If You Notice THESE 10 Things Then You’re In The Presence Of An Empath (#7 Is A Shocker!)


Empaths notice a lot of things around them, but now you can notice some interesting things about them too.  

Has a complete stranger ever opened up to you? Pouring their heart out? This is no accident. Empaths have a special magnetism that draws people to them. They will open up to you not knowing why, unleashing a river of emotions. We shouldn’t judge them for this, rather comfort them.

I’ve had so many experiences with empaths, that I can’t even count how many times this has happened to me. How about you?

According to Marshall Rosenberg, the author of Non-Violent Communication, empathy is characterized by talking with the body such as the eyes, as opposed to talking with words. Empathy is when someone feels a connection with the feelings that are going on inside you.

10 Signs To Notice An Empath

1. They are “too sensitive”

A common misconception is that empaths are “too” this or “too” that — too emotional, too sensitive, too everything. But the truth is that they are just being in touch with both their emotions and yours.

2. They hate dishonesty

All they need to do is simply look into your eyes and know that you’re lying. Of course everyone resents dishonestly, but empaths REALLY hate this to a whole new level.

3. Negative images affect them

They can never “unfeel” something once they’ve felt it, no matter how much the negativity. They hate stories about violence, catastrophes and heartbreak whenever they see it on social media.

4.  Crowds overwhelm them

Literally all personality types can be empaths, like introverts, extroverts and ambiverts. But even the most socially outgoing types can feel overwhelmed in big crowds simply because they absorb so much of the energy around them which can be very exhausting to say the least.

5. They love to heal

Empaths love to give advice to you which will guide you towards healing. But the healing only happens if you truly implement the tips they’ve given you.


6. They know what you’re going through because they’re going through it too

If you’re feeling sick or depressed, an empath feels the same way. Or if you’re feeling anxious, they are experiencing the exact same anxiety. Their ability to feel and sense you’re every emotion connects them with you, especially if they care about you.

7. Electronics act weird around them

This may sound shocking and stupid, but empaths claim this happens often. They can get shocked by touching objects that don’t shock other normal people. Electronics and electronic equipment tends to act strange on them. A phone of an empath can die even though it’s fully charged or is currently charging. Also, it’s common for their car to stall, computer screen to glitch and light bulbs to explode in their presence.

8. They are overly sensitive to certain sounds

Certain buzzes and pitches can affect an empath deeply. Not only that, but they can distract them considerably. They are also sensitive to certain textures, materials and also bright lights. What they love are gentle, soothing sounds and delicate tastes.

9. They are often tired

Empaths not only have to deal with their own personal emotions and issues, but also with other people’s too. This is a mentally draining process that causes them to often be worn-out, tired and exhausted. There are however some lucky empaths that have learned to “release” the overflow of energy and prevent themselves from mental drainage.

10. They can spot a narcissist from a mile away

Empaths dislike narcissists so much that they can spot them from a mile away –  and that’s the closest they get to them! This doesn’t shock me at all.

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  1. I am an empath and it’s been years that I realized that. I’ve embraced many ways to prevent my energy from getting drained. It’s great to read such articles. Thank you 💖

    1. I’m a precognitive Empath & I just found out last year. Haven’t learn much of anything yet, except how I know things will happen & nothing to go by. I’m so tired, some days, I can barely get out of bed. My sleep is being evaluated whatever that means??

  2. Being an Empath is so tiring. You walk into a room and the emotions are so overwhelming. I have been told recently in fact I am moody. How in the world do you explain What you feel everytime you walk into a room?

  3. I experience all 10 of these I knew this for years since I was very little a lot of people tell me your so sensitive I am always telling my husband to turn down the tv not that that is unusual it is certain sounds that affect me I
    could go on and on.

      1. I would say me too especially the electronics. I can make them work or not work at will now. Also the noises they really bother me because I usually hear buzzing static and can’t hear or feel the other energies around, to distracting. I’m also advanced in astral travel, precog dreams & visions. Would like to connect with others with same abilities.

  4. Ummm the one about narcissists is a learned skill, empaths naturally attract narcissist and can suffer from a pattern of abusive relationships with narcissists as partners friends even bosses, the key is once you k ow you’re an empath then you will be able to detect the lies as they are told to you so you don’t get surprised later when the narcissist goes from idealization to devalue and discard.

  5. I have to detach myself from neighbors who are energy vampires! At first I felt like helping out but then I realized that they never had anything positive to say.
    I would feel drained after a few moments in their presence.

  6. I hate going out in public for this reason. People I don’t know telling me their life issues. It just drains me. I feel their pain. I know they need to talk. I understand that.we t to ers office Friday spent 2 hrs listening to a lady talk about fighting to see her grand son.

  7. The point about narcissists surprised me. It wasn’t until I was in my 50s that I learned about narcissism, that I seemed to attract them, and then feel so used & drained. Now I’ve learned some skills to spot them, and run the other way!

  8. Facebook helped me realize i’m an empath. Have had draining relationships with energy vampires and have experienced random strangers telling me their most personal life histories. In trying to ‘help’ them, i’ve often harmed myself. So empaths really can benefit from boundaries.

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