Tag: psychology

Sensitive-The Untold Story continues to impact lives

When Sensitive-The Untold Story premiered, Alanis Morissette wrote: “[Sensitive-The Untold Story] covers such a dense amount of information, and such a wide range of how and where this trait shows up…all done in a way that is very clear, and intelligent and touching. Bless you for making this film. It is an honor to have been a part of it, and to be part of this generous outreach to so many HSP’s and their loved ones. Such a major contribution to the world. Congratulations on a truly stunning documentary…. to you and your whole team. Alanis”

Today this film is one of the highest rated films on imdb and we recently made it available to 4,000 universities worldwide where students and professors can watch it for free. Thousands of emails and comments we have received show that the film continues to positively impact lives. It is now a movement.

The sequel – Sensitive And In Love – is currently in production. The long-awaited groundbreaking documentary is based on the research of Dr. Elaine Aron, research psychologist and author of the international bestsellers The Highly Sensitive Person and The Highly Sensitive Person in Love. She and her husband, Dr. Art Aron, have also been researching love and how to make close relationships last since they met decades ago. Today, Art is one of the world’s leading relationship researchers , known for his pioneering brain imaging studies of love and his famous 36 Questions for building intimacy.