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Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 10:36:22AM
225 posts

Patterns


Empath

Some people need lots of structure and routine. It sounds like you are that way. If it helps then that is great.

I can understand my cats. They talk to me and like that I talk to them as well. Not that they are very interesting to talk to usually lol. Mostly they just want treats and attention but sometimes they will tell on one of the kids or let me know when one of the other cats gets trapped in someone's room. We do have one very empathic cat though. If one of us gets mad she will do everything she can to get to them. Then she will meow, purr and rub herself against us to try and calm us down. I can tell what they need or want. It is funny when I have to herd the cats, they will follow me everywhere. They rest of the family is amazed at how they all run to me and talk to me. They even have tones such as when they ask a question or give me an answer. It is really neat.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 10:28:48AM
225 posts



It is great that you can make such a healthy change. I am working on the atmosphere here. I can't just leave or move because it is my family so I have to find other ways. It helps having people in your space that you get along with. I cannot cope well when someone is really stressing me out with their moods and behaviors. Every year we add more to make our home healthier and more comfortable. We just renovated the bathroom partly. This house needs so much work but slowly we are making it look better and getting rid of years of other people's grime. We add more to our gardens each year too and use more herbs for our health. I am glad this are going well for you right now. Enjoy it. :)


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Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 10:18:34AM
225 posts



Well I suppose you could get paid to meditate on a beach. If you started a beach yoga class or meditation group :) Though maybe not enough to live off of.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 10:01:49AM
225 posts



There is a book called the highly sensitive person in love byElaine N. Aron. It explains love, the hows and whys. This is very possible and happens often with sensitive people and empaths. Having a list of what you are looking for can help when you are feeling that way. You want to actually look at who that person is and not just follow the feeling of love. If you find this is a problem, not knowing if it is you feeling love or them, then I would really recommend reading that book. Good luck :)

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 09:56:06AM
225 posts



I did this. I made an impossible list of what I wanted in a man. Not physical looks but traits I wanted and didn't want. I was done with bad relationships and wanted a list to refer to so I would know if that person was good for me or not. I think I was also trying to pull a "practical magic" trick and wish for a man that didn't exist. :) But it turned out he did and I met him shortly after I made that list.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 09:51:08AM
225 posts



That is a good idea. Maybe thinking of it like water rushing past a big rock for a visual. I like that.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 09:46:52AM
225 posts

Why (some) empaths experience social anxiety?


Empath

A lot of people in my family treated me like I wasn't right and needed to be fixed. I couldn't be shy and I was a hypochronriac (sp?) because I could feel other peoples injuries and illness. My mom did not realize that with at least half of those people I didn't even know they were hurt or sick so I wasn't even doing it subconciously or out of sympathy. My grandma still brings up how I cried through my whole first time being on stage with an audience. It was rubbed in and I was pushed to be a social butterfly which is just not me. Well maybe it could have been me if I hadn't had so much stress and pressure to be that way. My childhood most likely could have been what caused my social anxiety. I was not given any confidence or support.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 09:37:45AM
225 posts

Why (some) empaths experience social anxiety?


Empath

I have had too many experiences like this but I wouldn't be able to read in that situation. I just burst into tears like a 3yo and can't do anything but try to escape. It is so horribly embarassing.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 09:31:29AM
225 posts



I have never liked my name either. I don't like using people's names when I talk to them unless it is in a group. They know their name and they know I am talking to them specificly when it is one on one.

No one ever remembers my name, only the first letter. It isn't an unknown name either being that it is the name of a state in the US. So it is weird. Personally I don't like names. Though when I picked my kids names I took a lot of time and thought. I looked at the nicknames, the meanings, the spellings I liked the feel of. I disliked mine so much that I wanted to give them nice names that they might like.

Gin S
@gin-s
04/11/15 09:23:54AM
225 posts



I have more of a picture memory. I can recognize a face I haven't seen in 20 years but I can't remember people's names.

Gin S
@gin-s
02/13/15 07:56:17AM
225 posts

Chakra Crystals


Empath

I had a chakra necklace. It was made of tiny chips of stone all around it. I tried 4 times to wear it but within a couple hours I would start to feel flu-ish and dizzy so I gave it to my daughter. I tried to cleanse it so many times but I guess it was just too strong for me. She doesn't have a problem with it but it sure bothered me. Now I guess I will have to keep an eye out for a chakra pendant instead.

Gin S
@gin-s
02/01/15 06:44:34AM
225 posts



I agree, what I really needed most was my mom's comfort and support, which I never got. I also needed her to help me feel more confident instead of tearing me down. Be there for her and accept her. You are already on the right path by asking for ideas to help her when you aren't sure what to do. Just the fact that you care will go far as well.

Gin S
@gin-s
01/31/15 06:22:57AM
225 posts



You could start with yoga. My little guy was copying yoga poses as soon as he started crawling. Yoga can help to ground and the deep breathing to calm. There are yoga books and videos for young children to make it more exciting for them as well.


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Gin S
@gin-s
01/23/15 09:35:27AM
225 posts

A Journey To Awakening / A Course for Lightworkers


Library of Light

After watching the first one I think he would like what we are doing here at EC. :)

Gin S
@gin-s
01/23/15 09:25:05AM
225 posts



I get overwhelmed and start to feel like everyone would be better off without all my quirks and problems around. I am just so different that I don't mesh with others well and it causes problems. Except when I come here to EC, everyone seems to be an oddball like me here. I feel lonely a lot but I have a husband and kids so I should not feel that way so much. My husband has taken the time to really get to know me and understand, which no one else has ever done. Maybe this is just something we all go through in generalas humans.

Gin S
@gin-s
01/23/15 09:16:46AM
225 posts



I'm sorry, I don't know what to say. That is a tough situation, unfortunately you can't help people who aren't ready for it. I just wanted to let you know that we are here and listening even if we don't have any words of advice to help you. I wish you comfort and luck in this situation.


updated by @gin-s: 04/10/17 01:30:12AM
Gin S
@gin-s
01/06/15 07:11:44AM
225 posts

Anybody get freaked out by hospitals and doctors' offices?


Empath

I get antsy at the doctors office but it is hospitals and dental offices that really get me. I'm not sure if it is just anxiety or if it is all the energy from so many machines. I will see spots, have trouble breathing, I get woozy and can't concentrate. If it was me I would not be able to even consider a job in that industry. I wish I had some help for you. All I can tell you is to really think about each place first. Try to imagine yourself working there. If it is a smaller office it might not be so bad. Good luck on your job search.

Gin S
@gin-s
01/06/15 07:05:02AM
225 posts

Low tolerance for BS


Empath

It could be that you are just getting an overload of BS at the moment. Unless it is someone close to me I usually just smile and nod, lol. Probably with a bit of a quizical look on my face because I can feel that something is off about what they are saying. It took me a long time to realize what that feeling was, that feeling of lie detection.

I do see that you are aware of the negativity in yourself and don't like it. That is the first step. You can't change something if you don't realize it is there or don't feel the need to change it. Maybe some grounding time or a bit less time around these certain people for a while might help. Take a break and spend time doing something positive that you enjoy :)

Gin S
@gin-s
01/06/15 06:53:53AM
225 posts

Pulling people in and pushing people away


Empath

I am really glad if it helps. Good luck, I hope you find a way to make this work :)

Gin S
@gin-s
01/06/15 06:52:14AM
225 posts



You could try to send him peaceful and comforting energy. I know how hard it is. My husband was holding in his grief at one point and it was pouring out of me. It was the weird for me because I hadn't even met the man who died and I felt like I had lost my best friend. I just gave him comfort and listened while he told me how great that man was. Eventually it passed. This will pass too but being that it is his mother that he is grieving for it will take time. Take care of you as well, have a hot bubble bath with a good book or a nice cozy nap. Find something that comforts and calms you, it should help some.


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Gin S
@gin-s
01/06/15 06:35:09AM
225 posts



There are many different ways. You can imagine your shield in any way that makes sense to you. I think most people imagine their shield to let positive emotions in but keep negative out. I find that even positive energy can be too much for me if the other person is feeling it strongly. Like when my husband comes home from work just buzzing with energy. I wish I could get my shield to work then. It is uncomfortable for me as if he is giving me little static shocks as he talks, if that makes sense. I can feel the vibrations hitting me and I just want to close up and not feel it quite so much. I unconciously developed the cold shoulder technique where you literally give a person the cold shoulder to block the energy. Not the best strategy though because people do find that rude, lol. It is ok for big malls with lots of strangers but not so great in the small local shop.

For grounding there are many options too. Walking barefoot outside, yoga, meditation, etc. I would just explore posts a bit and see what fits best for you because there are just so many ways and everyone is different. I know there is a really big post called what is your favorite grounding technique, I think that is right. There is a wealth of ideas in that thread alone.

Gin S
@gin-s
01/05/15 03:24:23PM
225 posts

Pulling people in and pushing people away


Empath

I don't know if it is what you should do but as I read your post I felt that maybe you could use a holiday away to be someone else for a bit. Go somewhere that people don't know you and just let loose a bit without worrying what others will think.

I have trouble trusting people so I tend to have trouble letting them in as well. But I do believe in communication. You can think of a gentle way to express your needs if something makes you uncomfortable. Unfortunately people don't always hear you until they can see it with their own eyes and even then they don't always understand us. I go through spurts too where I feel like socializing or not socializing and no one seems to understand it. They expect that I will keep contact all the time but sometimes I do need a break from people. The world just doesn't seem to allow that kind of thing for me. If I pull away for a bit then that friend is gone. A lot of my friendships have ended that way. I call them every time and then when I don't call they just let me go instead of helping keep the relationship alive by calling me for a change.

I understand needing alone time and not wanting to feel obligated. Maybe if you told her you just need to slow things down and can't keep up with all the communication at the moment. I think everyone needs a break once in a while.

Gin S
@gin-s
01/05/15 02:57:17PM
225 posts



Well Nikki you have come to the right place. Everyone of us here either has felt that ourselves or are here to learn about someone in their lives who does. We have the "survival guide" on the home page with some ideas to practice(and remember learning new skills can take a little time and repetition to work). We have plenty of groups(including one for people who are new to being an empath) for every interest as well here. I would suggest that you take your time and read around this site. There are so many ideas and thoughts. Finding this site WILL help you!! Even if all you take from it is that you are not the only person to experience this.

You are not alone in this anymore, most of us have been there ourselves. Explore, learn about yourself and grow. Being an empath can feel like a blessing sometimes and a curse at others. I understand and you don't sound crazy. If you look around you will see that anyone can appear crazy but that is just because we don't understand yet. That is that what keeps things interesting in life, everyone is different. If we were all the same we would get so bored knowing how everything would turn out. You do have a gift as any personality trait can be if used for good intentions. I understand your struggle, I am there too.

I hope you find this site and the great people here to be like coming home, as I did. Most of us are in the same boat and some have grown through it with understanding to be able to offer help to us "younglings" in the place they used to be. I hope you find what you are looking for Nikki. We are with you.


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Gin S
@gin-s
01/05/15 02:37:00PM
225 posts



Me too! I thought it was just me but my "headaches" have turned into one big three day headache so far. I thought it was too much smoking and drinking because my dad is down, maybe it is for me. Unless we are all doing the same thing because it is the holidays. I usually get headaches often but it isn't breaking up much right now. Pretty much constant headache for the last three days here with hardly a break. This happens to me once in a while though, not unusual in my world. The holidays stress me out really bad which could be another factor. Even on a normal day I can feel a headache coming on, at least the starting pain, about 2-3 times a day.

Gin S
@gin-s
11/27/14 06:36:59AM
225 posts



Thank you. I do try to be only kind and caring when I come here. If I amin a badmood then I choose to not bring it here to all of you. I thinkmy critical sidecomes out more to those that I am closest to. Their actions and choices affect me the most so I tend to become more critical.

If I can't find what I need then it won't be for lack of looking. I keep learning and trying. Growing and healing, bit by bit.

Gin S
@gin-s
11/23/14 07:08:27AM
225 posts



I don't have input on the shielding as I have never gotten that to work for me. I know I need healing but I don't know which kind would work best for me.

Ecila I do understand dealing with people like this. I have a family member who is quite incredible that way. He tries to pick fights from the moment he sees me or anyone for that matter.Everything you say he scoffs at or turns negative. I am about ready to lose it on him. He is a newer family member on my husbands side so I have only known him for 5 years. Even still he is constantly pushing my buttons and being rude and crude to everyone. I have to stand up to him soon so he will stop but I have been tolerant out of respect for my husband and the rest of his family. They know what he is like and most of them don't like to be around himeither. It can take me a couple days to get rid of the anxiety thathe and people like him cause inme. Some people you can't really avoid no matter what your vibration is at.

I have never learned how to just let thingsgo.Even as a kid I was anxious and pessimistic. I try to work on positivity but it is far from natural to me. It could very well come from being constantly manipulated and criticized growing up.They didn't like my personality and sensitivity so there really was nothing I could do to make them happy. My vibrations are coming up but it is a very slow process for me. My nerves are raw so other people's energy does feel like an attackto me if it is too strong or too negative.

Gin S
@gin-s
11/18/14 07:19:06AM
225 posts



Welcome to EC Sirah. It sounds like you are on the right path. It is not an easy journey, I know.

How do you detox the negative? I don't think I have heard that term. I get overwhelmed with how much I absorb and pick up on as well.


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Gin S
@gin-s
11/18/14 07:11:14AM
225 posts



I hear you. I was sheltered too. Even down to being homeschooled for half of high school. I am not sure how I pick up on their thoughts. I am not purposely trying to. I amsure not relaxed when I do it, except with my husband and we hear more then we want of each others thoughts.Being relaxed might help but outof the house I am never even close to relaxed.

I don't have very many friends. Inschool I had a lot of aquaintences but the ones I thought were friends just used me. I supposeI wouldjust take things slow and get to know people more before opening up too much. You don't have to trust someone until they have proved they are worthy of your trust. If they turn out to be manipulating or using you then they are not worthy of your trust.

Gin S
@gin-s
11/18/14 07:01:08AM
225 posts



I have this happen to me quite often. With and without my intentionally trying to help. Even when I try to help someone get better whileimagining sending the pain or illness away rather then into myself. I thought maybe if I directed it elsewhere intentionallythenI wouldn't absorb it but it didn't work.I always have mysterious symptoms and doctors just think I'm a hypocondriac because I can't always tell what is mine and what is not. Since I was a kid I have wanted to take others suffering away, I would rather suffer then know someone I care about is suffering. Though I am not so comfortable suffering myself, lol. My mom always accused me of faking it when I would get the same symptoms someone else had. The problem was, at least half the time, I had no idea they were sick or hurting in the same way I wasuntil she told me.

I am still working on how not to absorb it myself, if that is possible, while still being able to help people.I wish we had moreinformation into this kind of thing. I do know their are quite a few of us here that experience this.

Gin S
@gin-s
11/01/14 08:39:18AM
225 posts



I can be the same way. I keep people back until I know them and think they are not a threat. People always saw me as weakalso because I was too sympathetic in this world of selfishness. My emotions feel like overreactions compared to other people. But then I was told over and over as a kid that I was overreacting to everything.

I have had that happen where my brain plays what could happen as a video in my mind, like a daydream. It can feel so real while you watch it play out. It can be a helpful tool for me. If I don't know how to approach someone about something I can use it to play out a few senarios and see how they likelywould go. Though it can scare me sometimes too. If we are driving down the highway I will see oncoming vehicles as they plough into us head first, just because the thought crossed my mind that they might cause an accident. I get lots of shivers down my back for those possibilities. It is kind of like having premonition but instead of just one vision I can go through as many possibilities as I can think of.

I can hear thoughts as well. People tend to be uncomfortable when I keep saying what they were going to say. The problem is their thoughts come through my thought voice so I can't tell the difference that easily. I tend to overanalyze too. Is this my intuition or me overreacting again, is that the other person's thought or did my mind make that up, when that person clenched their jaw when I brought up this topic was that why they did it or was it something else.

As far as having a shield up I would just keep in mind what you want and work on letting that shield down around people you know you can trust. I was used and abused for being weak and I don't like to let people in either. I am slowly working on opening up a bit more or at least trying to have a bit more control over my empathy so that I can turn it off when I need to. Bit by bit, I grow and change.


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Gin S
@gin-s
10/31/14 09:22:02AM
225 posts



Thank you Elise for giving us a home! And for all of those that help make it feel like one.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/31/14 08:55:27AM
225 posts



Southern half of sask. :)

Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 12:47:16PM
225 posts



I would rather not be more specific about locationonline since I have kids. I'm in a really small town. I have lived in a couple small towns here and a couple cities including saskatoon. I haven't lived outside of saskatchewan ever, lol. Though my parents moved to BC.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 11:38:20AM
225 posts



Yes, I wish the world would understand that there are more reasons for being, what they call, Antisocial then just being psychotic. I am concidered somewhat antisocial because I don't like to socialize much or go to bigtown events. I can't handle that much commotion around me or that many emotions flyingaround. Even one person cansend too much energywhen I socialize, so I prefer not to for the most part. I am not antisocial because I am hiding evil intent. Also there are so few people I meet that will take the time to get to know me so they can understand. They just think I am weird right off the bat and then avoid me it seems. I have a husband and kids and most days just feeling all of their emotions is too much for me. I do not have the energy to add more people to the equation.

I do not know how to spread this to the rest of the world but I agree that it is a problem.


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Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 11:26:36AM
225 posts



Welcome to EC, Maputo. It sounds like you might also be a highly sensitive person. I am an empath and highly sensitive myself. It is not easy. Especially when people don't really understand why so many things bother us. My mom thought I should just stop being sensitive.

This site is like a home. It is very comforting for me to finally be able to fit in more fully with others. I am glad the hematite is helping. We could all use more peace and calm. I hope you enjoy it here.


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Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 10:28:16AM
225 posts



My dad is an RCMP too. Though he went through training after I moved out. We moved too oftenas it was so I'm glad he didn't join earlier.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 10:26:34AM
225 posts



Hello Starr, I'm in saskatchewan.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 10:25:03AM
225 posts

Tossed between heart and mind


Empath

I agree that humans are weird. :) So much about human behavour just doesn't make sense sometimes. You just work on being the best you that you can be. You don't have to be like everyone else because you aren't. Just do what you feel/thinkis right for you. I try to combine heart and mind butit seems I usually end upfollowing just one of them depending on the decision. I am always thinking too, about anything and everything. If I am interested in that line of thought then I research it and see what information is out there. LOL but that just leads to more thinking.

If you are absolutely set on peace at all costs then you might be more satisfied without worrying about romance. If that is something you really want though you might have to bend some to make it work. But if you find the right person you can make it work if you both try. Maybe there is someone out there that, like you, needs more alone time as well and hopefully likes some of the same activities as you do.

It is hard to listen to my intuition sometimes. I get warnings without any details of why I got the warning. Sometimes my intuition just seems like me being paranoid so I ignore it but that usually doesn't end well. I try to follow it as much as I can because it is usually right.

I hope I properly understood what you were saying here and I hope this helps some.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 10:09:01AM
225 posts

Longtime lurker, first time poster


Empath

Welcome to EC. I hope you find it as helpful and comforting here as I have. You will find so much information here. :)

Gin S
@gin-s
10/30/14 10:06:34AM
225 posts



It really depends what you want. If you want psychic protection the a lot of the black stones are good like black onyx, tourmaline, or obsidian. I read fluorite is a good stone for empaths. I love fluorite myself, also great for pain. Lots of empaths like rose quartz for its gentle calming and heart healing properties. I would recommend browsing the tools for the empath as mentioned already. Lots more info in there. You can also do internet searches as there are many sites andbookson crystals now.

I also want to add that you don't need crystals though they can help. Some people like to use their mind to imagine a shield around them for protection(lots of posts around herewith different ideas on that). Some people choose prayer as well. I have lots of crystals myself, some I noticethey helpand some I don't.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/23/14 10:47:09AM
225 posts

Who am I?


Empath

You know I kind of had that feeling to now that you mention it. Like I belonged else where and would be picked up one day. It could have just been a wish to escape my childhood though.I use to pretend my real parents were coming to rescue me and my parents weren't actually my parents. My mom was right there so that was a bitweird.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/20/14 07:47:11AM
225 posts



That is really neat. I don't haveany of those yet.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/20/14 07:45:31AM
225 posts



Welcome to EC Starr.


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Gin S
@gin-s
10/20/14 07:35:48AM
225 posts



I agree. It takes courage to talk about these issues. Sometimes we have to put ourselves out there to get help I have found. And it is hard to stay positive in the face of pain.

This is a great place to findhelp in making positive changes. I know from experience. Most of the people here(if not all)are kind and helpful. It is pretty rare that a problem comes up that no one can relate to. You are very much welcome here. And I hope some of this advice herewill help you.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/19/14 09:10:30AM
225 posts



I can understand. I stuggle with this as well. I push people away and seclude myself in the house. I have social anxiety so that makes it hard to socialize. Most people do not understand that I can't meet a whole group of new people at once. Even meeting one new person gives me a good dose of anxiety. If I could get them to come meet me one at a time it would help but no one understands that so they try to force big group eventsat me.

As for trying to become more positive, also something I struggle with. Iput up reminders around the house to try and keep me on track. Likea printed out poem or pictureon the wall reminding me to be positive and kind.I am working on learning to relax and let go. I thinkit will help if I can achieve that one day :)

Also I am dabbling in crystal healing and trying crystals so help with my negativity and anger. Citrine is a good one for absorbing negativity. I have been using a combo of citrine, rose quartz and unakite that past few days and I have felt in a better mood when I have them on.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/19/14 08:13:07AM
225 posts



Welcome to EC Jennie. Take it in a little at a time. This site has sooo much information on so many areas. I read a bit and then take a break to digest it and concider it. There are lots of great people here that have been a big help in my journey. This place is such a blessing and I'm sure you will find what you need here. Just take your time and try out what appeals to you.

The only selling here is mostly readings, a portion goes to keeping this site up and running for all of us so we don't have to paya fee like the other sites.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/12/14 10:25:16AM
225 posts

Who am I?


Empath

I feel like the normal one too and I use those exact words all the time."What is WRONG with you people?!"I think part of this might relate to common sense for me. I get frustrated with people who don't havecommon sense. Why can't you see what I see, or at least stop and think for a minute about things.

I can relate to feeling tired too. I feel like I have been doing this too long now. It is weirdbecause I was young when I started feeling like that. I hadn't had time to be tired of living yet. I do not have any recollections of living other lives. Though I decided to try braiding our onions this year and it felt like I had done it a lot of times before. That happens sometimes when I try things the old way. I don't drive and would much prefer a reliable old horse instead. That feels more comfortable and normal to me then driving around in speeding metal death traps especially with allthe drivers who put others at risk. Not that horses are totally safe but they dogive back to the earth instead of polluting it. This high speed technical age has it's good points but it is not comfortable for me. I do make full use of the internet in my research though. I am still tired but at least I have a goal and a purpose now somewhat.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/12/14 10:12:22AM
225 posts

Who am I?


Empath

Me too. I get along better with people older then myself. I prefer to do things the old way myself. I don't feel I am from another planet but from another time here, a simpler time. I just don't fit in this selfish, materialistic, high techtime. Even though I am only 34 and grew up with tech.

As far as reincarnation and christianity. I read that reincarnation used to be included in the bible but they decided to remove it. I believe it was around the 1500s they did that but I could be wrong. I used to think reincarnation did not exist because it wasn't in the bible. Now I am contemplating it and researching to form my own thoughts and opinions on it.

Gin S
@gin-s
10/07/14 07:39:32AM
225 posts



Hmm, you would think they would have stood you in front of a plain wall to take this. The objects in the background could be interfering. I have always wanted to get one of these done but I have no idea where to look in my area. That is really neat.


updated by @gin-s: 12/10/16 07:57:30PM
Gin S
@gin-s
10/07/14 07:25:42AM
225 posts

Are you an empath living with another empath?


Empath

I would suggest writing. If it is an emotional issue it helps me to write it. That way I can read it myself first and correct things before they are said. Also it allows you to adjust tone or words that might come across wrong. Whether you text, email or use plain old paper it helps to not have so many words to take back. It also gives the other person time to think and respond without the heat of the moment in the way as you would have in a face to face talk.

I have always felt like a mirror. I reflect back what emotions I get but amplified with my own. I absolutely understand what you are saying. The hard part is fixing it or getting control over it.

 
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