empathic


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cognizant of and comprehending the needs, feelings, problems, and views of others

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showing empathy or ready comprehension of others' states

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The ability to be empathic helps people to act in altruistic ways and to acquire social and moral norms.
Work with a licensed therapist trained in trauma resolution techniques, such as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and somatic psychotherapy, to address the roots of your empathic distress.
Krznaric explains that we can all learn the ability to be empathic, and by doing so we will better understand one another.
The unsuspecting husband failed to make the empathic connection between what his wife said and what she really meant.
Empathic Recovery is an intensive outpatient rehabilitation program in Palm Beach County for those struggling with substance abuse addiction.
2009) reported that higher levels of grace orientation predicted higher levels of gratitude, perspective taking, empathic concern, and a dispositional tendency to grant forgiveness.
Often, after backing off and reestablishing the relationship by making basic empathic responses, the counselor will find that the client will later revisit the advanced empathic response, find it revealing, and generally be open to the multiple meanings implied.
Jeremy Rifkin, author of The Empathic Civilization, argues that empathic skills "emphasize a non-judgmental orientation and tolerance of other perspectives" and force people "to live within the context of ambiguous realities where there are no simple formulas or answers, but only a constant search for shared meanings and common understandings" (15-6).
Hence, storybook reading provides an opportunity for the development of empathy (Coplon & Worth, 1985; Smith, 1986; van der Bolt & Tellegen, 1994), and parents who elaborate to their children about the psychological experiences of story characters tend to have children who are more empathic in terms of their ability to understand emotions (Brown & Dunn, 1991; Denham, Cook, & Zoller, 1992).
Our three-component empathy framework encompasses five discrete constructs: affective response (AR), perspective taking (PT), self-awareness (SA), emotion regulation (ER), and empathic attitudes (EAs).
McGuire, a California addiction counselor and the spouse of an alcoholic, has written The Progression Tree, an empathic but realistic guide to assisting individuals affected by all-consuming codependency.
They should also be commended that despite the low morale they continue to give excellent, loving empathic care to the women and their families for 24 hours, seven days a week without complaint.
They should also be commended that, despite the low morale, they continue to give excellent, loving empathic care to the women and their families for 24 hours, seven days a week without complaint.
They could be made of anything, anywhere, and the only means of giving them empathic or tectonic qualities is by carefully introducing reassuring elements in the parts you can touch, like the joinery and ironmongery.
Unbeaten Division One leaders Sacre Coeur FP extended their advantage with an empathic 4-2 win over nearest rivals Red Rum, Carragher again on the scoresheet.