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Do you consider yourself to be a highly-sensitive person? I would think most Creative Warriors are highly-sensitive people. I know I certainly am. At least in that, I am easily moved to being emotional and I am highly-sensitive of people around me. This is an eye-opening conversation with Debbie Lynn. In the end, I think you’ll find this is not something to be changed but rather leveraged. But being highly-sensitive can have its challenges and we discuss how you can live more peacefully.

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