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 on: Today at 02:53:10 AM 
Started by plazmuh - Last post by plazmuh

Why Do Empaths Have Such a Strong Sense of Not Belonging?

Too many Empaths go through life feeling like they don’t belong. It’s as though they have been dumped in a reality that is not a fit for them… So why is that?

Even before we discover who we are, as Empaths, we can feel like a giant square peg trying to squeeze into a tiny hole.

We look around at those who glide through life, following the rules laid down by society, who appear contented with the way the system operates and who slot in with others effortlessly.
Even if they are unhappy, they never seem to question anything, nor find fault with ‘the way things work’. We may wonder why is it so easy for them to ‘fit in’ but not for us?

There are several reasons for this ‘sense of not belonging’ the Empath has; one of which being the way we ‘feel’.

Considering the main trait of an Empath is being able to feel as well as experience the emotions of others, you would think this would give us a greater connection to those around us… but that often isn’t the case.

We can tell when another is feeling nervous when one is angry or sad. We can feel when someone is being untruthful, or when they are pretending to be something they’re not, we can even pick up on others’ physical pain.

We may understand another by how they feel, but it doesn’t mean we like or accept their ways, and it doesn’t stop the sense of alienation we feel. The gift of the Empath is to feel both good and bad.

Granted, not everyone would consider the ability to experience every Tom, Dick and Harry’s emotional energy as a gift. In fact, some would say quite the opposite. But it is who we are and it is what we feel that sets us apart.
Most Empaths only come to discover who they are, as a Sensitive, after an intense awakening or by going through challenging times.

And because of this rude awakening, we may struggle to deal with our emotions and the emotions of others. We may take on too much and then, as a result, suffer from overwhelming, fatigue and a host of other strange anomalies.

Being around people is then not tolerated well and we need to spend more time alone. Which only further intensifies this ‘strong sense of not belonging.’

Although we can’t see it at the time, these dark trying times are like an initiation. They are meant to happen and they are meant to challenge us in the most hideous of ways… which also happens to set us further apart from the world.

As Empaths, we have to go through the dark to find the light. And what I mean by this is when we endure difficult times and work to change ourselves for the better, we become better people. Dark times are a precursor to change.

The good that comes to us in life is often the result of something bad happening.

But still, that doesn’t really answer the question of why so many Empaths feel like they don’t belong here…

Although we are all on a journey with our own lessons to learn, I believe we have the sense of not belonging as a way to prevent us from standing still.

We are meant to keep moving forward, we are meant to continue to learn (and unlearn), and seek out our own truth. And in searching for ‘our place’ in life, and a sense of belonging, it keeps us working towards bettering ourselves in every way.
We become stronger, healthier, our empathy increases and we eventually come to the point where we stop looking outside ourselves for answers and go within.

Society is constantly dictating to us, trying to tell us how to think, how we should be educated and what we need to make us happy. But what society tells us will make us happy really won’t and the Empath KNOWS that… Even if on the surface level they don’t yet realize.

We are not all supposed to look, think and feel the same. We are each unique (even as Empaths) and we are meant to have our own experience of discovery. But we are lied to all the time and made to feel insecure and insignificant.

It is hardly surprising then that, as Empaths, we feel like we don’t belong. We sense the hidden lies, and manipulation, all around us (which makes finding ‘our truth’ an even greater challenge). It is hard to feel right in a world where everything feels so wrong!

The strong sense of not belonging can even be attributed to us not belonging to ourselves…

There is, however, a silver lining, because the farther down this road we walk, the more sense the journey makes. As long as we keep working on yourself, keep believing in yourself, listen to our inner-voice and our own truth we will see it and come to understand the reason for all that we feel…

You may not fit in with the outside world but as long as you fit in with you, you will find your place and your sense of belonging (be true to yourself).

Source: gostica.com

Much Love

 on: Today at 01:58:48 AM 
Started by RedSteel - Last post by tunstall
That's the turning point for me. What absolute utter fucking shite football it is. No shape, players played out of position, out of form players keeping the shirt.

Do we think we are any further forward than a year ago, because we are on a slide.

Don't give this cunt  :tp3: a penny in the Transfer window, write this season off for a new project next season.

Why does Gibbo keep making mistake after mistake. He can seek a new owner and fuck off the useless cunt.

Rant over 

How did the hovering go mate?

 on: Today at 01:50:28 AM 
Started by Smalltown - Last post by tunstall
Who or what is a smalltown?


 on: Today at 01:49:50 AM 
Started by Pile - Last post by tunstall
On the plus side, the odds on us finishing in the top two have gone through the roof......lumped on

Bags of sand.......bangers and mash......etcetera etcetera.....

 on: Today at 01:18:38 AM 
Started by Smalltown - Last post by BoroPE
Give over ya gullible bastards. We all know it's not smalltown

Bourgeoisie.  :like:

 on: Today at 01:00:26 AM 
Started by jayjayb - Last post by Ural Quntz
TP was a risk in the sense that style would be sacrificed for promotion the ugly way....doesn't seem to have been worth the risk right now, but I haven't given up hope yet.

For me the blame should be heaped on the recruitment team - good money has been spunked up the wall time and time again....why the fuck Gibbo hasn't given them the boot I have no idea

For the record I am proud to have Gibbo as our chairman. Local lad and has backed the club and put us on the map....maybe he does need to sell up for us to move forward....but let's face it, we are a mediocre club with a not very big fan base....we have punched well and truly above our weight and the glory days are long gone....surviving in the chumps and possibly pushing for a play off place is just about right in terms of what we deserve

Lets not let realism enter the debate....


 on: Today at 12:58:24 AM 
Started by Pile - Last post by Ural Quntz
Seeing as you can’t be arsed I’ll tell you, we played shit hitting long ball after long ball. You’re the only person on here who can’t see how bad we are, I’m not sure if you’re blinkered or just don’t understand what you watch.

He does understand Pile, he just chooses to be a cock. Reading the comments on the gazette site, i couldn't find one positive for TP. 80 comments all slagging him off for the shit football

Worst fans in England in moaning to the Gazette shock!

 :wanker: :wanker:

 on: Today at 12:37:45 AM 
Started by LEON TROTSKY - Last post by TerryCochranesSocks
It’s £6 on the price of a holiday/ business trip etc.
Big fucking deal.
Charge them £20 to come here.
Then knock fuck out of them.


 on: Today at 12:35:13 AM 
Started by monkeyman - Last post by monkeyman

 on: Yesterday at 11:28:40 PM 
Started by MONTYBEERSON - Last post by Steboro
Liddle doesn’t buy any fucker a beer.  mcl

Doesnt Bray anyone either.  :alf:

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