Welcome to Episode 139 of the Sheep Dressed Like Wolves Podcast. In this episode I give my reflections on Sensitive (The Untold Story), the movie released last week all about the trait of High Sensitivity.
As a perfect tool for introducing people (both HPSs and non-HSPs) to the core aspects of the trait and the scientific research that has been done around it, I wanted to give my thoughts on this great film and talk through some of the nuggets hidden within it.
…I watched it four times in three days just to take it all in, and make sure I didn’t miss anything.
The premise of the movie is basically an introduction to high processing sensitivity, what it means to be a highly sensitive person and the vast swathes of research that has been done into children, adults, and animals with the trait. It’s a comprehensive film that doesn’t overwhelm. It’s beautifully structured as it takes us through the various aspects of the trait in a logical and easy to follow way.
It also goes some way to dispelling myths that have naturally built up around the term as online communities have used it.
I’m not sure the plan for release. Initially it has been available to stream for a few days. Hopefully it will be permanently very soon.
In the episode I cover:
- Why Tools Like This are So Important
- My One Complaint with The Movie
- The Four Core Aspects of The Highly Sensitive Trait
- Why We Must Stop Seeing High Sensitivity as a Curse
- How to Move Forwards and Help Those Around Us to Accept the 20% Who Identify as HSPeople
Over to You
Did you see the movie? What was your biggest takeaway from it? Please leave your response in the comments below. I’d love to hear your stories.
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