Different people have different scale of sensitivity depending on their personality. Have you wonder to what degree you fall under the scale? Take the test to find out.

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  1. You Are Moderately Sensitive!

    You have a healthy self esteem. Most of the time, you believe in yourself and your own ability. But after all, you are still human, and will sometimes feel hurt by negative circumstances that happen to you. You don’t often take things personally because you know how to separate feelings from the message being delivered. You have a good level of self-appreciation, hence, you find it progressively easier to separate emotions from the content of another’s communication and will recognize the importance of differentiating between the two in their own communications. You are very aware of your emotions and you are able to recognize that to be emotionally healthy, you must move from victim to victor. You refuse to let the past control what happens today.

    Oh yes baby, self-consciousness for the win. When I was younger (3-4 years ago) I was highly sensitive and shy, didn’t have any understanding about myself and what is happening around me. But now I can see that I can be capable to reach my goals if I want to.

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Kelly studies Bachelor of Digital Media at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia. She's a graphic designer, webmanager, social media manager and writer for Psych2Go. She also has great passion for doodling, reading and web design.

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