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Empath: The Ultimate Survival Guide for Highly Sensitive People - How to Stop Absorbing Others People's Pain and Protect Yourself

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Are you highly tuned and sensitive to the feelings of those around you?

Does this gift sometimes feel like more of a burden?

Would you like to learn ways in which you could make it easier to deal with?

Being an empath can feel like a curse. While some may believe that being able to sense the feelings of others is an ability to cherish it can come at a price, as empaths are inevitably unable to switch off from those feelings and so become inundated.

But there are ways to survive and ease the burden you carry and with this new book. Empath: The Ultimate Survival Guide for Highly Sensitive People, you can learn how to stop absorbing the pain of others through chapters on:

  • How to embrace your gift
  • What empaths are sensitive to
  • Handing psychic empathetic traits
  • Empaths in relationships and work
  • Overcoming your fears
  • How to stop other people’s pain
  • How meditation can help
  • And lots more

Being an empath shouldn’t mean that you take on the weight of everyone’s problems and this book strives to show you how you can relieve a lot of the pressure and save yourself from a lot of pain.

Get a copy today and start learning how you can survive being an empath now!

©2018 Brian Kern (P)2018 Brian Kern

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  • 13-01-19

I was disappointed

I thought that this book would be better than it was. I was disappointed in the quality of reading to the point that it became monotonous. The information provided seemed to be too much of a repeat of previous books and I really didn't learn anything new. If you are just starting on the journey of understanding what it means to be empathic, you may find the information very good.

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