Have others ever told you to "stop being so sensitive"? Have you ever looked at other people and wondered how they manage to get through the day without noticing the suffering going on all around them?
Do you feel so emotionally delicate in comparison to your peers that you have tried to block out what is going on around you? You may have even resorted to coping mechanisms such as overeating, overworking, or smoking as a means of managing your emotions.
Maybe you have tried to "grow a thicker skin", or attempted to cover up your feelings with humor? Perhaps you have always felt different to others since childhood, but could never quite put your finger on why.
If this description resonates with you, congratulations! You may well be an empath.
Unfortunately, an empath who lacks insight into their own nature is likely to be miserable.
Most of us are familiar with the concept of empathy. Aside from sociopaths, who are largely incapable of appreciating what another individual may be feeling, humans are generally able to understand what others are going through in most situations.
Empaths, however, constitute the small group of people who not only understand the emotions of others, but literally feel them too.
In short, an empath takes this common human ability of relating to other peoples' emotions to extremes.
If you have no idea why you are so readily affected by the emotions of others and the events around you, you will become psychologically unstable. You will be unsure as to where your true feelings end, and those of other people begin.
Hypersensitivity can be a burden if not properly managed, which is why it's so important that all Empaths learn to harness the special gift they have been given.
That's where this book comes in. Millions of other people around the world share your gifts and lead happy, fulfilling lives. It's time to learn how to put your rare gift to use, maximize your human potential, and thrive in life!
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