Hardcover, 392 pages
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Dr. Judith Orloff offers 365 days of self-care meditations, reflections, and journaling suggestions as daily inoculations against stress and overwhelm
Empaths have so much to offer as healers, creatives, friends, lovers, and innovators at work. Yet highly sensitive and empathic people often give too much at the expense of their own well-being?and end up absorbing the stress of others. “To stay healthy and happy,” writes Judith Orloff, MD, “you must be ready with daily self-care practices that work.” With Thriving as an Empath, Dr. Orloff provides an invaluable resource to help you protect yourself from the stresses of an overwhelming world and embrace the “gift of being different."
If you want daily tools to put into action, this book is for you. Building on the principles Dr. Orloff introduced in The Empath's Survival Guide, this book brings you daily self-care practices and support for becoming a compassionate, empowered empath, including:
Thriving as an Empath was created to help you grow and flourish without internalizing the emotions and pain of others. “These self-care techniques have been life-saving for me and my patients,” writes Dr. Orloff. “I feel so strongly about regular self-care because I want you to enjoy the extraordinary gifts of sensitivity?including an open heart, intuition, and an intimate connection with the natural world.”
Judith Orloff, MD, is a leading voice in the fields of medicine, psychiatry, and intuitive development and a New York Times bestselling author. A UCLA psychiatric clinical faculty member, her books include The Empath’s Survival Guide, Emotional Freedom, Positive Energy, Guide to Intuitive Healing, and Second Sight. The Empath’s Empowerment Journal is the companion to be used with her books. Find more inspiration at Dr. Orloff’s website drjudithorloff.com.
A true Empath is the caring person most people gravitate to when needing to feel better.
The premier authority on empaths presents a daily self-care journal created specifically for highly sensitive people.
What is the difference between having empathy and being an empath?
This valuable guide will help you understand what it means to be an empath, why you feel what you feel, and how to share the wonderful opportunities the gift of empathy offers you to heal yourself, those around you, and the world.