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My Story - Empathy Psychics

 

From a young age I'd always been told about psychics and had known I could see things, small things usually but other times big things. When I turned fourteen I'd known I had some mild psychic ability but never known what I truly am, an empath. I was surrounded by people who had varied emotional upheaval and throughout their times of need I supported them but slowly it became too much. I wanted to kill myself because that's how THEY FELT and it was not even my emotions destroying me. More signs began to appear, people would tell me things they've never told anyone else and I'd feel exactly how they were feeling, I couldn't go to shopping centres because I'd be overwhelmed with emotion and it tired me and I could tell if something was up with my friends. It drove me crazy. I couldn't block it out, I wanted to feel my own emotions again. A close friend researched my symptoms and confirmed what I thought, I was an empath. I'm beginning to make use of my gift, but is still frustrating. I just want to send a message to people like me, love yourself for who you are, as hard as it is. You have a gift; use it! It's hard to face everyone's pain and see things you don't want to, I know I hated myself for the gift, but, I found distractions and ways to channel it. Symptoms vary from person to person. Don't be embarrassed to face your talent. There a times all of people's emotions just are thrown at me and everything is screaming in my head. I feel like fading away to escape. Empaths at times become highly frustrated, I do all the time. Sometimes tuning out with music helps. My friends have been very supportive and try not to bombard me, but, still come to me for advice which means I'm using my gift well. Empathy is scary but beautiful.

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halfmoonbay (2 stories) (10 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-04-27)
Hi my name is Rosemarie, I'm 15 years old and I've just resently discovered that I am an Empath too. I would like some advice on how to tune it out and channel it. I can't talk to anyone about without them thinking I'm crazy and just being delusional. I can't talk to my parents about it because they do not believe in this kind of stuff. I need help more then ever right now. I have peoples feelings bombarding me and I don't like it very much sometimes. My mood changes everytime I go to a diffrent place. And being at school is the most stressful for me. I sometimes feel like dieing and running away. I get so depressed sometimes and I don't know why most of the time. So if you have any advise please help me. Thank you.
KaptainKrunch (1 stories) (15 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-03-23)
As soon as you reaqlize that they aren't your emotions it will get a lot better regardless of wheather you want it or not it is a gift and can be used for good I'd reccomend if you really don't want it I heard you could ask your spirit guide to tune it down. Also If you don't want to abbondon your gift then whenever you feel sad or angry take 30-40 seconds to sit down calm down and sort yourself out a little and think to yourself these are not mine. Every once in a while I will go out and suddenly feel really sad or angry but when I do I sit down and relax a bit I am not too empathic but I can pick up on excess anger or sadness.
RSterc (1 stories) (9 posts)
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7 years ago (2012-03-22)
Completely understand. I too am an empath, since childhood days. What I felt to be a curse when younger is now my gift at 51. I just had to learn to detox regularly through my meditation and used my Higher Power to protect me from the side affects of helping others. All is good. It's a gift!

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