“Creatives often feel and perceive more intensely, dramatically, and with a wildly vivid color palate to draw from, which can only be described as looking at the world through a much larger lens." – Creativity Coach Lisa Riley - from the page: Being Highly Sensitive and Creative.
Shyness, Introversion, Sensitivity – What’s the Difference?Shyness and introversion may seem to be the same in some ways, at least on the surface.
They can overlap, and we may have both traits – but they are not the same thing. And they are not the same as the trait of high sensitivity.
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Jenna Avery "uses her intuition, deep empathy, and innate practicality to help her visionary, creative clients step fully into their creative ideas, dreams, and ability. Learn about her programs including Self-Study Classes for Sensitive Souls, and the Writer's Circle atJennaAvery.com
Site author: Douglas Eby, M.A./Psychology, is a writer and researcher on the psychology of creative expression and personal growth, especially for high ability adults.
Author of books:
• Developing Multiple Talents
• The Creative Mind: Identity
• Being Highly Sensitive and Creative
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