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I'm only sensitive in the area that counts, Sticks."
"The soft spot on your skull that never hardened?
Nervous hands as if the fingers were dripping from them like icicles.
I'm very tactile. I'm a big hugger, one of those huggy people.
None of us is delicate enough to touch anyone else without hurting them a little bit.
I'm very sensitive in real life. I cannot not cry if someone around me is crying. I will start to cry if someone is crying, even if it's not appropriate. I have that thing in me, a weakness or sensitivity.
I'm sensitive, and I don't ever want to make anyone feel uncomfortable.
I never like being touched, ever. People used to say I held my breath when they were hugging me. I still do.
I had to make a large number of changes to clear Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) up, it took years to figure it out. I kept on making change after change until one day I realized that EHS was no longer present.
Touch is so underrated. The basic human need for contact.
It's so stupid how someone touching you - just their skin on your skin - can make you feel all sorts of things you don't want to feel.
I get a little itchy if I don't have some control.
When I was a young man, I was overly sensitive to things, and I found it difficult to eat when I was nervous.
Overly sensitive to the souls of rooms and objects, the emanations
When I was 11, I developed a new symptom - the worst one yet: I had to touch people before I talked to them. When I say 'had to,' that's exactly what I mean: if I didn't touch them first, I literally couldn't form the words.
Complicating matters even further, on a day-to-day basis, in the same individual, the sensory sensitivities can change, especially when the person is tired or stressed. These
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, and I'm sensitive.
Like most sensitive souls, you already know you're sensitive. You soak up others' moods and desires like a sponge. You absorb sensation the way a paintbrush grasps each colour it touches on a palette.
I can't feel my face. I mean I can touch it. But I can't feel it inside.
The older I get, the more I think lightness of touch is an incredibly difficult thing to do.
I get way too sensitive when I get attached to someone. I can detect the slightest change in the tone of their voice, and suddenly I'm spending all day trying to figure out what I did wrong.
I'm not super comfortable in my skin. I have to make it work for me, and that usually amounts to making it uncomfortable for everyone else.
It's a disheartening feeling when you can't stand the touch of someone but neither can you push them away.
The toxic residue of humanity - you have to guard yourself, guard that sensitivity even more heavily because otherwise you can pick up so many pollutants that you'll become more toxic.
If you are to become more sensitive, you must be willing to take a risk. Take the initiative to find a need and take action.
One of my sensory problems was hearing sensitivity, where certain loud noises, such as a school bell, hurt my ears. It sounded like a dentist drill going through my ears.
A certain nervous disorder afflicting the young and inexperienced.
I'm not extra sensitive to handshakes. I shake hands all the time.
I couldn't feel so I learned to touch.
Sensitivity is a sign of strength. It's not about toughening up, it's about smartening up.
Nor can we expect exactly similar results from children whose heredity and experience make them at once more sensitive, more active, and less amenable to
It's as though I'm looking through the wrong end of a pair of binoculars, and no matter how far I stretch out my hand, I can't touch them.
I recently cleared up my Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS). The condition is real, it has a sound foundation as to why it occurs in the human, and can be cleared up by taking the appropriate steps.
I was a very sensitive kid who then had to condition myself to desensitize.
There's something almost perfect in the ugly duckling syndrome. Because a sensitivity is tattooed on a part of you no one else can see but can somehow guess is there.
People with BPD are like people with third degree burns over 90% of their bodies. Lacking emotional skin, they feel agony at the slightest touch or movement.
Skin has become inadequate in interfacing with reality. Technology has become the body's new membrane of existence.
All disgust is originally disgust at touching.
Lack of sensitivity is perhaps basically an unawareness of ourselves.
I just meant touching me might feel uncomfortable. It's a little like chewing on tin foil. Feels unpleasant but isn't really a problem.
Ultimately what we're touching is the invisible, all-pervasive intelligence that surrounds us and penetrates us. It is grooming us to be able to tolerate its splendor. It can't just reveal itself openly because we would be forfeited; we'd never know what hit us.
They are so accustomed to the feeling that their senses are deadened to it;
If I'm off the stage after two or three years I get itchy and I have to get back onstage.
Sensitive people can identify soothing and disturbing energies, and healthy and unhealthy fields of vibration. They can even feel the frequency of the future events.
Touch is one of the most intuitive things in the world.
I am not much of a mind to touch
When making a film, if I feel nothing in my body, I can't work. I have to touch. I have to feel. I never stop touching.
Some things just feel so intense. I'm not
over reacting. My sensory processing
is unique to me.
If I get tickled in a certain way, I actually lose the ability to stand. I don't mean to, but something happens to my knees, and I fall on the ground.
I feel like if someone were to touch me, I'd dissolve into molecules.
Touch speaks to us on levels, so much deeper than the intellect can comprehend, going to the root of us, to levels of comprehension we can't ignore.
I think I'm just really sensitive to the world. I really feel like I spend a lot of time "turned off".
If you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything.
Everything I touch makes me a little bit more like the thing I'm touching, so I'd better start paying attention to what I'm touching.
Touch each object as if tomorrow you would never be able to feel anything again.
Touch with your heart more than with your hands.
Heights make my feet tingle; not sure if that is a phobia, but it isn't the greatest feeling.
I'm allergic to stupidity.
My sense of view became tactile not colourful, immediate not distant. Something within arms' reach
Touching is just electrons repelling. Nothing can touch. Ever.
There is nothing that man fears more than the touch of the unknown. He wants to see what is reaching towards him, and to be able to recognize or at least classify it. Man always tends to avoid physical contact with anything strange.
I seem to be allergic to diligence
meal was sensitized: any nonprogrammed disruption
When in company, put not your hands to any part of the body, not usually discovered.
If you have been sunned through and through like an apricot on a wall from your earliest days, you are oversensitive to any withdrawal of heat.
I am certainly not allergic to causes - particularly on subjects such as religious intolerance.
As when we can recall so vividly
We almost touch,
Or think of all the gestures that we failed
Sometimes, especially when it's cold, I get dry skin, so I scratch a lot. I scratch my arms incessantly.
I can touch my eyebrows with my nose. Look at that! That's not normal. I shouldn't be able to do that.
Man's sensitivity to the little things and insensitivity to the greatest are the signs of a strange disorder.
While sight may deceive you, touch rarely does.
If you keep pushing paint when you're tired of it, you lose sensitivity. I can only focus on painting for a few hours, so I'll stop and work on something quite different.
Sometimes everybody touches in the dark. You touch to see what you can stand to touch, what you can to feel with your fingers probing parts you never though you could probably probe - Gray
Touch is ... one of the most ancient transactions, a defiance of the plasma membrane and the loneliness it brought.
I can touch without hand, can reach without move closer then catch without my edge sight
I remember that feeling of skin. It's
strange to remember touch more than thought. But my fingers
still tingle with it.
A woman is not a touch but a response to it
I live in a state of hypersensitivity, and I've always had this feeling that something bad is going to happen to myself, or my wife and children. This manifests itself in different fears and visions.
Rather than fearfully shutting down your sensitivity, dive in deeper into all possible feeling. As you expand, keep only those who are not afraid of oceans
Intolerance is the 'Do Not Touch' sign on something that cannot bear touching. We do not mind having our hair ruffled, but we will not tolerate any familiarity with the toupee which covers our baldness.
When I began my search for the perfect skin care to fight the aging process, I noticed that my sensitive skin was reacting horribly to any product I used.
I'm afraid that whatever I touch is spoilt by the contact."
"I'm not scared of being spoiled," Val said.
Just let your skin breathe.
She's sensitive, too. Takes to hurt the way water takes to paper.
I guess you could say I'm allergic to sunlight. If I'm exposed to it, it could kill me.
I like to touch things. In my house I have a lot of velvet drapes and thick, lush couches.
Objects should not touch because they are not alive. You use them, put them back in place, you live among them: they are useful, nothing more. But they touch me, it is unbearable. I am afraid of being in contact with them as though they were living beasts.
Sometimes you need to be touched to know you're still alive.
Sometimes, when a person is truly lost in this world, suffocating inside her private bubble where all she can hear is her own droning heartbeat, a touch can be enough.
Asshole Proximity Disorder
People with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) are known to put their computer equipment several feet away from them with a large monitor on a big font and they use a wired USB keyboard and mouse to control it.
I have a high tolerance for pain, but a low tolerance for discomfort.
On the unconscious level, touch seems to impart a subliminal sense of caring and connection.
There is no partial sensitivity; either it is the state of one's whole being, total consciousness or it is not there at all
It was shockingly weird to touch another person after a whole life - because the last three months were my whole life - of avoiding any kind of contact. Like touching a sparking downed power line, only to find out that it felt nice.
Everybody wants to touch you all the time. I'm the only one who can't when I want to be the only one that can.
I take this evanescence and lubricity of all objects, which lets them slip through our fingers then when we clutch hardest, to be the most unhandsome part of our condition.
I'm stupidly curious. I will go and touch anything until I find out that it's very harmful.
Is natural to touch more often the part that hurts.
Bad enough when a man wanted to touch but could only look. Worse yet when he'd touched and not even noticed.
A certain degree of fear produces the same effects as rashness.