I hadn't thought of it that way.
I generally find these labels very hard to understand as also the characterisation of them as problems. Sensitive people also tend to be very observant people. And being observant is pretty cool.
I don't cry often, but if given the opportunity I probably would.
Which is why I was trying to understand where you're coming from beyond the biochemistry of it.
All I was hinting at is biochemistry goes a HUGE way to determine peoples personality. It really does. Even easy tears can be a sign of high levels of histamine (google it), I kid you not. If you try nutritional supplements at significant doses your neurotransmitter levels and hormone levels change, and you'll note that has a profound impact on your thought patterns and personality. I've been through it. Just like I'd urge people to take lots of copper if they want to prove to themselves that heavy metals dont have any impact on dpression. Try it, try lots of copper for a few months, no zinc, and you'll get depression. It isnt healthy so dont do it but if people were so adamant give it a try, then you'll be replicating a person whsoe body has a hard time balancing copper, and thus these folk get depression, which they blame on past bullying, relationships of whatever. Psychological issues have manfiested from biochemical driven problems, thats my view. And as easy as it is to get tricked into labelling it a psychological disorder, as thats what it seems to be, we cant say for sure where the driving force is behind that psychological problem. We can just take a hunch. Its easy to put 2 and 2 together and tie in depression with a past psychological event, but even when you do that theres no guarantee actually its 2 and 2 that match.