Why You Need Your Own Copy of Empath’s Survival Guide by Judith Orloff

Many people prefer to get books from the library instead of buying a copy and I get that. But there are some books that you just need to buy a copy. This is one that I had to have my own copy and today’s reviewer feels the same way. I invite you to check out her review to see why she feels that way.

Just a small excerpt –

I’m a big fan of borrowing books from my local library. My philosophy is, “Why buy a book when you can just borrow it and return it?” It saves money, and more importantly, it frees up precious space in your bookcase.

But Dr. Judith Orloff’s book, “The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People” is one book that you’ll want to own and refer back to again and again. It’s a valuable resource for anyone who gets overwhelmed by living in our high-stimulus world.

Visit her website to read much more – http://liztobin.com/empaths-survival-guide/

The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People

By Dr Judith Orloff

What is the difference between having empathy and being an empath? “Having empathy means our heart goes out to another person in joy or pain,” says Dr. Judith Orloff. “But for empaths it goes much further. We actually feel others’ emotions, energy, and physical symptoms in our own bodies, without the usual defenses that most people have.” The Empath’s Survival Guide is an invaluable resource for empaths and anyone who wants to nurture their empathy and develop coping skills in our high-stimulus world—while fully embracing their gifts of intuition, compassion, creativity, and spiritual connection.

This practical, empowering, and loving book was created to support empaths through their unique challenges and help loved ones better understand the empath’s needs and gifts. Dr. Orloff offers crucial practices, including:

• Exercises to help you identify your empath type and where you are on the empathy spectrum
• Tools for protecting yourself from sensory overload, exhaustion, addictions, and compassion fatigue while replenishing your vital energy
• Simple, effective strategies to stop absorbing stress and physical symptoms from others and protect yourself from narcissists and other energy vampires
• How to find the right work that feeds you
• How to navigate intimate relationships without feeling overwhelmed
• Guidance for parenting and raising empathic children
• Awakening the empath’s gift of intuition and deepening your spiritual connection to all living beings

For any sensitive person who’s been told to “grow a thick skin,” here is a lifelong guide for staying fully open while building resilience, exploring your gifts of depth and compassion, and feeling welcome and valued by a world that desperately needs what you have to offer.

Judith Orloff, MD Author of Empath's Survival GuideAbout Judith Orloff, MD

Judith Orloff, MD is author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People. Dr. Orloff is a psychiatrist, an empath, and is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality. Dr. Orloff also specializes in treating empaths and highly sensitive people in her private practice. Dr. Orloff’s work has been featured on The Today Show, CNN, the Oprah Magazine and USA Today. She is a New York Times best-selling author of Emotional Freedom. To learn more about Dr. Orloff’s free empath support newsletter as well as her books and workshop schedule, visit her www.drjudithorloff.com

She has a Facebook Empath Support Community (over 8K empaths) that people can join here  https://www.facebook.com/groups/929510143757438/

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Do You Get Exhausted in Crowds

Today I want to share a review/article on Diane Drehrer’s Psychology Today blog. If you would like to review this book and share your review – get more details below. Getting exhausted in crowds is just one example that Drehrer shares in her article. She shares a number of interesting “red flags” to look for in your individual lives to see if you may be an empath or a hyper sensitive person. If you are – you need to read this book and take the information to heart. Being an empath can be a gift, but you need to learn how to manage and arrange your life to work WITH your surroundings instead of your surroundings overwhelming you.

Visit his link for much more information – https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-personal-renaissance/201708/do-you-get-exhausted-in-crowds 

Below are some details about Judith Orloff and The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People.

The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People

By Dr Judith Orloff

What is the difference between having empathy and being an empath? “Having empathy means our heart goes out to another person in joy or pain,” says Dr. Judith Orloff. “But for empaths it goes much further. We actually feel others’ emotions, energy, and physical symptoms in our own bodies, without the usual defenses that most people have.” The Empath’s Survival Guide is an invaluable resource for empaths and anyone who wants to nurture their empathy and develop coping skills in our high-stimulus world—while fully embracing their gifts of intuition, compassion, creativity, and spiritual connection.

This practical, empowering, and loving book was created to support empaths through their unique challenges and help loved ones better understand the empath’s needs and gifts. Dr. Orloff offers crucial practices, including:

• Exercises to help you identify your empath type and where you are on the empathy spectrum
• Tools for protecting yourself from sensory overload, exhaustion, addictions, and compassion fatigue while replenishing your vital energy
• Simple, effective strategies to stop absorbing stress and physical symptoms from others and protect yourself from narcissists and other energy vampires
• How to find the right work that feeds you
• How to navigate intimate relationships without feeling overwhelmed
• Guidance for parenting and raising empathic children
• Awakening the empath’s gift of intuition and deepening your spiritual connection to all living beings

For any sensitive person who’s been told to “grow a thick skin,” here is a lifelong guide for staying fully open while building resilience, exploring yourJudith Orloff, MD Author of Empath's Survival Guide gifts of depth and compassion, and feeling welcome and valued by a world that desperately needs what you have to offer.

About Judith Orloff, MD

Judith Orloff, MD is author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People. Dr. Orloff is a psychiatrist, an empath, and is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality. Dr. Orloff also specializes in treating empaths and highly sensitive people in her private practice. Dr. Orloff’s work has been featured on The Today Show, CNN, the Oprah Magazine and USA Today. She is a New York Times best-selling author of Emotional Freedom. To learn more about Dr. Orloff’s free empath support newsletter as well as her books and workshop schedule, visit her www.drjudithorloff.com

She has a Facebook Empath Support Community (over 8K empaths) that people can join here  https://www.facebook.com/groups/929510143757438/

 

We are reaching out to people with blogs to coordinate reviews for Dr Judith Orloff’s new book The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People.  We’re looking for people who have a website and will share their review on their blog. If you would be interested in reading the book and posting a review on Amazon and Barnes and Noble – email me at nikki@nikkileigh.com.

Empath Survival and More

Throughout the month we will share links to reviews for Judith Orloff’s book The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive PeopleToday let’s take a look at the review shared by Nancy Crowe (she is a writer, editor and a healing arts practitioner).  You can read her full review on her blog at https://njcrowewordandspirit.wordpress.com/2017/08/08/empath-survival-and-more/

Here is some information about Judith Orloff and The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People.

The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People

By Dr Judith Orloff

What is the difference between having empathy and being an empath? “Having empathy means our heart goes out to another person in joy or pain,” says Dr. Judith Orloff. “But for empaths it goes much further. We actually feel others’ emotions, energy, and physical symptoms in our own bodies, without the usual defenses that most people have.” The Empath’s Survival Guide is an invaluable resource for empaths and anyone who wants to nurture their empathy and develop coping skills in our high-stimulus world—while fully embracing their gifts of intuition, compassion, creativity, and spiritual connection.

This practical, empowering, and loving book was created to support empaths through their unique challenges and help loved ones better understand the empath’s needs and gifts. Dr. Orloff offers crucial practices, including:

• Exercises to help you identify your empath type and where you are on the empathy spectrum
• Tools for protecting yourself from sensory overload, exhaustion, addictions, and compassion fatigue while replenishing your vital energy
• Simple, effective strategies to stop absorbing stress and physical symptoms from others and protect yourself from narcissists and other energy vampires
• How to find the right work that feeds you
• How to navigate intimate relationships without feeling overwhelmed
• Guidance for parenting and raising empathic children
• Awakening the empath’s gift of intuition and deepening your spiritual connection to all living beings

For any sensitive person who’s been told to “grow a thick skin,” here is a lifelong guide for staying fully open while building resilience, exploring yourJudith Orloff, MD Author of Empath's Survival Guide gifts of depth and compassion, and feeling welcome and valued by a world that desperately needs what you have to offer.

About Judith Orloff, MD

Judith Orloff, MD is author of The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People. Dr. Orloff is a psychiatrist, an empath, and is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty. She synthesizes the pearls of traditional medicine with cutting edge knowledge of intuition, energy, and spirituality. Dr. Orloff also specializes in treating empaths and highly sensitive people in her private practice. Dr. Orloff’s work has been featured on The Today Show, CNN, the Oprah Magazine and USA Today. She is a New York Times best-selling author of Emotional Freedom. To learn more about Dr. Orloff’s free empath support newsletter as well as her books and workshop schedule, visit her www.drjudithorloff.com

She has a Facebook Empath Support Community (over 8K empaths) that people can join here  https://www.facebook.com/groups/929510143757438/

 

We are reaching out to people with blogs to coordinate reviews for Dr Judith Orloff’s new book The Empath’s Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People.  We’re looking for people who have a website and will share their review on their blog. If you would be interested in reading the book and posting a review on Amazon and Barnes and Noble – email me at nikki@nikkileigh.com.

A review for The Brain Sucker by Glenn Wood

Greg Pattridge shares his review for The Brain Sucker by Glenn Wood, on his Always in the Middle blog – http://gpattridge.com/2015/09/14/the-brain-sucker-for-marvelous-middle-grade-monday/

For more information about The Brain Sucker by Glenn Wood, visit his website http://www.glennwoodauthor.com and you can get a copy of the book at http://www.amazon.com/Brain-Sucker-Thunderkit-Chronicles/dp/1512161624/

Journey to Publish a Book in Multiple Countries

Robert Kent from the Middle Grade Ninja blog, shares a guest post by Glenn Wood about his publishing journey for The Brain Sucker which started in New Zealand and brought him to North America to release the book in the US and Canada. It will be posted on http://www.middlegradeninja.com/2015/09/guest-post-hybrid-publishing-middle.html

For more information about The Brain Sucker by Glenn Wood, visit his website http://www.glennwoodauthor.com and you can get a copy of the book at http://www.amazon.com/Brain-Sucker-Thunderkit-Chronicles/dp/1512161624/

The Brain Sucker by Glenn Wood

Meet Judy Marie Trimbur

Beginning in early May 2014, Judy Marie Trimbur will be touring cyber space to share information about her new book She Thought She Could She Did. It is an inspiring personal memoir – read on for more details about Judy Marie and her book…

Judy Marie Trimbur was twenty-eight years old when she first heard The Voice say, “Judy, no more!” She was about to sign a permission form for a third back surgery when she dropped the pen, left the doctor’s office, and threw out her pain medication forever. Two days later she visited an iridologist who sent her home with medicinal herbal supplements. The powerful healing properties contained in the herbs soon sparked a permanent transformation. The people at Mind Lab Pro couldn’t believe how well she did, she couldn’t fathom it then, but she had begun a journey not just to heal herself but to heal others. Within six months, her back was completely healed as was her rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, diverticulitis, chronic constipation, and Epstein-Barr symptoms. She had also lost sixty pounds!

SHE THOUGHT SHE COULD SHE DID A Miraculous Journey of Healing is the inspirational story of a woman who heard she would be in a wheelchair by the age of thirty yet listened to the Divine to find healing instead. Riddled with a degenerative bone condition and other debilitating illnesses since childhood, the author chose to ignore the doctors who said there wasn’t much further help they could offer. She faced the label of ‘crazy’ in her childhood and again later in life when seeking treatment through natural means. Judy Marie pressed forward, and eventually came to understood that her emotional and mental problems were the original source for her physical ailments, that there is a mind-body connection, and that to be totally healed she would need to mend her soul—her spiritual self.

Although her diseases above healed quickly, their causes took much longer to bubble to the surface and dissipate. This explains why after almost three decades of being a gifted natural healer and provider of herbal products, Judy Marie believes she contracted what she calls her breast cancer condition. Diagnosed through traditional methods, her tumor was nonetheless eradicated through extensive emotional and physical cleansing—not by the normal surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation.

Perhaps Judy Marie needed to wait for this final episode to reveal her story to the world through writing SHE THOUGHT SHE COULD SHE DID At fifty-five years “young” she feels she has come full circle from a fledgling healer of others to a brave soul unafraid of cynicism and criticism. She knows that through prayer, herbs, ancient remedies, and changes in their diets, she was instrumental in healing her three young children—one from Grand Mal seizures, another from asthma and ADD, and the third from death’s door due to a severe reaction to her DTP vaccinations.

Not only did Judy heal herself physically, emotionally, and spiritually, and become a healer of others using herbs and sometimes what can only be described as mystical methods, she pulled herself out of poverty, providing for her children and their education, buying her own home in Colorado.

Through it all, she has sought out practices and teachers in the natural healing domain as well as the Native American realm. She has built Judy Marie’s Miracles of Health business platform (www.miraclesofhealth.com) on years of formulating her own herbal dietary supplements and products that sell to customers, retailers and wholesalers, around the globe. Along with client consultations, she speaks and teaches on a regular basis and her social media following is rapidly gaining momentum.

To Judy Marie Trimbur, writing and selling SHE THOUGHT SHE COULD SHE DID will simply be a natural extension of what she calls her service to the universe—healing her world, healing our world. On her journey, she has met many influential authors and speakers including Alan Cohen, Hans Christian King, Dr. Wayne Dyer and current bestselling author Anita Moorjani (Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing).

Like the above well-read authors, Judy knows she has more than one book to share with her audience, mainly women of all ages who are her current customers and attend her health seminars. Future titles include: A Mother’s LoveHerbs Are Our FriendsHealing Root Causes, Healthier Than Ever, and Ancient Natural Remedies.  She discovered these genuine possibilities while working on this book and proposal, realizing that she had much more to relay through the written word than her personal story of healing and becoming a healer.

Although basically an inspirational memoir, SHE THOUGHT SHE COULD SHE DID is different from other books in its genre. It not only goes into detail about the author’s own healing journey and healing gifts, it shows the reader that Judy Marie  has continued to heal herself, most recently from her breast cancer condition and codependent relationships, and is strong and healthy almost thirty years since she first heard The Voice in that doctor’s office. She is literally a walking testament to praying for help, knowing it will come, and then embracing it when it does.

She Thought She Could She Did - Judy Marie TrimburABOUT THE BOOK

SHE THOUGHT SHE COULD SHE DID A Miraculous Journey of Healing is a natural outpouring of Judy Marie Trimbur’s life and business. More than a memoir, it covers stages of her growth as a person and a healer as well as giving some practical applications for the reader. The book includes stories of the divine path opening up through pain, which presents opportunities for healing.   There are twelve chapters, each chapter providing an exercise and lesson at the end meant to serve as a catalyst for the reader on their own path of healing.

The book dives right into Judy Marie’s first physical healings through herbs and other methods, and the beginnings of her emotional healing.  From health challenges to relationship problems, financial difficulties, and a search for answers through religions, into finally following her own path to health, happiness, and wholeness.  The first four chapters are:

  • The Voice
  • Are You Crazy
  • There is Always a Reason
  • Remembering Me

This includes the author’s powerful resolve that has kept her moving forward despite some overwhelming difficulties—to never give up, choosing health and life over pain and premature death.

The memoir also contains stories about Judy Marie healing others, such as her adopted Hopi mother and her three children, and details the author’s development as a healer—how she discovered her healing gifts, how herbs play an important role, which teachers have enlightened her, what methods she has learned, and why everyone has the potential to heal. These chapter titles are:

  • My First Healer
  • Starving to Death/Starving to Heal
  • Teachers
  • The Greatest Something You Can Ever Do

The author’s work philosophy is that whether she is blessing the herbs or writing this book, each action equals the other. They all have the same aim—to serve self, humanity, and the universe.

The story not only delves deeper into Judy’s beliefs about her purpose as a healer but the purpose of each person who seeks healing. Judy uses personal stories to expound on caring for herself physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She also provides the reader with self-care lists and suggestions.  This can be seen in the following chapters:

  • If There’s A Will There’s a Way
  • Listening to Spirit, Following the Heart
  • Peeling Potatoes
  • A Divine Healing

The book also echoes a belief held by many in these end times that those who seek personal healing for themselves and others—both body and soul—are actually helping to heal Mother Earth.

ABOUT THE AUTHORJudy Marie Trimbur

Judy Marie Trimbur is the president and co-founder of Judy Marie’s Miracles of Health, Inc. (www.miraclesofhealth.com), a dietary supplement company based in Loveland, Colorado.  Her passion to provide the highest quality herbal products and teach principles of health and healing began almost thirty years ago when she herself suffered from many conditions for which she found no relief in the medical community.

On her journey as a holistic health practitioner, she studied under several teachers and earned many certificates, including ones in Iridology and Herbology from Dr. Bernard Jensen, and Aromatherapy, Massage, and Healthcare from the Chopra Center for Wellbeing. She also trained in therapeutic massage, reflexology, kinesiology, and Shamanistic and Native American teachings.

Along with healing the body, Judy Marie strongly believes in healing the mind—that the two are intrinsically intertwined—having experienced this connection personally on several occasions, the last time with what she calls her breast cancer incident. Her clients and customers as far away as India and Australia benefit greatly from her company’s all-natural formulas and her nutritional and spiritual counseling through consultations, seminars, newsletters, blogs, podcasts, and her commitment to giving back to the world what she herself has received.

 

You Are Good At Your Job – Does That Mean You Should be a Manager

Share a guest post by Gordon Tredgold which discusses whether a person who is good at their job, Leadership-Its a Marathon Not a Sprintis qualified to be a manager. You can also get more details about his new book – Leadership: It’s a Marathon Not a Sprint  http://wp.me/p3B30C-AD 

Gordon Tredgold is the author of Leadership: It’s a Marathon Not a Sprint. Learn more about him at http://www.leadership-principles.com/en/ and about his book at http://amzn.to/1fW2lmX

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