MOFO’s
SerenitiesScars · 31-35, M
More annoying than weak tbh... I understand having SPECIFIC things you're sensitive towards.. But some people are oversensitive to TOO many things...

And then you got the weirdo's on social media where they're sensitive to literally EVERYTHING... With their gender this, politically correct that bullshit... Fuck those people man, talk about not living in reality.. Like grow a pair of ovaries at least, cuz those people don't even have those let alone balls.. Like Damn...
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takes some strength to sit next to the emotional blast furnace and still function
Liquidplasma · 41-45, M
I perceive those people as stronger than others
[@360759,Liquidplasma] Why?
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I am sensitive and I am very strong.
It makes living hard but also more vivid and fulfilling. Some people have to be avoided for survival, I suppose people might find that weak.
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Not at all. They are the true strength. The person I look up to most in the world is the most sensitive thoughtful person ive ever known.
Lolco · 36-40, M
It depends.... but I myself am sensitive but if someone brings problems to me which I try to avoid I’ll confront it.
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ahem no - only sensing some that others don't want to see.
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Guys, absolutely. Girls, no.
[@595492,Heartless] I hope you're being sarcastic.
Not necessarily. No.

 
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