There are a lot of people who think that being too emotional is bad. In fact, when someone tells you that you are too emotional, the person is probably insulting you.
You cannot help but wonder if it is already abnormal to feel emotional about the things you are going through.
People who want to hurt you will look for the slightest reasons to feel emotional. They will make sure that you get hurt with the words that they will use. One thing you should remember now is this: it is completely okay to be sensitive. Being emotional is okay. When you are susceptible, this means that you feel things that other people will never be able to feel. Some people lack the emotions to do things. This means that you have something that they can never get.
So what if other people cannot see the beauty of your gift? What matters is that you do not let other people tell you how you should feel about it. Your nature is meant to make you unique and to make a difference in the world. Individuals who are not intended to do this do not have this gift.
There are some benefits that you should remember:
- You are happier about life in general.
- You have a more efficient way of loving people that they can truly feel.
- You can build meaningful relationships with other people.
Those who criticize you are doing it because they are jealous of what you get to feel, of what you get to experience because definitely, this is not something that they can feel.
Some people will be uncomfortable with the fact that you are sensitive but those who truly love you will get used to it. At the same time, you can bring hope to people who are in need; you are someone different, truly someone special who has a direct purpose in life.
You should not feel sorry for being sensitive. You have the rest of the world to inspire so do not let others stop you from doing what you believe is right. You can do fantastic things as long as you would embrace your sensitivity. Remember that a lot of people would rather pick sensitive people than choosing bland ones that can never feel any emotions.
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