The Indigo List of How To Tell If You’re An Empath

I wrote in my blog only the other day about being an empath, I never expected to read another blog that would contain a list of how to tell you are an empath and find all but one fit me and really that one is only half a one, I don’t mind violence but I really can’t handle horror movies.

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Recently I have been guided to start writing a blog more focused on how to live and cope as an empathy Indigo. Honestly, I find it rather daunting and tiring to think about it. After thirty-nine years, I’m not even sure where to begin. So I started trying to research more on what an empath actually does, and mostly how to live with it. It’s not a survival skill that I have mastered at middle-age. So I shouldn’t be that surprised to find that there’s little help for empathy’s in books, audio, and on the internet. All of its generic “How to Tell if You’re an Empath in 7 Steps”. Ugh…. yeah, well…. I’m pretty sure what to look for:

1. Guilt laden… almost to the point of being convinced that you are Catholic. And if you are Catholic, you’re going to be harsher on yourself for the most mundane…

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. whocouldknowthen
    May 05, 2014 @ 03:45:21

    thanks for reflagging this engaging post, there is so little written about us empaths. and ty for liking my story as well, encouragement is always really appreciated.


    • Kate Spyder
      May 05, 2014 @ 06:38:39

      You are welcome. I enjoy your writing, your story particularly is very descriptive, the images very clear in my mind. Even though you didn’t describe how the boy felt at the very end, I could feel his devastation.

      I wrote a couple things about empaths one in particular about me and the other just something fun to hopefully help others understand. I came across that post only a day or so after writing what I wrote, and had to reblogg, the timing was interesting and the post even more so. Thanks for visiting.


      • whocouldknowthen
        May 05, 2014 @ 08:10:09

        Kate, i’ll be writing how the boy (me) feels in next week’s last installment, i actually found i had more that needed to be written, more than i originally remembered when i began writing this 2 part story.

        and ty so much for the links to your posts, i will read them sometime today.

      • Kate Spyder
        May 05, 2014 @ 08:41:12

        isn’t that how it always is with us writers? I’ve written about much of my life here, which you can find around those same posts. It is rather cathartic to write about past events that are most troublesome. I read one of your others which saddened me but also brought me joy for you took the same step I did in choosing not to pass along those things of our past. For that I commend you, Sir. Take care. Kate

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