Sensitive: The Hidden Power of the Highly Sensitive Person in a Loud, Fast, Too-Much World

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6.4 X 9.1 X 1.1 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author
Jenn Granneman and Andre Sólo are the force behind the world's largest online communities for sensitive people and introverts, Sensitive Refuge and Introvert, Dear. Granneman is also the author of The Secret Lives of Introverts, and has been featured in HuffPost, The Washington Post, the BBC, Oprah Daily, BuzzFeed, Glamour, and more. Sólo has been featured in HuffPost, The Washington Post, Vogue, MSNBC, The Telegraph, and numerous podcasts. Both are regular contributors to Psychology Today and Forbes.
"Offering a deft mixture of science reporting, manifesto, and advice, Granneman and Solo make an urgent case for harnessing the power of the sensitive individual in an increasingly noisy world."--Cal Newport, New York Times bestselling author of Digital Minimalism and Deep Work

"Granneman and Solo's engaging and science-backed gem of a book is equal parts revelation, validation, and celebration. An absolute must-read for everyone who experiences this world with wholehearted deep feeling, conscience, and empathy."--Ellen Hendriksen, PhD, author of How to Be Yourself

"A well-organized, thoughtful look at sensitivity by the devoted creators of a popular, information-rich online community for sensitive people."--Judith Orloff, author of The Empath's Survival Guide

"Who wins human flourishing wins the future. In gardens of the overlooked and underrated, smart leaders will discover amazing talents: introverts, late bloomers, and now the highly sensitive. Granneman and Solo's book expands our horizons. It is a victory for humanity."--Rich Karlgaard, author of Late Bloomers

"Granneman and Sólo, creators of Highly Sensitive Refuge online community for sensitive people, skillfully explore the misunderstood trait. The authors' argument is cogent and accessible, and they make clear ways readers can harness the trait without ignoring its challenges. This will empower readers to reframe their sensitivity as a strength."--Publishers Weekly