HOW WE ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND OURSELVES AND OTHER HUMAN BEINGS

HOW WE ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND OURSELVES AND OTHER HUMAN BEINGS   Do you know what temperament you had as an infant? What time in your life did the physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse you suffered begin? Was the trauma a one-time occurrence, multiple incidences, or nearly daily? Where you in a domestic violence relationship? Are you in one now? Did you suffer extreme abuse, ritual abuse and/or torture? These are all questions that could be pertinent to how we attempt to understand ourselves and other human beings. Do you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert? Whose definition do you use to definite the words introvert and extrovert? Do you think of yourself as a highly sensitive person? How do you definite highly sensitive? Are you an empath? Are you quiet? Shy? Intuitive? Talkative? Out-going? Do you now suffer from PTSD symptoms or have you in the past? Recently I read a book titled, “The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You” by Elaine N. Aron. It is an older book. Aron defines the traits of a highly sensitive person (HSP). She also expands on the concept to help HSP cope in the world. I did ...