What your finger shape says about you

HigherPerspectives.com

I found this incredibly accurate, so sharing! I’m an A… what are you?

Finger Shape

A Finger.

If you have an A finger, you tend to hid your feelings away. You act stronger and more independent than you are and construct an image for people to have of you. You tend to be fair and don’t like liars. You can be emotional but tend to lean toward kindness.

Your life is filled with laughter and you have a big heart, even if your outer shell is a little bit hard. You can also be a little bit eccentric from time to time.

B Finger.

If you have a B finger, you’re not exactly confident in yourself. You have trouble approaching people, especially strangers. You fall in love easily and are loyal, giving the important people in your life your full attention.

Even though you aren’t terribly outgoing, tenacious is your middle name. Once you set your mind to something, you do it without fear of failure or being hurt.

C Finger.

If you have a C finger, you’re the world’s angels. You are emotionally touched rather easily and let go of things that make you angry without hesitation. Unfairness is met with a severe reaction from you and you can come off a bit overbearing.

You’re the ultimate softie. You just want to save the world and make sure everyone has a good time.

(Source HigherPerspectives.com)

10 Signs You’re a Shaman & Don’t Know It

By Lissa Rankin

Shaman

As I feel indebted to the shamans who saw themselves in me and helped me understand why I have always felt like I don’t belong in mainstream medicine, the intention of this article is to respectfully honor the shamanic tradition, and not to violate it in any way.

Because modern culture doesn’t have a role for the shamanic archetype, many people who grow up outside indigenous villages are shamans and don’t know it. Many naturally wind up in overtly healing professions, such as medicine, psychology, or life coaching. But some wind up in professions where they may feel like they don’t fit in at all. Even those who enter the healing professions may feel out of place, because the systems of Western medicine and psychology leave little room for a shaman to practice his or her natural healing art. But many will wind up in various forms of sacred activism, healing the planet, for example, rather than healing people.

Are you a shaman and you don’t know it? Here are some telltale signs that you might fit the archetype.

1. You sense that you’re meant to participate in the global shift in consciousness that is currently underway.

We can all feel it, this impending shift that New Agers have talked about for decades. But those with the shamanic archetype don’t just feel it, they feel it pulling them, like a magnet, towards leadership positions that help facilitate this transformation of human consciousness and evolution of the species.

2. You’ve been through a difficult initiation, which has prepared you for this leadership role.

In indigenous cultures, the village knew who the shaman was because he or she was struck by lightning and survived. In modern culture, you may not literally be struck by lightning, but you may have survived some other life or heart-threatening ordeal. You may have experienced childhood abuse, sexual violence, a near-death experience, or some other trauma that put you through the crucible and forged you into the healing earth shaman you are becoming.

3. You are an introvert.

Shamans are multi-dimensional beings who dance between the realms of the seen and unseen worlds, so if you’re of the shamanic archetype, you may have a hard time navigating the 3D realms of this dimension, which may cause you to withdraw into yourself so you can visit the realms of consciousness where you feel most at home.

4. You feel most at home in nature.

The shamans of a culture are the bridges between nature and humans, serving as translators between the mountains, oceans, rivers, animals, and people. You may sense that nature is talking to you or that you get your most tuned in downloads when you are surrounded by the natural world.

5. You’re very sensitive.

You may feels things others don’t feel, see things others don’t see, hear things others don’t hear, smell things others don’t smell, and sense things others don’t sense. This may make it hard for you to be out in public, where you may feel accosted by over-stimulation of your senses. If you embody the shamanic archetype, it’s likely that you’re the kind of person others may feel is “too sensitive.” But this sensitivity is a blessing. It’s part of your gift.

6. You feel a sort of spiritual calling to ease the suffering of people, animals, and nature.

Many health care providers are called to medicine the way priests are called to the priesthood. But you don’t have to be a health care provider to have the shamanic archetype. It may transmute itself into healing service to animals, sacred activist causes, or conservation of Mother Earth.

7. Physical ailments that fall under the category of “shaman sickness.”

In the indigenous cultures, shamans who have been called to service but haven’t yet said “yes” to the call often wind up struck with physical ailments. In modern culture, these shamanic sicknesses may fall into difficult to treat categories like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme disease, chronic pain disorders, and autoimmune disorders. Acceptance of the call to shamanic service often resolves the symptoms of shaman sickness. If you’re suffering from one of these illnesses, ask yourself, “Am I a shaman who hasn’t said yes to my calling yet?”

8. You tend to have vivid dreams.

The unseen realm may be communicating with you through your dreams, so try analyzing your dreams. Pay particular attention to any animal totems that may appear in your dreams. Google search the animal and “spirit totem” and see if you can find any messages from the animals in your dreams. Or try a Jungian analysis, like the one described here.

9. You may discover unusual spiritual superpowers, or what the yogis call “siddhis.”

You might be psychic. You might get healing visions like the one in my previous post about the meeting of Western medicine and Shamanism. You might realize that you can heal people with your hands or that you can telepathically communicate with animals, people, or even inanimate objects.

10. You’ve always felt like you don’t quite belong anywhere, because you are a bridge.

Shamans tend to live on the outskirts of the village for a reason. They are not like the others – and this is a blessing! In village life, this is understood and recognized. But in the modern world, it may leave those with the shamanic archetype feeling like they don’t ever fit in. But don’t despair. You DO fit in. Your role is essential. You may find that you fit in best with others who share this shamanic archetype. Among your fellow shamans, you will feel like you are with family.

Embrace Your Bridge Work

Because shamans are always operating between worlds, you may find that you’re connecting mainstream culture and the culture that wants to be born in the new consciousness, and this may feel uncomfortable, as if you don’t quite fit in. When I realized that I am a bridge between mainstream medicine and the new world of medicine that is being co-created by others who share the shamanic archetype, it brought me such a profound sense of relief! This relief is shared by the health care providers who participate in the Whole Health Medicine Institute, which I founded for doctors and other stealth shamans. If you’re one of those bridge workers, please know that you belong with all the other stealth shamans in this program, designed to merge medicine and spirituality, and we’re enrolling for the 2016 class now.

In our culture, it can be quite challenging to be a stealth shaman. Yes, it’s a blessing to have the opportunity to help people end the story of separation, to dissolve the apparent duality into Oneness, to fulfill our callings to bring the worlds together, to heal people, animals, and the planet. But it can be lonely and disheartening and scary and isolating. I sense that many of us stealth shaman bridge workers have scores of past lives during which we were persecuted for our attempts to connect the worlds, so no matter how much we know in our hearts that we are all One and we DO belong, we have cellular memories of past traumas, during which we were literally killed because we refused to fit in. So it takes tremendous courage to come out of the spiritual closet as someone who embodies the shamanic archetype. In order to keep being brave, we need to feel safe. To feel safe, we need to foster a sense of belonging so we don’t feel isolated on top of feeling scared. In order to feel safe enough to keep bridging, we need each other.

Are you a shaman who is still in the closet? If so, please know that there are many of us, and we hold you close in our hearts while you muster up the moxie to claim your place in the world.

To begin embracing your purpose, please feel free to check out my new book The Anatomy Of A Calling. Click the link below to see if it’s for you:

http://theanatomyofacalling.com

Here’s to bridging the realms and healing our world!

Lissa

(ArticleSource thesacredscience.com)

The Recovery Hours of Human Body Organs the Biorhythm of Internal Organs

Via StyleIdea.org

Organ Healing

We all live in a cyclic universe. Everything around us repeats: minutes, hours, days, years, seasons, sleeping, breathing, heart beating. Life is made up of a whole range of cycles that create a real symphony. We add every day a brick to the wall of our lives. If we manage to properly maintain an inside and outside rhythm of us, the concert that we perform here on earth will be a long and melodic one. To manage this, we must know how to do it.

An important mechanism of the body is the daily biorhythm of the internal organs. About the biorhythm of the human body has been written quite a lot, but much less of the internal organs. Paungger Johanna and Thomas Poppe, in their book provide a detailed description of rhythm function of our internal organs.The authors assert that each organ of the body has a maximum activity of 2 hours a day, as follows:

  • gallbladder (23:00 – 1:00)
  • liver (1:00 – 3:00)
  • lungs (3:00 – 5:00)
  • intestine (5:00 – 7:00)
  • stomach (7:00 – 9:00)
  • spleen and pancreas (9:00 – 11:00)
  • heart (11:00 – 13:00)
  • small intestine (13:00 – 15:00)
  • bladder (15:00 – 17:00)
  • kidneys (17:00 – 19:00)
  • blood circulation (19:00 – 21:00)
  • and general energy accumulation takes place between 21:00 and 23:00.

Let`s try to analyze a day of our lives, from the authors` point of view!

Stomach, spleen, pancreas
It`s very important how we wake up in the morning. If we would watch how animals wake up in the morning, we would discover that they first stretch, starting the new day unhurried. Let`s take animals` example and try to quietly wake up in the morning, by giving ourselves several relaxation moments before starting any daily activity. Many of us wake up in the morning stressfully, with the fear that they don`t have time to do everything they proposed. It would be better to wake up a little bit earlier than we usually do, in order to feel the peace before the day that is just about to begin.

Between 7:00 and 9:00 the function of the stomach is at its maximum value, so you have to serve breakfast unhurried. We should also take into account the quality and quantity of food that we consume at this meal.

Between the hours 9:00 – 11:00 the spleen and the pancreas are intensively working, while the stomach is resting. In this time interval it is recommended not to eat food that`s hard to digest. The pancreas is the one that controls blood sugar. We should preferably not consume too many sweets not to force pancreas function. If the spleen isn`t correctly operating, it can disrupt blood platelets level.

Heart, small intestine
Between 11:00 and 13:00 the activity of the heart is at full capacity. During this period meals are not recommended that require additional energy consumption which would be taken from the necessary energy for the intensive activity of the heart.

The small intestine has an intense activity between 13:00 and 15:00. The authors say that it has been not often noticed that a part-time employee at work performs as much as a full-time employee. Why? Because of the low yield of the body after 1 pm (13:00), especially after a hearty lunch. The activity of the small intestine, with an important role in the digestion process, is guided by the autonomic nervous system which may be blocked or disturbed by stress or nervousness. For this reason it is recommended that lunch is taken in silence.

Between 15:00 and 17:00 is the period when the bladder performs at the maximum. The bladder has an important role in detoxifying the body, along with the kidneys. This can be accelerated by diuretic teas, which have maximum effects if drunk up to 19:00, because between 17:00 and 19:00 the kidneys are intensively functioning. If during this time interval you can enjoy a diuretic tea, alongside with a relaxing massage, it is possible to produce an even more efficient detoxification of the body.

After 19:00 o`clock, it is not recommended to drink too much liquids, before going to bed.

Blood circulation has an intense activity between 19:00 and 21:00. The authors say that if many parents have problems with the inability of children to go to sleep before 19:00, after this hour going to bed is even a worse war that is usually won by children. This doesn`t happen without a reason: between 19:00 and 21:00 the bloodstream works the best. During this period, the body and the spirit are thinking of something completely different from sleeping.

From 21:00 to 23:00 the intense accumulation of energy in the body is achieved. These two hours of energy recovery are called by Chinese, after a meridian of the body, the triple heater. Those who are sensitive to cold during this period and those who can`t sleep than in a warm room should not ignore this signal. Somewhere a physical or emotional imbalance has been created that needs attention. For many of us, these 2 hours are full of vitality. This is more prominent in young people who are thinking during this period to have fun, instead of going to sleep. Years in a row, many of us were imprinted that we should go to bed early in the evening because the body gets recovered during sleep by midnight. Perhaps these words are actually misinterpreting the idea that we accumulate intensive energy between the 2 hours.

Gallbladder and liver
Between 23:00 and 1:00 the gallbladder functions are intensively performed. This, contributing with its secretions to digestion, is an organ that, by its dysfunction, causes big problems for the entire body. Those who wake up frequently at night during this period must somehow ask themselves about the malfunction of the bladder or liver. Stress and consistent fried foods and fats in the evening prevent proper operation of the bladder. Moist and warm compresses applied to the liver area are beneficial during this time interval. Hot tea, drunk by sipping with 20 minutes before meal helps in activating bladder function. Radish juice is also helpful. The decongestion of the large intestine is of great importance, which unless naturally released can be done using enemas. During this time interval cold beverages and foods should be avoided as much as possible. If there are operating problems with the bladder or liver, work performed during the night is very harmful because the two organisms can`t recover.

We still have 6 hours of the night for the end of the operating cycle of internal organs during one day.

Thus, between 1:00 and 3:00 the liver works intensively. However, if its structure is damaged, it can recover in certain conditions, important being a resting sleep, along with the well warming of the body. The liver function suffers from enlarged toxicity of food, alcohol, nicotine, as well as stress. Keep in mind that alcohol and nicotine have a far more damaging effect between 1:00 and 5:00.

Between 3:00 and 5:00 in the morning it is time for the lungs to function intensively. Many smokers are coughing more in the morning because the lungs have been working all night long and now eliminate substances that shouldn`t be inside them.

Between 5:00 and 7:00 am, the large intestine has a maximum operation. Food remains approximately 2 hours in the small intestine, and even 20 hours in the large one. Thin content elimination indicates digestive problems in the small intestine, and constipation reveals an increased toxicity of the body.

Keep oldness away!
With this occasion, through the short trip to the hours of the day, we tried to present, with the help of the two authors, several aspects of our inner clock. The knowledge of these rhythms helps us trust our instincts and act properly to help the body functions. It`s very important that we don`t feel grown old with aging, because the good condition of the intellect and the strength to work and love considerably reduce aging. Let`s listen to our inner clock and try to adapt to its pace, crushing prejudice. There are people who have lived, by still creating at the age of 80 years. It`s better to respect them!

ArticleSource: StyleIdea.org

How to Protect Yourself from a Psychic Attack

Super good to know!  Unfortunately this stuff really does happen.  In fact, I had it happen to me even when I thought such things weren’t possible.  And let me assure you, ignorance was not my friend because it had some pretty devastating effects on my life.

So, here’s some great advice should you ever feel someone is energetically, mentally, or spiritually attacking you.  Plus, even if you aren’t under attack, all of the things listed below are great self-care things regardless.

Psychic Attack

Psychic Attack

Empath Problems – The Entire Truth of What It Feels Like to Feel Too Much

By Calleen Wilder

empath problems

Since this is currently affecting my life in a rather big way, I wanted to share this for everyone’s benefit… empath or not.

As I’ve stated on many occasions, being an empath is not a great thing, even though a lot of people seem to aspire to it.

What it boils down to though is this… I can feel what you feel.  I don’t just have empathy for you about your feelings. Instead, I feel them as if they were my own.  Now multiply that feeling by all of the people you encounter in any given day.  If you do, it doesn’t take long to see just how exhausting being an empath is.

And yes, when I do readings for people I can automatically attune to what’s bothering them, along with very quickly being able  to sense their present state of mind and emotions.  Reason is, this is what I do… automatically.  There is no shut-off.

So while this makes me incredibly accurate, it also takes quite a toll on me.  In fact, this is the reason I can’t do nearly as many readings as I used to… or even as I’d like to.  As I age so does my tolerance of being depleted.  It seems I have less energy at my disposal, equating to less energy to give.

Bottom line is, every encounter I have with another individual is energetically charged for me.  If they’re happy, so am I.  If not, well down the rabbit hole I go.

Most people who aren’t empaths really don’t get this.  They believe that because they have the ability to care about what someone feels, it means they’re empathic too.  But, it doesn’t.

Woman Dies And Comes Back To Life With This Incredible Message For Humanity [Video]

Doctors had given Anita Moorjani just hours to live when she arrived at the hospital in a coma on the morning of February 2nd, 2006… Unable to move as a result of the cancer that had ravaged her body for almost four years, Anita entered another dimension, where she experienced great clarity and understanding of her life and purpose here on earth.

She was given a choice of whether to return to life or not, and chose to return to life when she realized that “heaven” is a state and not a place. This subsequently resulted in a remarkable and complete recovery of her health.

Anita’s riveting talk will inspire you to transform your life by living more authentically, discovering your greatest passions, transcending your deepest fears, and living from a place of pure joy!

Her true story will radically alter your current beliefs about yourself, your purpose on earth, your health, your relationships, and your life!

Check the video below:

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19 Signs You’re Introverted, Not Shy

Via FactHacker.com

Introvert

Many people mistake being introverted for being shy. It is true that introverts can be shy, but that is not what defines them. Rather, introverts are people who are energized by being alone and become drained by being around other people without breaks.
Some introverts very much like the company of small groups of people they know. Still, introverts need to have their time alone to recharge.

Introverts are often misunderstood. While they love thinking and exploring their thoughts and feelings, they may come across as reclusive, shy or even depressed.

Introverts are in the minority, representing only 25 to 40% of the overall population, however, introverts comprise 60% of population with the highest IQs.

For an excellent explanation about introverts, be sure to read Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.

Below are 19 signs you are an introvert, not shy.

 

1. You are Creative

Introverts tend to be creative. They absorb the information they receive and create.

2. You’re a Great Listener and You Value Listening

Introverts tend to be great listeners. They hear what is said and take time to process it, rather than respond without thinking. They want to understand. They also tend to fully think through their ideas before sharing with others.

Introverts also really appreciate others who truly listen. Likewise, introverts can be annoyed by others that respond without thinking or that aren’t really listening.

3. You Enjoy Time Alone

Introverts don’t just enjoy time alone, they need it! You love to spend time by yourself in order to reenergize.

4. You Have a Small Group of Close Friends

Introverts like to have friendships, but they are more about having deep and close relationships with a select few, rather than multiple casual ties. Introverts make great friends because they are close with the ones they have.

5. You are a Great Judge Character

You are observant and you pick up on the way people are, including their non-verbals. Because of this you tend to be a great judge of character, observing the things that many other people initially miss.

6. You Come Across As Mysterious

You may feel like you are anything by mysterious, but because of your quiet and observant ways, you come across that way to others.

7. Parties, Dinners and Small Talk Drain You

Being in social situations where you have to be “on” can drain you. You may feel like you just ran a few miles when all you did was have a business dinner. Having multiple social engagements in the same week can leave you feeling burned out.

8. You Protect Your Personal Space

Your space is your sanctuary and so you guard if from others. You do not like others to encroach on your space or overstay their welcome.

9. You are Observant

You are a people-watcher and you notice things. You spend your time absorbing the information around you rather than talking and expressing. You see little details that others miss.

10. Crowds Stress You Out

Crowds are not a place where an introvert thrives. Crowds drain the introvert and can be quite uncomfortable.

11. You Think Before You Act

Because introverts are thinkers, we think before we act. You tend to make sound decisions because of this.

12. You are a Loyal

Introverts value friendships and relationships and become fiercely loyal to the people within their circle.

13. You Enjoy Solitary Activities

You not only don’t mind doing things alone, you love to do things alone.

14. Small Talk Feels Like a Waste of Time

Idle chatter is a source of annoyance and waste to you. This is not because you don’t like the person you’re speaking with or that you don’t care about them, rather it just feels wasteful and pointless.

15. You Don’t Like Answering Calls from Unknown Numbers

You see the number, you don’t recognize it and it creates an uncomfortable feeling.

16. You Get Distracted Easily

Extroverts tend to get bored, but introverts tend to get distracted easily. So many ideas! Likewise, they can easily get overwhelmed. So many books to read…

17. You Talk to Yourself, A Lot

You have a constant conversation with yourself inside your head. …And it’s captivating.

18. You Often Feel Relieved if Someone Cancels Plans

You’re off the hook. More time alone!

19. Meeting New People Is Not Exciting To You

It is not only not exciting to you to meet new people, it can sometimes feel awkward, overwhelming and draining. You are fine with just knowing the people you already know.

 

(Article Via FactHacker.com)

Empath Problems – What to Look Out For if You Feel Too Much!

Calleen Wilder

EmpathProblems

Over the years I’ve heard many people wish they were Empaths, but I never understood why.  Sure, for a time it might have seemed cool to be so “plugged in”.  But personally, of all the wonderful gifts I have this is the one I’d likely give back.

Now don’t get me wrong, I love being able to really understand what a person is feeling simply because it helps me relate.  It also quite obviously amps up my compassion for them to a level most, who aren’t empaths, can even begin to comprehend.  BUT… it also drains me.  And I mean drain as in not one ounce of energy left to do anything more than sit and stare blankly into space while I try to recharge.

Too, once drained you can’t recharge with people around… any people. Nope.  You have to be isolated and alone.  You also have to work to clear your mind, and heart, of whatever it was that drained you in the first place.  Then, you just have to allow your body time to regroup.

People nearly always get that you get them too.  They usually even feel lighter after having interacted with you.  I love this about it.  Problem is, a lot of people want to soak up your mercy.  To the point that they dip into your pool of caring as casually and carelessly as they dunk a piece of bread into gravy… just sopping up and absorbing all the goodness you have in you.  Many don’t care what it costs you as long as they get their “need for you” filled.

In the end, there really is such a thing as feeling too much.  There also really are energy vampires out there.  We empaths have to learn to recognize them, tune them out of our energy field as much as possible, and leave them in their stew.  We must learn how to walk away from them no matter how much we care about them.

Over the last year I’ve done a lot of pruning of people and situations from my life.  AND… that alone was exhausting.  I learned though.  I learned who brought energy to my life and who took it.  I mean there’s always an energy exchange between people… that’s what connecting is.  But you should leave a situation feeling at least as good as you did when you entered, even when hard things were discussed.

You see that’s how you know who contributes and who drains your life.  When there’s an equal exchange of energy between people, regardless of the topic of conversation, you don’t suffer like you do when there isn’t.  And yes, people who are good for you will sometimes be going through hard times and exhaust you.  That is to be expected.  Rather it’s the ones that drain you during almost any interaction that you need to be alerted to.  Because those are the ones you heal while they energetically harm you.

On the plus side, empaths can “connect” on a level many can’t.  Empaths can also read a room or gather impressions of people and situations in mere seconds.  AND… we’re almost always right about what we’ve perceived.  Reason being, we read the energy of the person or room versus the words or appearance of it.

So yes, it’s a blessing in many ways.  Too, I know I was given it for a reason so I do try hard not to beat it up too much.  Plus, it’s kept me safe in situations where if I didn’t have it really bad things would likely have happened.

All in all though, if you’re an empath you know exactly what I mean.  It’s such a blessing while also being such a curse.

It’s definitely something you have to learn how to work your entire life around.  It’s never in the “off” position either.  You can learn to mute it some.  You can learn ways to protect your energy.  Still, it is never not perceiving.  It’s also never not using your energy to do so.

We empaths are the healers, helpers, listeners, and true feelers amongst us.  Just realize, it’s a huge responsibility if you are one.  AND… you must tend to yourself if you’re to have any hope of living a happy, productive, and long life.   Just is.

Gift or curse?  Mixed bag I’d say.

4 TIPS FOR EMPATHS TO FEEL SECURE IN THEIR RELATIONSHIPS

By Thomas for SpiritScience.net

Empaths

It’s true that loneliness affects some more than others. However, to traditional medicine, it is not always clear why some are more susceptible than others.

Whatever the case, it is clear that some people desire romantic relationships yet continue to stay single. It could be that some of them are empaths who have the tendency to feel overwhelmed and fatigued in their close relationships to others.

Empathetic people are a unique subset of humans. Those who can easily intuit and even take on the energetic themes of others can very easily become overloaded and exhausted when encountering the intimacy of a close relationship.

EmpathsThey can feel taken over when not given the personal time to decompress, which is why they may both want close relationships while at the same time fear for their own safety.

Obviously, traditional coupling will not work for many empaths who feel this way. In order to succeed in love, empathetic people must assert their need for personal space much more than is common.

While with a mate it is not as extreme as the necessary physical space in public situations or with strangers, there may be times when the partner is confused by the feeling that intimacy is desired but the need for space must be granted.

The point is that intimacy can flourish for people who find themselves coupled in close relationships with empaths. The key is communication, particularly on the subject of personal comfort levels.

If you are an empath, here are some tips for you if you experience the issues outlined above.

Talk To Your Potential Partner

The right person will understand if you tell them that you are sensitive and need personal quiet time. If you are put down or otherwise disrespected, move on. If not, continue down this list.

How Do You Like To Sleep?

EmpathsMany empaths never become accustomed to sleeping the in the same bed as their partner. It’s not personal, but rather derived of necessity.

Tell your mate if you prefer to sleep alone, it is important that they know you need to sleep by yourself in order to get the all-important full night’s rest.

If your partner is considerate to you, though, be considerate to them if they get lonely sometimes and want you by their side. Strong relationships compromise.

Negotiate Your Physical Space Needs

EmpathsCohabitation can be a deal-breaker for many relationships, but for the empath this is even more pronounced.

Be clear with yourself and your partner about your required needs for breathing room.

You may find that it is absolutely vital to have your own studio, office, or even your own bedroom. This is often true when traveling together as well.

Take Personal Mini-Vacations

Empathetic people need private down time to prevent emotional overload, even if it’s for a period of minutes. That walk around the block or personal daycation can mean the difference between long-term love and broken hearts.

 

Article Source SpiritScience.net