The Empath Lifestyle — Living a life of emotional slavery

An overly dramatic view of my emotional innermost thoughts, and why some consider me lacking in emotional intelligence

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Detaching oneself from an emotional connection with other humans is a sociopathic response. I learned this my freshman year of college, in Psychology 101.

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Freelance writer published in ALLUMINATION, Alternative Perspectives, Cultured, The Startup, as well as top writer in category of Politics and Politica.

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Libby Winkler

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Freelance writer published in ALLUMINATION, Alternative Perspectives, Cultured, The Startup, as well as top writer in category of Politics and Politica.

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