Seeing through lies
When you speak to people with anxiety disorder, they listen and concentrate to every word that comes out of your mouth. So it is very hard to lie to them and expect they will believe you. They are also aware of their surrounding than anyone else, they are fully aware of what is happening around them.
Another level of IQ
This is a picture of yong, as a person with anxiety; he is very analytic and apprehensive which has been attributed to his increased level of intelligence. He is also thought to be the most genius man in the world. He knew 4 languages by the age of 2, learned algebra at the age of 3, was a guest student at a university at the age of 4 and was invited to NASA at the age of 7. His name is in the Guinness Book of Record for having the highest IG in the world, 210
The power of the sixth sense
According to statistics, people with anxiety can detect threats in just 200 milliseconds. They are often capable of predicting the future. One may say that their sixth sense is active and helps them predict and avoid possible tragedies
Mind reading qualities
They are very sensitive and they can easily get to know what’s going on in the other person’s mind. They do this by understanding their vibes and understanding other person’s energies. They can detect negative signs and react accordingly and it is very difficult for them to stay with people who have negative vibes for long
Improved memory and creativity
With time, their imagination continues to expand and so does their memory. They can think for a longer period of time so it is very easy for them to remember. They are even more creative because they are quite imaginative. Unlike normal people, they tend to see situations in different perspectives.
Better judgment ability and empathy
They understand other people’s feelings very well and show empathy toward them. They can also understand different kinds of emotions better that anyone else. No one can judge other people better than them because they themselves are running through varied emotions.
To understand these points very well, try and watch a series called the prison break.
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