I often wonder how much of the world’s problems can be solved with a little bit of empathy.
If you think about your own life and the mini-village it takes to run it, how much would it change if we learned to bring more compassion to ourselves and those in it?
Would accepting our own mishaps help heal our own wounds and would listening, really listening to those around us, help them as well?
It’s a question worth reflecting on. As we get more busy with stuff (our digital toys, job, family, our own problems), are we missing out on the opportunity to connect with those we love?
It’s Friday, the end of another week. As we wind down with another list of our popular posts this week, I hope you take the time to think about compassion, presence, and empathy. Then, I hope you will find them for yourself as well. Have a great weekend!
(Neuroscience & Relationships) – When you’re steaming mad at someone, the last thing on your mind is being empathetic. Yet, this post makes the argument that it should be the first. Read and use these 5 steps to grow your empathy, understanding and connection skills the next time you are upset.
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