The reason isn’t simply that “there aren’t enough emotionally available people ‘out there,’” nor is their burnout “neurotic.” Personally and professionally, I’ve discovered that something more is going on.In “Emotional Freedom” I describe empaths as a species unto themselves.I spend my day surrounded by people in relationships.And no hate against them, but I kind of feel like a reject. Plain wrong for not doing what everyone else is doing. Instead, I sat cross-legged on my bed and looked out the window. I noticed I was hungry and thought about making a meal.Last night after work, I went to the gym with two of my co-workers. “Jake* likes when I do this one thing to his butt …”I don’t have a boyfriend. I threw my backpack on the floor, lit some candles and crawled into bed.We were gabbing about girl stuff while we warmed up.“I need to get my legs strong for cowgirl sex! I’m also currently not having sex, so I figured I should stay out of the conversation. So with nothing to contribute to the guy talk, I chose to focus more on perfecting my burpee form. There was a joint on my windowsill, rolled and ready to go, and I’d been waiting all day to smoke it. Three puffs in, I was already too in my head to pay attention to the episode of “The Office” blaring in the background, so I just kind of sat there dwelling.
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