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

Well I recently learned that the part of the brain that experiences physical pain is the same part that experiences emotional pain. So I say, confront the person like you're ripping off a glued-on bandaid (which I know is what it can emotionally feel like). The sooner it's over the less long you'll have to worry about what will happen.

I'm the same way - I hate confrontation/conflict of any kind... I suppose it's worse for me when I don't see it coming, when it comes from someone else. But either way it's hard! I once had to force myself to wake someone up from a nap (who I knew was in a bad mood) because she was going to be late for something. It was awful and it took me at least, like 10 minutes to build up to it :/ Also, I had to make a difficult phone call recently, so when someone dialed the number when I wasn't quite "ready" (to get me to stop procrastinating), it turned out to be a good thing. I think we, being empaths, just have to do this for ourselves when no one else is there to push out on "on stage" so to speak.

I feel your pain... Love & light to you, too :) Hope all goes well..

SoVanesh
SoVanesh
@sovanesh
2 years ago
7 posts
I have learnt over time that meditation is the key to balanced chakras. If all your chakras are balanced then you will automatically know how respond to any situation. Expressing yourself is directly linked to troat chakra,if it is fully opened you should be able to express yourself without reservations. I'm not sure if you are aware of chakras and to open and balance them but I think you should look at it.Kind regards.

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