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Sensitivity Is Often Control in Disguise

Let’s assume our friends and family can handle uncomfortable conversations

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Sensitivity — what I define to my therapy clients as the ability to detect distress in others — is a foundational part of being a person. It can create stronger bonds and a more equitable society. But as a therapist, I often observe how misapplied sensitivity can weaken…

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