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Introvert: Knowing What It Means to Be a Highly Sensitive Person or EmpathHöfundur: Camelia Hensen, Vayana Ariz, Cammy Hollows Lesari: Samantha Novak, Queenie Walsh Hljóðbók
This is a book with three short, separate books in it, but the topics are all somehow related. The titles relate to these topics:
Topic 1: Introverts are introverts, but did you know that there are different kinds of introverts?
Aside from touching on this particular topic, this book will also teach you more about how to embrace your inner introvert and make things work for you. Additionally, the we will empathize with you and tell you about how it feels to be misunderstood as an introvert. The main quest in most people’s lives is happiness, and to introverts, this can be a special challenge when mixed messages are being conveyed to us by the media or the culture in which we live.
Topic 2: Why are some people empaths?
What is the science behind this?
And why are some empaths more susceptible to addictions?
These and many other questions will be addressed in this brief guide. On top of that, you will learn more about narcissism versus empathy, how to become a more empathetic spouse, the dangers of social media, healing methods for empaths with traumatic memories, and what the difference is between empathic parenting and “rescue” parenting. All of these topics will help you understand empathy, empaths, and yourself better.
Topic 3: Are you or is anyone you know a highly sensitive person?
In order to answer that question, we have to study the subject, and what distinguishes such a person from others who have “regular” levels of sensitivity. The journey begins in a person’s childhood. Highly sensitive children react differently to the heightened impulses that enter their brains. These stimuli shape their character, their behavior, and their talents.