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zelda33
@zelda33
10/23/16 12:31:56AM
4 posts

Empaths and Their Concept of Work


Empath

I also had been a public servant for around 15 years or so, plus worked at other lower paying jobs in between. Abusive clients and nasty, power hungry managers and co workers really got to me after a while. That, coupled with a marriage to a man who was sucking the very soul out of me, led to me having a nervous breakdown that lasted for years. So I firstly left my husband, and a year later, accepted a redundancy from work. I studied at tafe for quite a while after that, but eventually, could not even cope with that anymore; especially the work placements that we were required to do. I spend a lot of time by myself now, which I find very peaceful and healing. I have hobbies that I like to do, such as reading, writing, puzzles, knitting and crafts. I live with my 28 year old son, and my youngest, 18 year old son visits me whenever he can. My oldest, my 36 year old daughter who lives in another state, hasn't spoken to me for years, because according to her, I was a bad mother. I feel that the problem is more with her than it is with me. My 34 year old son is an ice addict, who can get quite verbally and physically violent when he's on ice, or coming down from it, so I have banned him from coming to my home until he has been drug free for at least a year. Being around him is exhausting.

zelda33
@zelda33
06/28/14 10:01:16PM
4 posts

Unintentionally giving energy away


Empath

Thankyou Cinda, I will definitely look into finding out more about shielding. I would like it to become an automatic reflex eventually.

zelda33
@zelda33
06/28/14 09:59:54PM
4 posts

Unintentionally giving energy away


Empath

I don't think my lower immunities were from "age". I was after all, only 30 when I had him. Though, as I had an 8 year old and a 5 year old who were both at school, fatigue certainly didn't help.

zelda33
@zelda33
06/25/14 11:22:32PM
4 posts

Unintentionally giving energy away


Empath

When I was 30, I had my third child, a boy. He was a bit different to my other two children. He had silky blonde curly hair, blonde eyelashes, and no apparent eyebrows. He was very angelic. Within just a few days, he'd caught nits from his sister, who caught them from an unfortunate girl at school, whose father never properly treated her nits. It was very nerve wracking trying to treat such a small baby for nits.

Soon after that, my daughter and older son both came down with a nasty flu. The baby caught it too. Unwittingly, I thought :"Please let my baby get better, even if it means that I will take over all the germs from him." Well, the baby was better within 3 days. But I was sick as a dog for a couple of weeks.

It didn't end there though, because shortly after that, for the whole duration that I breast fed him for ( a whole 13 months, before he would finally stop ), foods that I had previously been a little sensitive too, suddenly caused really nasty allergy symptoms in me. This took quite a few years to clear up.

I think it might have been because I had unwittingly let my baby not only take nourishment from me, but also drain a lot of my immunities.

This son is now 26, and I believe he is also an empath. Pretty much all of his friends drain him in one way or another, and don't give him much breathing space.


updated by @zelda33: 02/19/17 12:28:03AM