Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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Judith Orloff M.D.
Research shows that we can catch each other’s emotions through “emotional contagion.” Learn how you can avoid taking on coworkers' stress.
How medication affects empaths and sensitive people is more intense than you may think. Read insights from "The Empath's Survival Guide" for strategies to navigate these effects.
Empaths often become overwhelmed by excessive stimulation and are prone to exhaustion and sensory overload. Learn five protection tips.
Sexual empaths are highly sensitive during lovemaking (and flirting too). They can pick up a partner’s energy even more than other empaths can.
Too much togetherness always seemed overwhelming to me.
Empaths have strengths that are wonderful to develop. Bring them out fully with these 5 steps.
Thrive in a healthy and happy work environment by creating a sacred space at work.
Communication is vital when it comes to expressing intense emotions. Knowing the difference between venting and dumping is a positive start to having clarity in your relationships.
Learn to set healthy boundaries with those who drain you to protect your sensitivities and enhance your well-being.
Why do people become empaths? As a psychiatrist and an empath, I’ve seen that there are four main factors that can contribute to heightening one's sensitivities.
Learn the difference between empaths and highly sensitive people with Dr. Judith Orloff.
Empath children are precious beings. No matter where your child is on this spectrum, he or she would benefit from being taught to honor his or her specific sensitivities.
An empath absorbs the emotions of other people into their own bodies. Learn nine strategies to cure emotional hangovers.
Embrace your keen attainment to the natural world and Earth's changes.
Learn some of the best and worst careers for Empaths
As a psychiatrist and an empath, I am fascinated by how the phenomenon of empathy works. I feel passionately that empathy is the medicine the world needs right now.
Judith Orloff, M.D., is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA and the author of The Empath's Survival Guide.