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  1. Cheri,
    I use to be very sensitive as a child, teen, and young adult. But then life hardened my heart and I felt as though I have to be strong for everyone. Since my commitment to Christ, I have learned that it is ok to cry for whatever. I have learned to allow my heart to be broken for the things that break His heart. And I have learned to lean on Him to mend it back up. If it were not for God and the transformation He has made in me, I would still be putting up a tough act. I can now say that when it comes to people, I am very sensitive. Thank you for posting about being sensitive and your words of encouragement.

  2. Cheri Gregory says:

    Georgia — Us “More-Sensitive-Than-Most” gals are a somewhat rare breed. For the two of you who commented to this post, 6 unsubscribed from my blog, one of them noting, “This was written for women who are not like me.” A few years ago that would have felt like the end of the world to me. Now, I’ve come to realize that it really does “take all kinds” to make this world go ’round! The less I focus on whether or not other people approve of my sensitivity and the more I focus on what God has to say about and to me, the better off we all are. 🙂

  3. Thanks so much for linking up today with Coffee for Your Heart, friend! XOXO

  4. Cheri Gregory says:

    Heather — I’m so glad this spoke to your heart. I’ll gladly admit it was a 5-Kleenex post to write…or receive, which is more what it felt like. Take care of that tender heart!