Loving a highly sensitive person means helping them get over their own monumental guilt.
Unfortunately, they resort to calling themselves negative names, because they truly do feel bad about their actions.
Those are just arbitrary numbers, by the way, used for example's sake.
But my point is, "extraordinary" people more often seem like they have "settled" in their relationships."Extraordinary" may seem like an uncommonly arrogant and self-important term for an HSP to use.
Somehow, the discussion turned to "partnering," and one of the Teachers pointed out something I found to be particularly insightful and relevant:truly compatible potential partners exist-- that is, people who can "meet you" at the same level of awareness and mental health.
Beyond that, the more "special" your set of "life traits" (for example, being an HSP, or being 6'9" tall, or in the top 1% of being "gifted") the more "specialized" your desired partner's traits becomes.
There are many things you have to take into consideration when dating or marrying someone of this nature. If you’re experiencing your first sensitive hard loving person, you will be shocked. Sensitive people love so differently that you will think it’s too good to be true.