It’s official!  7-time Grammy award winner singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette is on board and will be a part of Sensitive—The Untold Story.  An avid supporter of Dr. Elaine Aron’s research and a HSP herself, she will be sharing her compelling story AND music in the film.


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  • Susan Barzacchini

    Not knowing you are an HSP is like not knowing yourself. It is a bit of a lost feeling for which answers are saught. Through reading Elaine Aron’s books and attending HSP seminars, I feel a certain level of self realization. It feels like I am home. The lost feeling has been replaced with a place of respite. I am home and hope that through experiences shared in the movie, that others will also feel they have found their home base.

  • Douglas Eby

    Like Alanis Morissette, there are many well-known people in the arts who identify themselves as sensitive or introverted, or call themselves “shy” which may be a convenient label. See quotes by and about Kate Mara, Chris Cooper, J.K. Rowling, Amy Adams, Tom Ford, Tory Burch and many other creative people in my article “Introverted, Shy or Highly Sensitive in the Arts”

  • Marino Giunta

    What a great experience I had filming today with Will and Diana Harper of The GlobalTouch Group!! They are truly masters of their craft and I can’t wait to see this film once completed! It’s going to be so good! To add, actually having the opportunity to video chat with Dr. Elaine Aron was just another amazing highlight of my day…such an amazing woman! To the rest of the cast, Will and Diana, Christian, Mike, Natalie, Mona Lisa, and Hamilton… Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to this film!!


  • Dawn Nichol

    Thank you so very much for your continued work in helping us understand HSP. I am a social worker who works with people who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs and being a HSP this helps me greatly in my work. Having said that …when I was married and in previous relationships, I was ridiculed, made to feel different and shamed because I wanted to go home early or not stay in the shopping malls etc. When I read your book a few years ago…I felt validated and have since been helping my clients understand their own sensitivities. I thank god everyday for my ..senses, sensibilities and sensitivities 🙂
    If I can help in any way please let me know….

  • Linda Lee

    At times, I’ve wondered how HSPs can tolerate intense music compositions. Since we are sensitive and process things deeply, it almost seems counterintuitive to expose oneself to music that is melancholy, intense and/or speaks to the pain of others. Like overstimulation, I try to avoid it because it can precipitate a case of the blues.

    Unfortunately, such music is in vogue nowadays, an outgrowth of the recovery movement, which has many of us airing our dirty laundry, and simply emoting more often. Perhaps the best thing is that is it cyclical. Looking forward to more upbeat tunes in the future!

  • Linda Lee

    Thank you so much for tolerating my feedback. I haven’t listened to Ms. Morrisette’s music, so I don’t know if my remarks would offend her. I generally don’t disagree as to a musician’s talent – I just have a hard time with “sad” music. She is a very pretty woman, and it’s nice to have our group represented among successful people.

    Again, thank you!

  • Julianna

    Thank you!

  • Patricia Farber

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me realize that HSP isn’t just psychobabble. It truly can make a huge difference in one’s life to know the reason for the most upsetting feelings, crowds, noise, energy level depletion. I cannot begin to tell you the feelings I am no longer ashamed of. And I allow myself to rest without feeling guilty, well maybe a little. My love for animals my distaste for violent movies and the news, my love of colors – I feel so much better understanding.

  • Carolyn

    Thank you for all you research on HSP… Armed with this knowledge, I have come to better understand who I am. Although, my journey has been a very long one. With this new insight, I’m excited, and eagerly looking forward to what’s next for me in God’s plan for my life.

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