Kit Kat
Kit Kat
@kit-kat
3 years ago
232 posts

Why can't you tell them?

Kaitlyn Brokaw
Kaitlyn Brokaw
@kaitlyn-brokaw
3 years ago
216 posts

I am 15, and I would love to chat with you about this. You can message me if you'd like :)

Crownite
Crownite
@crownite
3 years ago
106 posts

Why can't you tell them? Being an empath isn't a big deal......

Karen2
Karen2
@womanwhowalks
3 years ago
973 posts

Well....I'm 48 years old and feel I can't tell my folks or brother about my being an empath....lol...the fear belongs to me....I could say something....but know enough their reaction wouldn't be good.....lol....so...your really not alone in that issue....at any age.....lol

Bookworm
Bookworm
@bookworm
3 years ago
94 posts
Gene and Karen are right Mary most empaths struggle with this issue whether it is with their parents, wider family, other loved ones... As Gene says only you can make the decision whether or not to tell, whether you think the other person is ready to hear.But whatever you decide just know you are not alone you have friends who will understand you here :) xx
Rene''
Rene''
@rene
3 years ago
1,195 posts
Yes. Your all are like me. Im the "crazy" one in my family. So I keep it to myself.I was raised in a house where children was seen and not heard so I do understand what your going though. But I have no answers. All that I know you can do is try to stay opened minded and surround your self with people like yourself which was hard to do myself being from a small town and I you see things or hear things or feel things than your not excepted . When you grow up and have children , break this tradition and teach your child they have a voice because or gifts, most of the time, are pasted down.
Rene''
Rene''
@rene
3 years ago
1,195 posts
Passed down, sorry my southern English is showing though. Lol

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