One of A Kind: The Neuropsychology Behind An Empath

Being an empath is both a curse and a gift. In a society where extravagant behaviour is seen as “cool” and “desirable”, enjoying quietness and solitude is seen as “weird” and “boring”. Moreover, knowing other people’s feelings and intentions can become extremely draining and cause a lot of overwhelm. It often becomes difficult for an empath to know to whom the emotions belong to in the first place. Why does this happen though? Here are three neuropsychological facts that explain how empaths are wired differently: