Why Do Sensitive and Creative People Get Depressed? Conversation with Douglas Eby


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In this episode, we discussed what Douglas Eby did when years ago he could not find any information on high sensitivity and intensity. We see what we can learn from actors who are emotionally intense. We will answer the question: Why sensitive people are more prone to depression and it might not be a bad thing. Finally, we explore what constitutes exceptional creativity and why gifted women have a hard time accepting their talents.

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Resources mentioned:

- Elaine Aron- The Highly Sensitive Person https://hsperson.com/

- Julie A. Bjelland: https://www.juliebjelland.com/

- Sharon Barnes: https://therapistforsensitiveandgifted.com/giftedness/

- Susan Cain- Quiet Revolution: https://www.quietrev.com/

- Tara Brach: https://www.tarabrach.com/

- Wired to Create: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wired-Create-Unraveling-Mysteries-Creative/dp/0399175660

Douglas Eby:

Douglas Eby (M.A./Psychology) is author of The Creative Mind series of sites including Talent Development Resources, High Ability, Highly Sensitive and Creative, and others providing information and inspiration to help enhance your inner growth and artistic expression as a creative person.

Main site (with links to other sites) The Creative Mind http://thecreativemind.net

Facebook profile http://www.facebook.com/douglas.eby

Twitter https://twitter.com/DouglasEby

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