The EmpathӪs Survival GuideӬ

The Empath’s Survival Guide”¨Judith Orloff

Judith Orloff, MD, in conversation with host Dawson Church on High Energy Health Radio

Recorded February 6, 2017

Are you unusually sensitive to emotions–both yours and those of others? Do you suspect you might be an empath? Do you believe that the problems of one of your family members might be due to them being an empath? In a heartfelt and deeply moving dialog, Dawson Church and Judith Orloff, MD, author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People, talk about some of the problems they had growing up as empaths in a world not designed for highly sensitive people. They share how they learned to create boundaries, careers, relationships, and lifestyles that allowed them to become successful despite their sensitivities. Among the topics covered in this interview are:

  • The difference between an empath and a highly sensitive person
  • Educating your family members about what it’s like to be an empath
  • Setting boundaries once you discover you’re an empath
  • The importance of grounding
  • What an empath needs changes every day
  • How to parent sensitive children
  • What overwhelm feels like to empaths
  • Mirror neurons wire your brain for empathy
  • Empaths have heightened dopamine sensitivity
  • Many empaths cope using drugs or food
  • Finally, they share the top survival strategies that allow empaths not just to survive, but thrive. They show how being an empath allows you to bring extraordinary healing gifts to people once you learn to navigate the world.

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