You are a strong person who knows what he wants in life and is not afraid to get it. You are casual, some would even say fearless, with a positive attitude towards adventure.
But besides this strength you have another side; you are a sensitive soul that is finely tuned to vibrations that other people send out.
It’s a strange mixture, but you’re still like that; a riddle, a contradiction, an ambivalent mixture of strong and soft.
So what are the characteristics that set you apart from others? What makes a strong, sensitive person?
1. Nevertheless, you are sometimes overwhelmed.
Your senses are highly receptive and that means that the non-stop stimuli of the modern world can sometimes overwhelm you. But still, you have the unyielding strength to fight your way through anyway; you don’t let anything stop you because you are aware of your power to shape your life however you want it to be.
2. You need some rest to recharge your batteries.
While you may be open-minded and sociable, instead of drawing energy from others, you are giving your abundant energy to the people you hang out with, much like an introvert.
So while others expect you to be at any party or social event, you actually need a lot of time to yourself. This quiet time is your way of relaxing and recharging your batteries, as well as how you put away any irritation or negativity that you may have picked up.
3. You don’t need to be the center of attention.
It is not uncommon for you to find yourself in the center, but you never intend to end up there. Because of your strong personality and natural strength of character, others are drawn to you like moths to light.
Even so, your ego is completely in control and you spend most of your time making sure everyone else is comfortable and enjoying themselves. You never feel the need to show off too much and it is difficult to understand people who do.
4. You long for more in-depth conversations.
You prefer personal, meaningful, even spiritual conversations to small talk that you quickly find boring.
You can also tell when someone is keeping their true feelings under wraps or even lying to you and it bothers you very badly because you know that you could do better if the other person were honest. This can lead to spending a lot of time and energy trying to figure out what might be bothering the other.
5. You are a good listener.
You love to talk, but you know exactly the right time to shut up and listen. You know the relief that can come from opening up to someone and are therefore able to be who your friends and loved ones confide in.
You listen attentively and with deep care and always know when someone needs advice from you and when they just have to let their feelings out.
6. You are not afraid to reprimand people, but you always have good intentions.
You are sensitive to lies and you dislike any behavior that hurts or harms other people, and because of your strength of character, you do not just stand by.
Regardless of whether it is disrespect for yourself or someone you care about, you open your mouth and proclaim that such behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
You always do this with the intention of bringing about peace and reconciliation; you don’t intervene to start an argument or fuel a conflict.
7. You can’t help but speak out against the actions of idiots.
It may seem like you like to grumble about other people, but the reality is that you are sensitive to the needs of others and the major problems facing society.
With that in mind, you can’t just shut up when you see or hear idiotic things – and there are too many morons in this world for your liking.
8. You are picky about relationships.
The most important quality of a potential partner for you is the ability to be authentic and honest from the moment you meet them. You find small talk completely superfluous and prefer to get to know someone in the natural course of real conversations and shared experiences.
Because of your sensitivity and sensitivity to when someone is pretending to be, you find dating in the traditional sense difficult and much more likely to stumble upon a date in the real world than on a website or app.
9. You sometimes go into “sleep mode” with certain people.
You don’t mind sharing your energy with the important people in your life like your friends and family, but when you run into someone who doesn’t have the right vibes for you, you withdraw into yourself to yours To conserve energy storage.
Your strength is still there and you remain vigilant for bullshit or disrespect, but you take on a more reflective role in learning more about the person before deciding whether they deserve your energy.