It's not uncommon and if you are you're probably unfairly stigmatised. It's simply the way the DNA wars dealt you your cards. If you're part of the other 96% you probably care how people treat you and respond to you.
This can be unlearned. When we communicate we invest significant emotion analysing what we think is intent. Nuances of body language are interpreted, judgements we label such as rude, insensitive, abrasive are indeed just that, judgements.
Some of us go into meltdown if colourful language is used in particular environments, or courtesy is not reciprocated. We're conditioned it would seem to take things personally and yet it serves us poorly.
Consciously dial back the emotion button when communicating with the unemotive or overly emotive and you'll be well rewarded. Not a problem if you're one of the 4%.
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