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Sensitive: The Untold Story (2015)

A groundbreaking documentary about the temperament trait of high sensitivity found in 20% of the population in both men and women. Based on the findings of bestselling author-psychologist Dr. Elaine Aron ("The Highly Sensitive Person")

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Jodi Krangle ...
Narrator (voice)
Elaine Aron ...
Herself, author of 'The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You'
Jay Belsky ...
Himself
Tom Boyce ...
Himself
Maya Bräm Dubé ...
Herself, Dr., veterinary behaviourist, Universität Bern
Arthur Aron ...
Himself
Stephen Suomi ...
Himself
Turhan Canli ...
Himself, associate professor, Stony Brook University
Andriana Shuman ...
Herself
Gary Linker ...
Himself, psychotherapist
Bianca Acevedo ...
Herself, social neuroscientist
Karsten Nielsen ...
Himself
Dani Korsh ...
Herself
Susan Kawamoto ...
Herself, physical therapist
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Herself
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A groundbreaking documentary about the temperament trait of high sensitivity found in 20% of the population in both men and women. Based on the findings of bestselling author-psychologist Dr. Elaine Aron ("The Highly Sensitive Person")

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End of the beginning
24 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

I like this documentary and I think it's a good step forward to getting to know HSP as a trait and learning how to live and prosper with it - for both HSP and non-HSPs.

This film touches many different aspects like family and work. It is only a superficial but important and well made documentary.

There are scientific views and also very personal views on the HSP trait from many different people around the world. If you think about the fact, that this film is a very low budget film sponsored via kickstarter one has to value the outcome.

I also like the fact that there are many different aspects to HSP and there's no one-size-fits-all. Also it is not overly emotional and spiritual stuff so there something in this film for everyone.


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