You can have compassion
for what (defendants) are going through," Cowart said.
starts with a willingness to see someone else's pain.
In her Christmas message, Poe said Filipinos should impart Jesus Christ's message of love, compassion
and hope 'without borders.
satisfaction was significantly predicted from age group, marital status, living area, socioeconomic status, nature of job, STS and BO (F [7,177] =44.
Several studies cited by Henson (2017) show unhealthy work environments and lack of leadership are key causes of compassion
The word compassion
comes from the Latin root "passio", to suffer, and the Latin prefix "com", together, literally meaning to suffer together (Kundera, 1999).
Mumbai: The United Nations should declare Mother Teresa's birth anniversary, which is on August 26, as the International Day of Compassion
, in the light of her selfless service towards the downtrodden and the unwanted in society, activists have said.
The Hindu newspaper on May 5 reported the innovative act of compassion
by the citizens of Kozhikode.
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The words mercy and compassion
are often used as synonyms to refer to the concern we have for people in need.
Clinics typically offer medical, dental and chiropractic care.
Recent research has found that self-compassion
in health care providers is associated with less burnout and compassion
fatigue, increased resilience, adaptive emotion regulation, and reduced sleep disturbance.