Balanced Sensitivity: 1 Dealing with Sensitivity Issues

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Sensitivity is a function of two variables – attentiveness and responsiveness – each or both of which may be weak (insensitivity), out of proportion, (hypersensitivity) or balanced. The degree and quality of our sensitivity, however, are not mathematical constants that remain fixed for a lifetime. We need to recognize the types of imbalanced sensitivity we are suffering from in order to treat them. We can change them through various methods for developing or enhancing the positive variety and for reducing or eliminating the negative ones.