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Self-Awareness: Pretending to Be Okay Is Not Okay

🗣️Anybody ever just talk at your head?

Many people are leaders but we don’t have to be leaders to be good listeners. Good listeners are energy attractive people. People who naturally make eye contact, smile, and are usually approachable…not always..usually. We all have our days of engaged solitude (enter caps, sunglasses and earplugs😎).

Ironically attractive people can simply do nothing and an associate/friend/stranger can just let it all out on them. If you’re an attractive person, you know what it is and what it feels like. From babies to the stranger on the bus, in the store aisle and so on; even animals just chill when they see you. There’s just something extra bright about an attractive person’s energy.

A question that energy attractive people ask is, “Why me?” And of course, everyone seems to know the universal answer, “Why not you?”

Think of that answer in any capacity in your life…in all your roles. Somebody wants your attention. And you have to set yourself up to listen to them as a listener, leader, provider.👂

To void just listening to people’s problems, and taking in excess energy (which can become a struggle for HSP and empathic persons) when someone comes to you, set the stage.

I advise my team often to set the tone of the conversation before they pick up the phone or conduct meetings, so not to overwhelm self in others energies.

But overall, I’ve done it and it has been done to me. We’re all pretty much riding on each other’s energies🫧

Ask them if they just want you to listen or do they want feedback. That way you know how much of yourself to give to the energy. Sometimes a conversation starts out simple, but can leave you feeling drained afterward-not always-sometimes.

We literally just all experienced a world event in which if we weren’t affected directly, we empathized with those who were. So we experienced sickness and lost with millions of other people! Whether we watched television or were in the room. And now we’re going into the next event, and there’ll be more mass events.

If we revive outlets, such as EAP and mental health day/week with very open eyes and open minds to listeners and providers, we can divert a mass “walk out”. The current “walkout” is identified as quiet-quitting, and is picking up speed. There are no symptoms, this is reaction-based behaviors – from people of all ages, races, and positions. We can’t call it annoying or redirect reactions for so long under the notion that because we take on titles, that the titles will shield us iron clad from very real energy glitches as a result of real world mass events. They can’t separate it right now the underserved world is still mourning. ☕

Being informed results from listening in nonjudgmental zones. Then providing as much regular empowerment support, whether professionally or personally, is one way to restart to build better and strong plateaus that people trust and want to be a part of. Be encouraged.👍#team #mentalhealthawareness


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