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em·path·ic

(em-path'ik), Avoid the incorrect form empathetic.
Relating to or marked by empathy.

empathic

[empath′ik]
Etymology: Gk, en, into, pathos, feeling
pertaining to or involving the entering of one person into the emotional state of another while remaining objective and distinctly separate.

em·path·ic

(em-path'ik)
Relating to or marked by empathy.

em·path·ic

(em-path'ik) Avoid the incorrect form empathetic.
Relating to or marked by empathy.
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These assumptions are: (a) empathy deficits represent specific psychological problems that are reliably present (even if specific to a particular victim or context) in individuals who commit sex offenses, (b) empathy interventions increase the ability of offenders to respond empathically to potential victims, and (c) offenders who successfully resist the desire to reoffend do so, at least partially, because they have become more empathic.
empathic parenting strategies that work for adoptive and foster families.
Fortunately, research also tells us that due to the brain's plasticity and ability to heal, the condition called empathic distress can be resolved.
Likewise, when you are empathic toward other people they feel understood and are more likely to compromise and communicate, which is the key to discerning a spouse's anger or even curbing your child's tantrum.
Critique: A quick and easy read, "Win Friends and Customers: Relationship and Business Success from Empathic Acknowledging" will prove to be an invaluable and practical guide for utilizing simple conversations to achieve desired ends when significantly enhanced by listening techniques that can be readily mastered in short order.
This result was further tested via the participants' heartbeats, as increases in heart rate are known to indicate an empathic response to other people's emotions and suffering, where narcissists showed a significantly lower heart-rate than non-narcissistic participants.
Now if the claims professional had considered what was meant versus what was said and made the empathic connection, he or she could have said something like, "You know what?
Empathic Recovery, a brand new intensive out-patient facility in Lake Park, Florida, is holding a free work shop called “Families with Addiction” that aims to address some of the most critical questions and concerns relating to addiction.
The feeling side of empathy is sometimes called empathic concern (Davis, 1983).
Metaphors are another advanced empathic response that can help people learn more about themselves.
In particular, by replacing the top-down, unidirectional communication chain with an interactive, empathic conversation that included faculty members, we began to chisel at heteronormative and ethnocentric biases.
The children's empathic understanding of how the animal character felt was assessed, and they were then asked to draw, with strength of pressure on the page (as evident on attached carbon copies) serving as the index of arousal.