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You also need to be kind to yourself by accepting yourself just as you are. If you have a daily self-reflective practice e. Similarly, so will a good relationship with your partner, a steady job, a good place to live and lack of trauma. Having a mentor, a good education and experience with personal development also helps. Conversely, if you are currently struggling with a disruption in your life, or if you have a particularly harsh inner critic that never stops nagging you and continuously puts you down, you will be more vulnerable to a vampire attack.
The other thing to consider is, what is your motivation for having this person in your life? If you are highly motivated e. However, if you put up with being drained just because you are too afraid to quit your job, then you are paying a very high price indeed for that fear. At first glance, energy vampires can seem highly attractive. They often are good-looking, bold, flamboyant or intelligent, and may appear to have a high opinion of you as indicated by their flattering attention.
I initially found this very confusing, as she had been a gifted intuitive whose guidance had been very helpful. She even tried to come between my daughters and me.
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But I saw the pattern. It was exactly how abusive men isolate their victims. So take a look at your own life. How many of your friends or, worse yet, family members, call you only when they want something or have a problem? Take notice of who calls you for advice, to complain, or to simply talk on and on while you listen. This is a pattern that went on for decades with me until it finally dawned on me that these individuals never called unless they wanted something.
My little inner child would get excited: Oh, goodie. They really care about me. The thin veneer of caring about me went away very quickly. With nothing given in return. Before we empaths realize what is happening and stop the behavior, we often find ourselves freely sharing our wisdom, time, and resources with those who call us during nights, weekends, and just about any time it is convenient for them.
And we fan the flames of their potential. And when they hang up the phone, we, at first—maybe for years—feel good about ourselves for being valuable to them. But over time, we find that they are not there for us. And nothing changes. They just wanted a hit of our energy, or a voice on the other end of the line telling them what they already know. Or else they want us to do something for them. Those who call and never change very often have a lot of drama in their lives.
They feed off it. And create it. Have you noticed that? I was recently visiting an old friend and we were talking about the friend who first introduced us decades ago. As we shared our stories about Joan, we both realized that each of us had spent hours and hours over the years listening to her dramas, trying to help her solve her problems.
But she never changed. She simply went from drama to drama while we tried to help her out financially and socially. Finally, we both saw the pattern and withdrew. Comparing notes was eye-opening. You too? Me too.