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I know that someone close to me is experiencing that emotion. If I talk to my family and close friends I can usually figure out who it is -- and why it is! Still, it's hard to shake. It can set me back for a few hours. Or, if it's something big, for days or weeks. Sometimes when I see somebody else get hurt, I actually feel their physical pain. Like if somebody bangs her head on a cabinet door, my head actually hurts, too! I love being an empath. Sure, sometimes people think I'm crazy. And sometimes it's exhausting. I want you to run these types of criticisms through your mind in the way only you know how. I want you to talk to yourself the way you do when you criticise yourself, the way you moan at yourself, the way you give out to yourself, the way you belittle yourself. What I am asking you to do is to really go after this and connect with it because you're going to do this for the last time. For example, I used to snipe at myself, in a tone full of cynicism and despondency, I don't believe you've done that you f**ken eejit. <a href=''>There</a> you go again, you never get it right, whatever it is you say you idiot, you fool . <a href=''>Just</a> for now. <a href=''>As</a> you are doing this, I'm going to give you a sound sequence, a mantra, and I want you to repeat it inside your mind as you talk to yourself in the usual negative, self-critical manner. <a href=''>To</a> get you used to it I will give you the mantra in a few parts. <a href=''>I</a> will break it down and then make it all one sequence for you to repeat until you have it mastered. <a href=''>Think</a> the negative thoughts and say them inside your mind (eg I'm useless, no good, a fool, an idiot, but use your own words). <br /><br /><a href=''>Let's</a> begin our discussion of Nutrition Intensive Care with nutritional support that directly increases energy production. <a href=''>The</a> Consequences of Severe Mitochondrial Dysfunction <a href=''>People</a> with fibromyalgia and CFS have almost 20 percent less energy in their muscles than normal, and they have trouble using oxygen effectively to make energy. <a href=''>To</a> get an idea of what this means, think of taking a 20 percent pay cut. <a href=''>A</a> large number of clinical findings common in CFS/FMS can be explained by mitochondrial furnace malfunction: <a href=''>Hypothalamic</a> suppression. <a href=''>Particularly</a> severe changes in the hypothalamus have been seen in genetic mitochondrial dysfunction syndromes. <a href=''>Brain</a> fog. <a href=''>Mitochondrial</a> dysfunction can cause decreases in levels of neurotransmitters in the brain, specifically low dopamine and acetylcholine, and possibly low serotonin. <a href=''>Sensitivities</a> and allergies. <a href=''>I</a> hear this a lot from high-performing individuals, and it is always a red flag of interest for me. <a href=''>That's</a> great, I said. <a href=''>How</a> did you choose discipline? <a href=''>Well,</a> Dale said, I was sick of the weight. <a href=''>Sick</a> of feeling crummy, of my clothes not fitting, of being worried about my health. <a href=''>And</a> Marie [his wife] was all over me to lose the weight. <a href=''>Sounds</a> like lots of motivation, I said. <a href=''>So</a> when you chose discipline, did you just wake up the next day and choose the right foods and start working out? <a href=''>Of</a> course not, he replied. <a href=''>I</a> had no idea what a good regimen would be. <br /><br /><a href=''>But</a> I can really help people. <a href=''>I</a> understand what they are feeling. <a href=''>I</a> know what they are thinking. <a href=''>And</a> I can actually help heal them. <a href=''>I</a> have a career in a healing profession, and so I have honed my empathic skills for the purpose of healing. <a href=''>My</a> empathic abilities make my life fuller and more meaningful. <a href=''>The</a> worst part is, a lot of times I feel like people are just using me. <a href=''>They</a> like that I understand how they feel, so they always come and talk to me when they won't talk to anybody else. <a href=''>But</a> they leave feeling better, and I am drained. <a href=''>They're</a> never there when I need them. <a href=''>Now</a> interrupt the thoughts by saying the following word inside your mind in a low bass tone: Shaaaaahhh. <a href=''>Think</a> the negative thoughts again and continue to speak them silently in your mind. <a href=''>Until</a> you get the message. <a href=''>Stop</a> giving yourself such a hard time. <a href=''>Cut</a> yourself some slack. <a href=''>Give</a> yourself a break. <a href=''>You</a> are doing the best that you can. <a href=''>You</a> don't need the grief, in fact now is the time when you could do with a little compassion. <a href=''>Now</a> is the time you could do with a little support. <a href=''>Get</a> out of your own way and be kinder to yourself - it will do you a whole world of good. <br /><br /><a href=''>Decreased</a> ability of the liver to eliminate toxins and medications could also contribute to sensitivities to medications and environmental factors, as well as food sensitivities. <a href=''>Post-exertion</a> fatigue. <a href=''>Low</a> energy production and accumulation of excessive amounts of lactic acid in muscles could inhibit recovery after exercise. <a href=''>Poor</a> digestion. <a href=''>Mitochondrial</a> dysfunction could also contribute to bowel-related problems along with the lack of digestive enzymes and buildup of unhealthy gut infections. <a href=''>Heart</a> dysfunction. <a href=''>Research</a> shows a decrease in heart function in CFS and fibromyalgia, which also contributes to the symptoms. <a href=''>This</a> is not caused by a problem with the heart itself but rather with its energy production. <a href=''>Thus,</a> mitochondrial dysfunction might well be the root cause--or at least a contributing factor--of many of the problems seen in CFS/FMS. <a href=''>Improving</a> Mitochondrial Function Nutritionally <a href=''>I</a> went to see a nutritionist about the food, and I got a gym membership with a trainer. <a href=''>They</a> gave me information and helped me with a plan. <a href=''>And</a> did you talk to anyone supportive about this, or just do it all on your own? <a href=''>Sure,</a> I talked to people, Dale said. <a href=''>I</a> asked my men's group to call me and check in on my progress, and Marie helped me stay on track. <a href=''>Okay,</a> I said. <a href=''>Ever</a> fall off the wagon? <a href=''>Get</a> discouraged, get tired of it, bring home stress from work, and go out and eat a bunch of pizzas? <a href=''>Sure,</a> at first. <a href=''>It</a> was pretty hard in the first few months, a lot of old habits to quit. <br /><br /><a href=''>Did</a> you see yourself in these statements? <a href=''>If</a> you resonate with much of what you read here, then it is possible you may have some significant empathetic characteristics. <a href=''>You</a> may be at the upper - or even extreme - end of the scale of empathy. <a href=''>You</a> might have cause to think that you, too, may be an empath. <a href=''>Check</a> the Indications <a href=''>Determine</a> whether you best fit into the category of Empathy, Hyper-Empathy, or Extra-Normal Empathy. <a href=''>If</a> you fit into one of the first two categories, your empathetic perceptions and abilities may fall within the range of normal. <a href=''>You</a> will find many people who best fit one of these categories, particularly Hyper-Empathy, and identify as empaths. <a href=''>But</a> you will find others who would insist that, without some of the indications from the Extra-Normal category, you are not really a true empath. <a href=''>It</a> is not the purpose of this article to quibble over the definition, as words, labels, and language are primarily just tools for communication. <a href=''>There</a> is such a thing as a happy medium. <a href=''>You</a> can get there if you are smart enough to offer yourself a helping hand, a kind gesture, a bit of practical support. <a href=''>After</a> all, you would give that to almost anybody else so why not give it to yourself too? <a href=''>What</a> you're doing is actually quite scientific, in NLP terms it is called aPattern Interrupt'. Our habits work as patterns, in fact there is a view that our very existence is one big pattern, from our cells to our body right up to our soul and even the earth itself. Candace Pert likens it to a ripple in a stream flowing against a rock; So even though the events you face may be different, the response you gave up until now remained pretty much the same. However, with the mantra you are changing all of that. As soon as you operate the mantra you're stopping a whole sequence of thought, a habitual pattern of thinking and when you do that everything becomes so much easier. The Genesis of Evil