Your desire to heal your own wounds easily aligns with your desire to nurture others.
You may be most in tune with those who have gone through similar traumas and your need to understand and overcome your wounds gives you an advantage to help guide others.
You may have unique intuition and special perspective that helps you express love and compassion on a deep level. One that is felt by those whose past traumas or need to survive without support matches your past experiences.
When you work through your own wounds, you also reveal a more deeply loving and nurturing aspect of yourself as well.
Your nurturing style is fueled by your past wounds and unique intuition.
Issues you are highly sensitive to can draw you to connect with wounded people. You can stand out to others as a deeply caring person. You don’t have to try hard to show your compassionate side.
It’s easy for you to empathize with those whose unique experiences are similar to your own. You can be nurturing and try to take care of your loved ones as a means of healing from your own wounds as well.
Your need for deeper healing often interferes with your strengths as a caregiver.
When you try to nurture others you may have to draw on your past wounds for motivation. Challenging yourself to heal past wounds can also bring you the focus and energy you need to help others find comfort.
You may feel you have to keep a distance from others because of unresolved past wounds or past issues with abandonment. But working through this hesitation can reveal your potential as a powerful nurturer.
Your desire to nurture those you love is directly and powerfully linked to your unique intuition.
You have a strong sense of compassion for those who have suffered in ways you have suffered. Your wisdom and intuition fuel your compassion and desire to care for those around you.
You will go above and beyond to try to heal others as if they were family. In fact you may embrace those you empathize with as if they were extended family. Your past difficulties easily motivate you to show your love and affection to others.
Your nurturing style is hindered by your past wounds and unresolved traumas.
Though you are caring, intuitive and considerate, you can also vacillate between reacting to your insecurities and showing love for others in an authentic way.
When you find greater confidence to heal your past wounds, you can also become more caring, sensitive and loving to those around you. Your unresolved past wounds can cause you to be more judgmental than nurturing to those you care about.
The more you overcome your own fears and feelings of insufficiency, the more compassionate you can be toward those who have struggled with similar wounds.
You may try to hide from your own healing work by busying yourself with caring for others. This will cause tension until you face your own needs and learn to love yourself first.
Your need for healing can make it difficult to show your love and affection.
You have a deeply nurturing side that can be amplified by your unique intuition. If you don’t overcome your past wounds and heal fully from your past traumas, you’ll sabotage relationships.
You’ll back down from those who need you and look to you for nurturing, or you’ll go to extremes to protect and care for others, often at the expense of your own needs.
If you do work through your past wounds however, your compassion for others can be much more easily expressed.
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