Reckless
Reckless
@reckless
3 years ago
120 posts
For the most part most people you tell will look at you crazy, demand you tell them how they feel, or laugh it off.I'm sure they would not feel comfortable knowing you're in their head without permission. Some people want to keep secrets. If they knew you had this ability then they may distance themselves out of fear you may sense.something they don't want anyone to speak of.I can imagine that kids would be impressed and would like to learn
updated by @reckless: 12/28/17 06:17:54PM
Trevor Lewis
Trevor Lewis
@trevor-lewis
3 years ago
274 posts

My personal perspective:

1) Don't "look" without permission

2) If you do "look" without permission, don't tell

3) Stand up for who you are but ...

4) Don't confuse people who don't understand

5) Recognize that there are people out there who come off as varying shades of weird/crazy. Avoid adding one more to their numbers.

6) Recognize that balancing 3 4 and 5 is a challenge! :-)

Cat Whisperer
Cat Whisperer
@cat-whisperer
3 years ago
764 posts
If find myself not letting anyone know unless I am confident that they will understand. I have in the past tended to wear my heart on my sleeve so I have learned that most people are not at all comfortable about things they don't understand, and it hurts to be called crazy and have people shy away. So the best practice (I think) is for the most part keep it to yourself.
Cat Whisperer
Cat Whisperer
@cat-whisperer
3 years ago
764 posts
No, Chay you are not egotistical. We are naturally prone to want to help people.
Eduardo Guillermo Vera
Eduardo Guillermo Vera
@eduardo-guillermo-vera
3 years ago
18 posts

My 2 cents

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Always enjoy the music ;)

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