We want to mourn the loss as if the person died because we can't see him or her, or be okay ever again. There are no “I send you love and light” and “I just want you to be happy” conversations.
But, since so many highly sensitive people are artists, someone who sounds a lot like the person will come up in a blog, a poem, a song or an article on Elite Daily, and it will help us deal with the loss.
We will pretend to be okay, though, and we will trudge through our days until the pain finally subsides and the vow to never fall in love again takes over.
We regret ever having met the person, ever having loved him or her and ever having experienced anything with him or her.
We want an “Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind” moment that can completely erase the person from our memories.
Once Pandora's box is open, it can never be shut again.
Because we are so sensitive, everything that person does or says affects us.
So, they keep it bottled up, and they dull those senses.
If they protect themselves with indifference, they can never be disappointed.
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We don't want to want you, so we treat you as if you’re disposable. We answer in “no” so much more often than “yes.” The person who is after us must beg and plead for us to reveal how we're feeling because we would never just offer that up willingly.