Hypersensitivity: an ultra-trendy term of recent years, used haphazardly to designate either a person who bursts into tears in front of a one-eyed teddy bear or who starts screaming in front of an open tube of toothpaste. However, hypersensitivity is a much richer and more complex temperament than that which impacts all areas of life.
Yes, perfectly, since you don't put your left arm down before going to bed (it would be much easier to sleep without tingling, we agree!), hypersensitive people don't leave their sensitivity to the entrance to their bedroom.
But who are these hypersensitive? These people who are frequently criticized for thinking too much, loving too much or doing too much. These people in whom everything is stronger, even too strong in the eyes of others.
In reality, they are simply endowed with a sensitivity higher than the average. They capture the world with their senses and emotions. And in love everything is increased tenfold. So how do you deal with this overflow of sensations without being overwhelmed or overwhelming the other? Whether you are sensitive, hypersensitive or whether your partner is, I suggest that you adjust the rhythm of your sensitivities in four steps; they will thus combine in a soft and harmonious symphony with several hands.