Practice Empathy For Better Relationships at Home & Work

by admin 2. October 2013 23:35
It makes sense that when you have a bad day at the office, unloading your baggage on a friend or family member feels great. And of course it feels amazing when you are reassured that every bad thing about your day was someone else's fault. Obviously no one should live their lives thinking they can do no wrong, so of course we all enjoy doing just that. Maybe it's just a little trick, or maybe it's the key to being popular and cool, but practicing empathy certainly has its perks. Joyce Marter tells us how even when being empathetic toward a co-worker or family member might make your bowels turn, the benefit of offering a warm hug might be greater than the cost of giving it. Check out Joyce's advice.


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