Empaths are attracted to people who need to be rescued. They can intuitively spot another person’s vulnerabilities or identify when someone is in trouble. 


Often help others without them asking you. 

Rescuers can be skilled at making others feel less isolated in their emotional pain and hate it when people reject your assistance and feel ecstatic when they accept it. 


Clearing energetic blocks may also be beneficial for empaths because of the amount of energy drained from helping other people heal themselves with empathy alone. 

You're Probably an Empath: Rescuer

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This leaves a lot leftover inside an empath which needs to get out somehow through music therapy, dance therapy, counselling or any other form of expression where emotions are safely unleashed.

Am I a Rescuer?

Do you ever feel an inexplicable pull to help people, even when it might not be the safest or smartest thing to do? You’re not alone. 


Here are some of the signs that you may be attracted to rescue people:


-You can’t imagine your life without helping others in need  

-You get a sense of satisfaction from rescuing someone who is in danger or needs help 

-You want a partner who will have your back and support you no matter what challenges you face together.


Many people have empathy, but not many know what it’s like to be an empath. 


It all starts with the fact that most rescuers are empaths who need help themselves, and so they want others to feel loved and cared for as well. 


These people are usually driven by the desire to save others from feeling pain- even if this involves taking on their pain first to do so. 


They can often sense both physical and emotional pain, which means they’re able to identify when someone needs help or wants someone nearby to get through something difficult. If you find yourself drawn towards rescuing people, then this article is for you!

You are playing the role of Rescuer if you:

Here are 10 signs you are playing the role of the rescuer:

  1. Tend to be the one who is always there for others
  2. Put your own needs second to those of others
  3. Feel responsible for solving other people’s problems
  4. Tend to give advice or provide solutions before being asked  
  5. Are easily frustrated by other people’s lack of initiative or motivation  
  6. Find it challenging to say no when asked for help, even if you are already stretched too thin and have more important matters that need attention
  7. Want to help others out in any way possible
  8. Find yourself trying to fix other people’s problems or make them feel better about themselves
  9. Believe that you are constantly walking on eggshells around other people because they cannot handle their own life and need someone else to do it for them
  10. Are always afraid that if something goes wrong, no one is going to be there for you when you need it most
You're Probably an Empath: Rescuer

Empaths can intuitively spot another person's vulnerabilities or identify when someone is in trouble.

Empaths are highly tuned in to other people’s emotions, and it can be a burden. They can sense when someone needs help, which then leads them to feel compelled to act. 


This feeling of being drawn in for no logical reason is called “emotional rescue”. Many empaths don’t know what they’re doing until after they’ve done it, like diving headfirst into the unknown without ever looking back. 


Empaths often find themselves stuck on this emotional roller coaster as their intuition continues to pull them towards new victims with each turn of the wheel. 


It’s not unusual for empaths to feel drained and exhausted from helping others. However, there are a few things you can do to protect yourself. 


Try these three tips:


  1. Take care of your energy needs by eating healthy foods and getting enough sleep;
  2. Avoid people who drain your energy or, worse
  3. Take time to recharge with meditation or another relaxing activity that brings peace into your day-to-day life.

Often help others without them asking you.

It’s essential to recognise that not everyone needs help, and sometimes people would instead be left alone. 


But some need assistance, and when you find them, it is your duty as a rescuer to offer aid without them asking for it. 


Empaths are often healers that don’t even know they are. They help people in their everyday lives and don’t expect anything in return or to be thanked. 


On the other hand, some empathise with feeling like a doormat because they never say no when someone asks for help. 

They are skilled at making others feel less isolated in their emotional pain.

Many people don’t know how to deal with their emotions, but an empath understands them better than anyone else. 


They are skilled at making others feel less isolated in their emotional pain because they have been through it themselves. 


If you want someone who understands what it’s like to live with a broken heart or sadness all the time, then find an empath!

Do You Hope your rescuing actions will get others to admire you

If you’re feeling a little down on yourself because people don’t seem to be noticing your rescuing actions, I have some good news for you. 


You might not even need them to notice what’s going on for others to admire you. It’s all about empathising with someone and knowing how they feel without having experienced it yourself. 


This is something that many people lack these days. Still, those who possess this trait will show their admiration by caring for other humans, treating them equally, and working hard, so everyone has an opportunity to succeed. 


So when those around you start admiring your efforts, remember that it doesn’t matter if they noticed or not – knowing that others care is enough!


The world is a big place. You see people all the time, and not everyone can be rescued. But you’re special because you know what it’s like to be an empath, and that means there are so many things you can do to help people in need while being able to keep your sanity intact! 

Hate it when people reject your assistance and feel ecstatic when they accept it

We all have had moments of rejection and acceptance. Even though it’s not something we want to experience, when someone rejects your assistance, you should be happy because that means they are in control of their own life. 


When someone accepts your help, you should also be elated because that person has found a way out from the dark tunnel they were stuck in on their own.  

It takes courage to step outside of our comfort zones and reach out to others who might need a helping hand. 


But once we start doing these things with no hesitation, we will find ourselves being more fulfilled by what we do for others rather than focusing so much on how everyone else is treating us.

Vulnerability attracts you

You’ve long been drawn to people who appear wounded or in need of help. You feel an urge to rescue them and show them that the world isn’t as bad as they think it is. 


However, the problem with this impulse is that you are giving too much to yourself when you should be taking care of your own needs first.


You are an empath, which means you have a natural ability to sense the feelings of others. 


The problem is that even though empathy can feel like a gift from God, it comes with its fair share of adverse side effects and challenges. 


The most notable ones are feeling drained after spending time with someone or constantly worrying about other people’s problems instead of focusing.

You're Probably an Empath: Rescuer

Offer assistance in low-pressure ways.

Empaths are often misunderstood and mistreated by the people around them. But they have a superpower that no one can take away from them- their ability to sense others emotions, which is an invaluable asset in any situation. 


Empaths are often seen as the “good ones” of society. They’re kind, sensitive to others’ feelings and needs, and they care deeply about everyone. 


This means that sometimes empaths can find themselves feeling like a doormat or have their boundaries crossed without them noticing it. 


The first step in helping an empath is by recognising when this has happened so you can change your behaviour and offer assistance in low-pressure ways. 

Remember: You only control yourself.

It is easy for empaths to feel like they are constantly being ground down, but the truth is that you only control yourself. Take a few minutes to quiet your mind and focus on what YOU need. It’s not selfish if it makes you healthier and happier.


Think about it. You have no control over anything else but your thoughts and actions. Even if you could change the events in your life, you still wouldn’t be able to control what others do because they’re not doing it for you – they’re doing it for themselves. 


The truth is, we only have to control ourselves. If we take care of ourselves and honour what’s happening inside us, then the outside world will fall into place.

Do some self-exploration

  1. What are you passionate about in life, and what makes you happy
  2. Take a moment to reflect on your past – what were the highs, lows, and lessons learned
  3. Make an inventory of how much time is wasted worrying about things that don’t matter 
  4. Spend some time alone with yourself every day – meditate, do yoga or be still for a few minutes
  5. Be kind to yourself – it’s okay if you mess up once in a while because we’re all human 
  6. Try something new! Explore different hobbies and activities outside of your comfort zone so that you can find more interests/passions


Ask yourself why are you trying to help, and are you helping the person or are you trying to save yourself!

Are you trying to save yourself?

Although they are not consciously aware of this, saving others is often an attempt at saving the self from past or present emotional pain; their rescuing behaviour can be seen as symbolic self-healing.


Many empaths go through life feeling like they are on a never-ending mission to save everyone and everything. 


But what if you’re unconsciously trying to save yourself? 


What if the reason you have this deep urge to save is that it’s your way of subconsciously taking care of yourself? 

As an empath, you are drawn to people who need rescuing. You can intuitively spot another person’s vulnerabilities or identify when they’re in trouble. 


Rescuers have the skill of making others feel less isolated and alone in their emotional pain. They also hate it when there is conflict and jump in to try and make matters right for others without asking them first.


 If this sounds like you, then congratulations; your actions may be doing more harm than good by attracting those with a victim mentality (those that want someone else to solve all their problems). 


Take some time today to do something for yourself or give back to the world by volunteering at a local charity event!

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