There is a plant named MIMOSA PUDICA (also called sensitive plant, touch-me-not, shame plant, or shy plant and ‘Chui mui’ in Hindi language) who has the characteristic of folding inward and droop when touched or shaken, defending themselves from harm and they re-open a few minutes later. This is a sign of being delicate.
The sign of delicacy in a person is that he/she is easily affected by any situation, any type of failure, someone’s criticism, someone’s misbehavior, by a scolding, a bad remark etc. Their mood gets off. He/she will withdraw himself from such situations, which will result in being far from their achievements, higher goals, maturity, success. They lose their emotional balance and motivation for their work, their task, their duties, in communication etc.. They feel that withdrawal is the best way to defend themselves. But their judgement here is false as they feel themselves being inferior. Delicate youth feel like being rejected, not being consulted, or asked, overlooked.
It is very difficult to manage relationship being delicate. It is good to be sensible and humble but it is wrong to be easily affected or emotionally hurt. A delicate person shows that he/she is helpless, weak. Sometimes, it is viewed as humbleness but it is not.
So, a delicate person has to learn on how to become strong and flexible against all the socks and he/she should strengthen from inside through self-affirmation & self-mentorship. The power of acceptance is a great tool which can help the youth to conquer his/her delicate nature. You should be steadfast, have the determined thought to overcome your sensitive nature and work on facing whichever situation that makes you delicate. Be fearless, straight forward in dealing with your delicate character.
Meditation teaches introvertness, which a good tool to explore the inner being. The ability to go inward give us the opportunity to find what changes are required. Our power of judgement gets stronger and we can discern what has to be changed in our delicate behavior.