10 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You’re A Highly Sensitive Extrovert

Being extremely selective about who you spend your time with.

Molly Burford

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Nathan Martins

1. You give a lot of second chances.

Being a highly sensitive extrovert, you are incredibly in tune with the emotions and feelings of others. Because of this, you are able to see situations from all angles and can easily forgive others when they hurt you. You understand that bad behavior often stems from a place of pain, and respond to such behavior with empathy instead (though let’s be honest, it’s not always deserved).

2. Needing more alone time than what is considered ‘typical’ for an extrovert.

Empathy is a staple trait of the highly sensitive extrovert. You absorb energy from others, both the good and the draining. This can, understandably, be absolutely exhausting and so you need more time by yourself to simply rest and recharge.

3. Being extremely selective about who you spend your time with.

As stated above, your ability to pick up the feelings of others like a sponge can be pretty damn tiresome. So, you tend to make sure to hang out with people…

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