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6 Crucial Truths that will Help You to Love Being an Empath

6 Crucial Truths that will Help You to Love Being an Empath

Are you sensitive to noise and light? 

Were you—or are you now—bullied or called “crybaby,” “wuss,” or “wimp”? Are you constantly saving animals, insects, and people? Are you inconsolable when you watch something sad or violent? Are you totally overwhelmed by the insane state of the world at the moment? 

If so, it’s likely you are more than just highly sensitive; you’re likely an Empath.

I hate seeing any Empath feeling isolated and in despair, so let me give you a pep talk right now! Here are 6 things you need to hear right now that will (hopefully) help you feel accepted, loved, and supported: 

7 Life Experiences You Will Definitely Have if You are an Empath

7 Life Experiences You Will Definitely Have if You are an Empath

Being an empath means that you will often feel quite different from everyone you know. The good news is that there are more empaths than you might think, AND that we all have a lot in common — including these 7 life experiences:

6 Critical Questions to Ask Before You Screw Up Your Life (or Feel Like You Have)

6 Critical Questions to Ask Before You Screw Up Your Life (or Feel Like You Have)

You know that old adage, “Hindsight is 20/20”? 

If you’ve ever made a decision which you later regretted, you’ll deeply understand what this means (and may have heard it from more than a few well-meaning people). Faced with the result of a bad choice, you likely grumbled, “If I’d only known then what I know now, I’d never have done it!”

These 6 critical questions will help you avoid major pitfalls, wastes of time, and regrets and help you choose things that are in alignment with the life you desire.

Why It's Critical to Grieve When You’ve Lost Something You Love: 5 Important Steps to Letting Go to Stay Healthy and Whole

Why It's Critical to Grieve When You’ve Lost Something You Love: 5 Important Steps to Letting Go to Stay Healthy and Whole

If you are alive today, you have experienced the pain of losing something or someone you love. We are often told to hold in grief or that our sadness is ridiculous, especially if we are grieving the loss of a beloved pet or a material object like a house or car. However, in my practice, I see very clearly that unexpressed and unresolved grief causes a host of health issues, from physical issues like high blood pressure and dry eye to mental and spiritual issues like depression, addiction issues, and all-over fatigue. Needless to say, it’s critical that you take the time to fully honor the grief process. Here’s how I did it with a recent loss…I hope it helps you, too.