Depressive thinking can accompany being sensitive

Elaine AronIn her article “Growing Up Gifted Is Not Easy,” Elaine Aron, PhD talks about depression as a potential aspect of sensitivity.

“Early in my research on sensitivity — while I was studying its relationship to introversion and the four Jungian functions of sensing, thinking, feeling, and intuition — I discovered several studies reporting that intuitive types are the most likely to have suicidal thoughts when they are depressed,” she writes.

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Article publié pour la première fois le 18/02/2015

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