Developing empathy in relationships is the key to connection and communication! In fact, empathy is incredibly good for you! We know from the research that it not only strengthens relationships, but it also increases cooperation, helps people forgive, decreases negativity, aggression and being judgmental and even improves your physical health! Stay tuned to learn my five steps to becoming an empathy ninja so you can create deep connection, joy and ease in all your relationships.
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Greater Good Science Center Empathy Quiz
Daniel Batson, Altruism in Humans (Oxford Scholarship Online, 2011).
Paul Ekman and Daniel Goleman, Knowing Our Emotions, Improving Our World: A Conversation (2007)