“Coming out the first time was hard enough,” JOE told me. “It was hard, telling my friends that I am an empath. It was awkward, and some of them just didn’t understand.”
Blog-Buddies, I don’t think I have ever written before on this topic. Let’s consider it now.
Is it necessary to “Come out” as an Empath?
Of course not. One in 20 people has been born as an empath. What does it mean, being an empath?
- A. That you’re hopelessly weird and freaky.
- B. That you have a sort of sensitivity disability, so now you require either special pampering or pity?
- C. That you have at least one significant gift for directly experiencing what it is like to be another person.