Have you ever wanted to respond to things explosively, but something within you won’t let you? And even when someone has ticked you off completely, you still desire to forgive them. People may view these types as ones that everyone runs over and treats like crap. But there is something deeper at play. These people may exhibit traits of an empath.
Empaths tend to wear their hearts on their sleeves. Their compassionate hearts cause many people to take advantage of them. They want to step up and be the tough guy or gal. But they choose the high road in most cases. Sometimes they do this to their detriment because they don’t take a stand on things they should. If you are that type of person or know someone like this, this person may need introspection on who they are and why they are like this.
This month’s book I’m sharing is Psychic Empath by Kimberly Moon. Instead of making you feel like a weirdo, she points out why empaths are the way they are and the power that each has to help others. Empaths suffer from mood swings, super sensitivity, social issues, complicated relationships, attracting lots of needy and negative people, and more. She points out the good, bad, and ugly of being an empath.
Many empaths are the way they are because they are to help people with their psychic abilities and other higher-level skills. They are natural healers and sometimes struggle with life because their career isn’t aligned with their nature. Because many people don’t even realize they are empaths, they fail to protect themselves from vicious people who take advantage of their passive nature. The author talks about ways to protect yourself and your energy and so many other things to survive as an empath.
This book is available where books are sold. If you prefer to get it through Amazon, click this link: KimberlyMoonBook
Get your copy so that you can explore how to change your life by understanding your empath abilities and limitations.
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