To be numb to everything nearly compares to being a statue, so I would opt to be overly sensitive and expressive and "alive."
Alive with emotion is better than dead with none. Life is for living.
This is a question that I have always asked myself. When I see some people out their homeless, I wonder if it was a moment of answering the same question. The balance to not be one or the other, is what we ought to choose. Overly sensitive people get hurt and hurt others unnecessarily; and numbed will not act normally getting the same effects.
by NiaG 7 years ago
Ladies, would you rather have a man that's overly sensitive or too tough to express himself?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
offense at the slightest issue? I remember my 8th grade teacher stating that oversensitivity and taking offense at the most insignficant minutiae is a sign of immatury. She further stated that people will tend to not respect and/or deride people who possess such...
by Joan King 6 years ago
Can an overly sensitive or emotional person be a good journalist?While I think being too emotional or sensitive may help you write a romance or other types of novels, would these characteristics work for you as a serious journalist covering difficult and emotionally charged issues?
by Rafini 8 years ago
C'mon, admit it. You're not perfect. Nobody is. So what do you see as your biggest fault?Who will go first?Me? Ok, I'll go first.I'm an introverted person, can't stand being around a bunch of people - face to face, that is
by AllyJ 7 years ago
How do I know if my partner is emotionally abusive or if I am just overly sensitive?I am 6 months pregnant and the father of my baby is either very supportive and happy, or very emotionally upset and angry with me for making the choice to not terminate. He says he feels I have robbed him of...
by Colebabie 9 years ago
It's really hard to choose one or the other.
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