Welcome.  This simple questionnaire is designed to see if you are Highly Sensitive Person.  

There is a 1 in 5 chance you have a finely tuned nervous system - which, technically speaking, is what makes you a 'Highly Sensitive Person'

These 23 questions are our take on Dr. Elaine Aron's research in the area & the questions on the hsperson.com website.

P.S. It won't take long.
Let's begin, shall we?
What's your name? *

(Just your first one is fine.)
Okay, {{answer_BDNspWySHeai}}, let's see if you are a Highly Sensitive Person.

BTW, there are no Right or Wrong answers - just honest ones.  
Basically, you can't fail  :-)

Keep in mind, the results of this test only provide an indicator of traits.  They don't provide a medical outcome. They don't describe a weakness or something to be ashamed of.

Also, some of the questions seem to repeat themselves but are intentional. Thanks for your time! This may change your life.

If I've been in a place that is highly stimulating, be it, people, noise or lights, I find myself desperate for a break and want to be alone in a simple quiet space. *

I am particularly sensitive to the effects of drugs, caffeine and other stimulants. *

Physical and emotional pain seem extra intense for me. *

I get overwhelmed by strong or busy lights, strong odours, certain fabrics, or loud noises around. *

I tend to process things deeply and richly. *

This pertains to the way you consider things mentally and emotionally.

I'm affected by other people's emotional states *

You most often feel other people's emotional state - without needing words.  You may also 'feel' through masks others wear.

Arts, music and stories move me deeply. *

You find they affect your emotions and nervous system.

My nervous system gets frazzled often. Especially when I'm in overwhelming and stimulating environments. *

I work hard to do the right thing by others and the world. *

I get rattled when I have a lot to do in a short amount of time. *

I tend to know when something needs to be done in a place when I sense other's are not comfortable. *

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I am annoyed when people try to get me to do too many things at once. *

If I'm in a good space, I rarely forget important things. *

I make a point to avoid violent movies and TV shows. *

They freak me out and stay with me.

I become unpleasantly aroused when a lot is going on around me. *

Being very hungry creates a strong reaction in me, disrupting my concentration or mood. *

Changes in my life shake me up. *

I notice and enjoy delicate or fine scents, tastes, sounds, works of art. *

I find it unpleasant to have a lot going on at once. *

I make it a high priority to arrange my life to avoid upsetting or overwhelming situations. *

I am bothered by intense stimuli, like loud noises or chaotic scenes. *

When I must compete or be observed while performing a task, I become so nervous or shaky that I do much worse than I would otherwise. *

When I was a child, my parents or teachers seemed to see me as sensitive or shy. *

Your Gender.


Is this the first time you've taken a test to see if you are a Highly Sensitive Person? *

 {{answer_BDNspWySHeai}}, that's a score of  {{var_score}} out of 23.
 If you scored under 13 then you are most likely a NOT Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).  

You can do it again if you like  . 

Or we can tell you more about HSPs.
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{{answer_BDNspWySHeai}} you scored {{var_score}} out of 23.

Any Score over 13 is an indication you may be a Highly Sensitive Person.  The higher the score, the more pronounced the trait and gift.

Can we help you with some more info?

Recently, HSP expert  David Tensen did a  Webinar introducing the basics of Living as a Highly Sensitive Person.  
(This is life-changing stuff - especially for Christians)

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