9 Reasons Highly Emotional People Are The Most Wonderful People

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10 Reasons Being A Highly Emotional Person Is A Wonderful Thing
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They're a rare breed indeed.

Being a highly emotional person does not mean you cry a lot or you get sad all the time. It also doesn’t mean that you’re crazy or exaggerate everything.

You do, however, feel things more intensely than the average person. You are able to feel and experience emotions on a different level than others.

Highly emotional people provide understanding and logic behind what others may perceive as "abnormal" or simply something they don’t understand.

Those who are highly emotional have many benefits and advantages in life that are deemed positive to most. Here are 10 of them:

1. They develop deeper and more meaningful relationships.

Their unique ability to feel emotions and understand others’ emotions and feelings makes them very likable. It also makes them an honest and great friend.

2. They're in tune with their own emotions and feelings.

There are many people in the world who are unable to identify feelings and emotions and understand them in a rational sense.

Some may attribute a person or group of people to feeling a certain way while those who are highly emotional are able to manage their feelings and emotions without having to place blame or reason on someone or something.


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3. They're always changing.

They are aware of their feelings and emotions and if they feel something is off or not in line, they will change whatever it is that needs changing. It could be certain people in their life or even a certain food.

Regardless of what it is, highly emotional people will change whatever they need to in order to feel their equilibrium.


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4. They won’t settle.

They know their worth and value. They know what they bring to the table. They also know exactly what they want and their strong will keeps them in line.

5. They're critical thinkers.

They are able to critically think things through whether it's a situation or a relationship or a friendship. They analyze everything and make decisions that are rational and sound for the most part.

6. They process their feelings rather than suppress them.

Many people would rather suppress their feelings so they don’t have to deal with certain feelings and emotions that are painful or uncomfortable.

Those who are highly emotional are very aware of their feelings and, as much as they may want to or try to suppress their feelings, they can’t. Instead, they process them and move on.

7. They're self-aware.

People who are highly emotional are usually self-aware of their verbal and nonverbal behavior. They are aware of facial expressions and body language. One reason for this is because they are skilled in reading and understanding other people's body language and behavior.

8. They’re imaginative.

Because of their intuitiveness and wondering minds, people who are highly emotional have a tendency to love exploring and be adventurous. They seek to learn and understand different things.

9. They have an appreciation for the small things.

Highly emotional people are used to doing things for others and being there for people; they don't expect to receive anything for it. They do it out of the kindness of their hearts.

So when they receive a sweet text message or small gift, they are overjoyed. They are ecstatic. It doesn't take a lot to keep highly emotional people happy, to be honest. They appreciate the little things in life over materialistic things and money.

Highly emotional people are unique and pretty amazing people. They always try to put themselves in another person's shoes to see what it feels like so they could understand how the other is feeling.

These types of people are a rarity and you won't come across them very often so if you know someone or have someone like this in your life, make sure you never lose them. They are special and wonderful people to have close to you.


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Brittney Lindstrom is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.

Watch Dr. Joan Rosenberg's TED Talk on mastering our emotions to be successful in our finances, relationships, and health.

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