Empath Self-Care Blueprint by Nick Trenton, Chapter by Chapter

Defend and claim your space, say no to people, and compensate for your unique sensitivities.

The world is noisy, intense, and exhausting. For some, it feels like they are wearing hearing aids and binoculars, unable to hide, recharge, or shelter. This is no way to live.

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Stop the feeling responsible for the emotions of everyone around you. Learn to say no and defend your own space.

The Empath Self-Care Blueprint is a book written for empaths by an empath. If you’ve ever felt too many emotional and sensory burdens and struggled to breathe, this is the book for you. This book provides a much-needed sense of relief; it will bring you the relaxation and peace you so desperately seek.

You’ll first learn what makes you different, how you perceive the world differently, and most importantly, how to live better and more happily. You’ll get a full blueprint about taking advantage of your gifts and also protecting yourself. Understand the double-edged sword that is the empath’s mind.

Tools for protecting yourself from sensory overload and exhaustion, and managing compassion fatigue.

Nick Trenton grew up in rural Illinois and is quite literally a farm boy. His best friend growing up was his trusty companion Leonard the dachshund. RIP Leonard. Eventually, he made it off the farm and obtained a BS in Economics, followed by an MA in Behavioral Psychology.

Practice self-care, self-protection, and learn to declare your boundaries and limits.

• Answer the question, “Why do I feel so intensely?”

• Differentiate between normal empathy, narcissists, introverts, highly sensitive people, and more.

• Learn to manage your energy as well as the people around you.

• Best practices for work, socializing, and even romance.

Make constant, everyday overwhelm a thing of the past. Stop feeling the weight of the world on your shoulders.

Face the world knowing that you are beautifully unique and that you can handle pressure without feeling the burden of too many emotions.