Dating an emotinal person

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Toss these little treats out whenever frustration begins to build and spill over for no apparent reason. Hunger, frustration over a million little things not going right, exhaustion, or just being overwhelmed.It won't fix anything per se, but it will help defuse a rapidly rising incident. More than likely, if she's truly upset, all she really wants is for you to hold her and listen. Small gestures in an attempt to lighten the load go a long way. I really can't emphasize enough how important it is to just hold her, and listen.She was engaged to a handsome European, and her face was plastered across the newspapers.I was working for 60 Minutes at the time, and we often met for lunch.

Since they are so in-tune with others and deeply empathetic, they always treat their loved ones with respect and devotion.

It can be incredibly exhausting and overwhelming on any given day.

Dating a highly sensitive person is both a roller coaster and a wonderful adventure, depending on how you look at it.

Let's be honest: relationships are complex, no matter what kind of personality you have. Below are nine things to keep in mind if you're in a relationship with a highly sensitive person. It's no secret that HSPs pick up on subtleties in a room or conversation, but it's a point worth driving home.

And some truths are universal, like fighting is never fun. If our significant other is upset, chances are we're going to notice. Because we are so driven by our emotions, that usually means we don't take any relationship -- or our feelings about it -- lightly, according to Elaine Aron, author of and one of the original scientific researchers of HSPs.

If you nurture and understand your highly sensitive partner, they reward you with passionate love and fierce loyalty.

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