Emmy the Empath by Anneli Rufus – Second instalment. February 20, 2015February 20, 2015Categories Coping with Empathy, Empath - Traits of, Empathy, Highly Sensitive Person, Highly sensitive person, HSP, HSPanneli rufus, emmy the empath7 Comments on Emmy the Empath by Anneli Rufus – Second instalment. A new chapter has been posted for the Emmy the Empath series. You can find it here. Enjoy! Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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It was a perfect story… Public transportations are the worst thing ever! I try to take classes that are not in the morning so at least I wouldn’t have to take a bus filled with people at 6am… My second biggest dream is to live near a beautiful beach and away from big cities..
Thank you for the great story!
Actually I wrote a piece called, “How Facebook Changed My Outlook On Life”. You might read it. Perhaps that’s how you found me haha…
Please feel free to link it here so others may read it 🙂
Thank you for following me. I just caught up with new followers on my own blog and you were one of them. I can totally relate to Emmy as I am an empath as well. Thanks for writing this gem. I truly appreciate it and look forward to reading more and delving into your blog. 🙂
Thanks. It’s not my work, but it’s a repost of someone who had a good handle on being an Empath. Well worth checking out 🙂
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I am so sensitive & tenderhearted who try level best to umderstand feelings,demands of others and by fufilling it feel satisfied. But noone cares about my feelings even those for whom i sacrificed everying are not ready to spend few minutes or speak few words. But everyone expect help in their misries. Now its ending point of my life that i think .without love, attachment i am feeling to pay homage to this beautiful world. Without mistake everyone expect from me to stop travelling in life-journey. Why? Dont know… I am ambituous but no ambition is yet fulfilled till the age of 33. Can u give me feeling of happiness?
Generally, we tend to judge ourselves by how other people treat and react to us. It’s wise not to let them define who you are and their reality.