Empathy is the power to see and share the views or opinions of another. Empathy is, at its simplest, awareness of the tactile sensations and emotions of the other masses. It is the link between self and others.
According to several experts, empathy is defined equally:
Because before you give reaction to action, you need to know how others are feeling. You need to know their emotions, then respond according to the situation.
The researchers found that a brain area called the anterior cingulate cortex, which is often active when we see others in pain, was less active when participants saw members of ethnic groups different from their own in pain.
Cognitive empathy is the ability to understand how a person feels and what they might be thinking. Building Cognitive Empathy:
Emotional empathy (also known as affective empathy) is the ability to share the feelings of another person. Some have described it as "your pain in my heart.Building Emotional Empathy:
Once you understand the person feeling find a way to relate to it
Compassionate empathy (also known as an empathic concern) goes beyond simply understanding others and sharing their feelings: it actually moves us to take action, to help however we can.
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