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Balancing empathy and interpretation

relational character analysis

by Lawrence Josephs

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Published by J. Aronson in Northvale, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Typology (Psychology),
  • Psychoanalytic interpretation.,
  • Empathy.,
  • Personality assessment.,
  • Intersubjectivity.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [417]-422) and index.

    Statementby Lawrence Josephs.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC489.T95 J67 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 435 p. ;
    Number of Pages435
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1119730M
    ISBN 101568214472
    LC Control Number94046147

    which I also put at the end of the book. The second part of this book focuses on the Bach Flower Remedies. I refer to them a lot because I’ve seen amazing results with them, and I really believe they should be in the tool kit of every empath. Enjoy.   Here, I’ll go first. I just finished The Wangs vs the World by Jade Chang, the story of a wealthy immigrant family that loses their fortune in the financial crisis and regroups on a (hilarious) road trip across America. What I love most about this audiobook, besides its spin on the classic All-American road trip story, is its delicate balance between comedy and compassion.

      To put ourselves in someone else’s shoes, we must strike a balance between emotion and thought and between self and other. Otherwise, empathy becomes a trap, and we can feel as if we’re being held hostage by the feelings of others. The art of empathy requires paying attention to another’s needs without sacrificing one’s own. The Empathy Trap Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes is good, but not when it becomes the default mode of relating to others. Too much empathy can blind you to your own needs.

      INTRODUCTION. Empathy, the ability to understand and identify with the feelings or emotional states of others, is multidimensional, comprising both affective and cognitive components (Deutsch and Madle, ).Although the literature has yet to agree on a precise definition of these constructs, a consensus has emerged that views affective empathy (AE) as the ability to share the . definition of Empathy from Rogers because this is a quote). Manual Empathy Training - 4 Accurate listening means listening sincerely interested at the speaker and being able to reflect feelings and thoughts of the speaker accurately. This is an important aspect because by listening.


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Topics include delivering bad news, transition. With this increased language facility, the doors open to in-depth discussions about emotions that are the main avenue for developing empathy skills. These discussions can come from a classroom situation, a current event, a shared reading of a book, a photograph.

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