How to Not Take On Other People's Moods
Tap-alongs • 12m
Maybe you find yourself exhausted around certain people.
Or maybe your partner or loved one: when they are in a grumpy, negative, angry, or dysregulated state, you can't help but feel dragged down by their energy.
There's a difference between feeling empathy for someone going through a hard time and fully identifying with someone's pain to the point where it feels like YOU start suffering.
Try this sequence out if you find yourself wanting to maintain your mood no matter what might be happening in those around you.
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