EnergyVampires: Who They Are & How To Ditch Them


I consider myself enormously fortunate to have people in my life who shared my enthusiasm and gave me heartfelt support. But there were also people who did not.


I recall moments when my encounters and conversations made me feel unworthy, stupid, unloved, offended, fearful, and even sick.


Let’s call them “energy vampires” – the people who only “take” from you.


Energy vampires can be your family, friends, clients, colleagues, teachers, neighbors, lovers, or even strangers. And they come in all types…

There is the blamer, who lays blame on everyone else without ever taking any responsibility.

The guilt trippers use shame to get what they want.

Jealous bees can never genuinely feel happiness for anyone else.

Then there are the insecure ones, who pull others down to their level of low self-esteem.

The fun haters seem unable to embrace joy. The bullies stomp on the little guys to elevate their egos.

The Debbie downers, the whiners, the short-tempers, the gossipers, the drama queens, and the list goes on…

Whatever form they take, energy vampires have one thing in common: They cannot create or sustain their own life force in any positive manner. So they latch on and feed off on others, slowly sucking the life out of them.


No doubt you know people like this. You probably care about them, too. Heck, they may even mean well! They may protest their love and care for you. That makes it hard to get away from these energy-sucking relationships.


Believe me, I know.


In the past, I tolerated energy vampires. I prided myself on being able to get along with everybody, to “suck it up” and “be the bigger person.” Maybe I was even afraid to speak my mind, or didn’t want others to see me as being difficult or aloof.


Perhaps I just didn’t want to alienate anyone.


But all the while, I was sacrificing my own precious energy.


The thing is, relationships are always an exchange of energy. People either uplift us… or they don’t.


During the last year, it horrified and surprised ....



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