12 Empath Overwhelm Triggers

Updated: Apr 14

As defined by the Cambridge Dictionary, an empath is ‘a person who has an unusually strong ability to feel other people's emotional or mental states.’

This has a lot of benefits. However, it can be a struggle to navigate the world as an empath. One of the most important lessons is to know that not everyone has this level of intuition when it comes to how others think and feel. When empaths realise this truth, it can be quite empowering. Some people just don’t have the capacity to think and feel the way you do, and that is OK.

Serving others is a life source for an empath. This is why their energy is really important, as energy is given freely. Sometimes, it’s given too freely. Because of this, empaths can get overwhelmed quite quickly, and replenishing energy levels isn’t as important as being able to serve others. Thus, depleting energy levels further.

This ringing any bells?

I have identified 12 overwhelm triggers for empaths. Acknowledging these will help you recognise when you need to adjust/refill your cup!

Being taken advantage of

Non-stop takers

Conflicts

Lack of authenticity

Bright lights

Violence

Energy ‘vampires’

Multitasking

Time pressure

Not enough alone time

Crowds

Loud noises

Remember empaths, always protect your energy so you can best serve yourself and others.



If you need support working on your own personal development journey I have a series of on-demand programmes that focus on the following areas:


If you need support working on your own personal development journey I have a series of on-demand programmes that focus on the following areas:


You will receive 4 weeks worth of workbooks that guide you through these areas with purpose and intention so you can overcome your blocks and barriers.



Click the link below to access the on-demand programmes to get started on your own personal development journey!



13 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All