At maturity, there's likely to be a réévaluation of the satisfactions derived from the subject's sensitivity. This mid-life appraisal is apt to focus on
• whether the individual has developed so that his strong sensitivity can be comfortably used, OR
• whether the individual has learned how to say and do what he needs without feeling his sensitivity compromised, OR
• whether shyness or uncertainty block him from a full expression of his sensitivity.
At this time in the life, the individual is likely to revise some attitudes and actions in order to better express his sensitivity and to better receive others' friendship and affection as a reward for that expression.
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