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Reviewed by Vincent Dublado for Readers' Favorite
Spinach is to Popeye as Empathic Mastery: A 5-Step System to Go from Emotional Hot Mess to Thriving Success is to empaths. Author Jennifer Elizabeth Moore is the savior of our times, as individualism, socioeconomic development, social media, and work pressure have largely contributed to the decline of our ability to listen and emotionally connect; it proves draining for the empaths who live among us. This book is geared toward anyone who identifies as an empath as well as for those who wish to understand their nature. This guidebook is divided into two parts. The first gives an in-depth look at the nature of empathy and empaths, the science behind it, the common pitfalls, and how to avoid these. The second part teaches the Five Steps of Empathic Mastery: Recognize, Release, Protect, Connect, and Act, where you’ll find the tools necessary to manage your sensitivity and perform necessary adjustments.
Educational, encouraging, and highly engaging, this is the book that highly sensitive people need to navigate their way in a dynamic world that continuously changes under the demands of globalization and the way the pandemic has altered the way we go about our lives. As an experienced mentor and teacher for sensitive, intuitive women, Jennifer Elizabeth Moore meticulously explores cognitive, emotional, and compassionate empathy in theories and concepts that prove empathy can be properly managed. For those who don’t identify as empaths, it’s a skill that can be learned. While this is written with the female audience in mind, Moore’s engaging concepts that anchor both scientific and esoteric knowledge will strongly appeal to male empaths as well. You will like the way Moore presents empathy as a kind of superpower, an ability that the more you try to control, the more it causes you to underestimate yourself and overestimate ordinary solutions. Empathic Mastery is a highly recommended read for all the finely-tuned instruments that are empaths.