How to be a strong and empowered empath
How can you protect your own energy as an empath, distance yourself from narcissistic people, while managing your own expectations? What is it that you need and how can you provide that for yourself without wishing someone else can do this?
During an epiphany moment, while watching an episode of Oprah, Keely decided then she wanted to become a different person and better herself and her life. After many years of studying, while also working, she is now sharing her incredible knowledge, experience and insights with other women.
It was while Keeley was working in the prison service, she had a stark realisation about narcissistic individuals and the toxic relationships they create. From a personal perspective, this helped her in her own relationship but now she helps empathic people to understand how they contribute to unhealthy relationships and helps them take more responsibility, ownership and empowerment from having awareness around their own behaviour and the expectations they are projecting on to others.
- conserving and protecting energy if you're an empath
- being patient with ourselves while in a place of self-discovery
- chunking down our goals to prevent overwhelm
- how narcissists can take advantage of an empath energy
- looking at our own energy and the expectations we may hold
- how ego holds you back
- making conscious choices around giving and boundaries
- managing and being aware of our expectations
- the chasm of change
- moving on from resentment and anger.
Keeley Taverner is a British-Jamaican psychotherapist that started adulthood as a mother of two working as a cashier at Ikea while feeling trapped in an abusive relationship with a narcissist partner. Raised by her single mother on a London council estate where “schools housed us rather than engineer our minds for success”, she left school with no qualifications, prospects, ambition or self-belief.