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Benefits of Empathy In Family



To Raise Kids With More Empathy, We Need to Do Everything Wrong
Michele Borba is a psychologist and expert in parenting, bullying and character development
"According to the latest World Economic Report, critical thinking, decision making and complex problem solving are still necessary skills to thrive in our global world, but equally important are people skills like emotional intelligence, collaboration and empathy. Empathy, the ability to put oneself in other people’s shoes, is the cornerstone for becoming a happy, well-adjusted, successful adult. It makes our children 


Here are some benefits of encouraging your children to be more empathetic beings:

  • 1) Positive mental health. People that have strong empathy towards others exhibit higher levels of overall happiness...
  •  2) Better relationships. In people of all ages, empathy is linked with the formation of strong and healthy relationships. ...
  • 3) Academic and career success. Students with high empathy for others also perform better in school....
  • 4) Discourages emotional problems. Children with empathy are unlikely to participate in bullying or risky behaviors, especially those at another person's expense.
  •  5) Strengthens connection to the world. Empathy .....encourages children to feel a stronger connection to others, especially those in need. ...
  • 6) Enhanced communication skills. Being able to communicate effectively with others is a requirement of succes..
  • 7) Encourages tolerance and acceptance. In today's world, kids are exposed to a lot through media and technology...
  • 8) Gratefulness. Empathy reminds us to be thankful for the important things in life, and that we are fortunate for the people and places we treasure...






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