Awareness and Communication Skills for Every Relationship
"It has been said that time heals all wounds. I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting it's sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens, but it is never gone." Rose Kennedy
Many people learn to hide their authentic feelings and put on a show for the outside world. If you are an empath, you likely can see past the emotions that a person is projecting to see the true emotions that are beneath the surface. Empaths can often experience empathy towards almost anyone or anything whether it is family, friends, co-workers, complete strangers, plants, animals, and even inanimate objects.
While compassion and understanding are great virtues to have, they can also be a source of difficulty for an empath. There are times when it is difficult to distinguish personal feelings from those of others, especially when it comes to pain and suffering. These two elements can be emotionally or physically demanding on someone who's empathetic. It is for this reason, empaths can become reclusive, as the world can be a quite a drain on their personal energy.
So is it fair to say that finding the right relationship partner is difficult? Empaths often have difficulties in relationships because of their enhanced sensitivities. The flip side of this is that they often form relationships with someone who takes advantages of those sensitivities. Does that happen to you?
The purpose of the information presented here is to simplify open up communication and create awareness for you and your partner. It is not about "changing" you or your partner, it is about simply developing an understanding and creating opportunities for growth. As an empath, it is likely that you cater to the needs of your partner, but does that go both ways? Would you like to change the dynamics a little? The idea here is to help you make your decisions "consciously", so that you are an actual partner rather than being taken advantage of.
Being a Conscious Partner does take a little effort. Just like anything though, once you learn the concepts and behaviors, it does become second nature. Best of all, relationship development can be fun! We can promise that there are no couches or yoga mats....just straight talk in a fun and relaxed environment. Let us show you how!