Category Archives: Oversensitivity, the ‘rift personality’, shyness, love shyness, and Asperger’s

Thoughts on how schooling, nowadays, is forcing kids to develop traits of Asperger’s Syndrome

In a recent conversation, I found myself mentioning something interesting (which is all speculation at this time): It seems, to me, that schooling, nowadays, tends to create Asperger-like traits in kids.  That is to say, it teaches kids traits of Asperger … Continue reading

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Thoughts on love shyness and schizoid phenomena

It seems to me that there is an interesting relationship between love shyness and schizoid phenomena.  Here are some thoughts: I have often felt that a lot of love shyness is because of an intense feeling of desire that is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how ‘shying away’ is often an invitation to socialize

The other day I had a conversation with someone that got onto an interesting subject.  Being sort of a shy person, and suffering through its unique problems, I’ve found I have great compassion for shy people.  I make great effort … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how other people being too close can be smothering

When your oversentitive or have the ‘rift personality’ having someone being too close to you can have a smothering quality about it.  This can create a condition of feeling great discomfort or a desire to ‘get away’.   By being too … Continue reading

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The main solution to the ‘rift personality’ and oversensitivity is management

It seems to me that the main way to deal with oversensitivity and the ‘rift personality’ is in management.  In the ‘rift personality’ this comes naturally, in the form of the ‘crib reflex’ as I call it, of naturally putting yourself … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some aspects of the ‘Rift Personality’ type

There is something I now call the ‘Rift Personality’.  Previously I called it by other names.  I didn’t understand what it was at first but, as time went on, I’ve begun to understand and see this condition more clearly.  I’ve seen … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how oversensitivity can cause ‘phantom’ traumatic events

I’ve noticed a really interesting aspect of being an oversensitive person.  Often, I find that I seem to be reacting to a traumatic event.  Sometimes, it can be quite devastating.  I will often act like the worlds coming to the … Continue reading

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