showing empathy or ready comprehension of others' states; "a sensitive and empathetic school counselor"
(empathy) understanding and entering into another's feelings
Empathy is the capacity to, through consciousness rather than physically, share the sadness or happiness of another sentient being.
(Empathy (album)) Empathy is a 1962 (see 1962 in music) album by jazz musician Bill Evans. It was his first album for Verve Records after being released from his contract by Riverside Records, a collaboration with Shelly Manne. The sleeve gives the recording date as August 14.
(Empathy (drug)) MDMA (3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, commonly known as ecstasy, often abbreviated "E" or "X") is an entactogenic drug of the phenethylamine and amphetamine families.
(Empathy (software)) Empathy is an instant messaging client which supports text, voice, video, file transfers, and inter-application communication over various IM protocols.
Showing or expressing empathy
(empathically) In an empathic manner
(empathy) the intellectual identification of the thoughts, feelings, or state of another person; capacity to understand another person's point of view or the result of such understanding
(EMPATHY) Rarely used in modern parapsychology, the popular usage of this term refers to a low-level form of telepathy wherein the empath appears to be aware of the emotional state of a distant person. An empath may also be able to “broadcast” emotions to others.
(Empathy) An archaic reference to the capacity to comprehend the thoughts, beliefs, values, hopes, and attitudes of another person. ...
(Empathy) the ability of an individual to project his or her own personality into a situation and understand it; a quality deemed desirable in salespeople who must be able to see the product from the buyer's point of view.
(empathy) (n.) sensitivity to another’s feelings as if they were one’s own (I feel suchempathy for my dog when she’s upset so am I!)
(EMPATHY) The feeling or capacity for awareness, understanding and sensitivity one experiences when hearing or reading of some event or activity of another, thus imagining the same sensation as that of those actually experiencing it.
(Empathy) The ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels.
(Empathy) Understanding what another person is experiencing from his or her perspective.
(Empathy) How much you understand (and experience) the emotions and thoughts of others.
(Empathy) Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings, and motives.
(Empathy) a developed ability to understand the situations of others
(empathy) To understand how a person feels. Contrast with sympathy, which means to feel what the other person is feeling. When we listen empathetically, we are genuinely trying to understand the other person's feelings and concerns.
(Empathy) is understanding the emotions and desires of another. It includes at least the following key elements. 1) The feelings make sense to us 2) We do not dispute or judge the feelings. 3) We can imagine ourselves in their place (“in their shoes”) 4) Our own tender feelings are affected. ...
(empathy) The ability to put one's self into the psychological frame of reference or point of view of another, to feel what another feels.
(2. Empathy) This concept fosters a healthy sense of security, a realistic view of the world, positive interpersonal relationships, ability to forgive self and others, and a healthy balance of giving and receiving. ...
(16. Empathy) You can sense the emotions of those around you. You can feel what they are feeling as though their feelings are your own. Intuitively, you are able to see the world through their eyes and share their perspective. You do not necessarily agree with each person's perspective. ...
(Empathy (PCT)) The therapists capacity to comprehend accurately the clients inner world or internal frame of reference and to sensitively communicate back this understanding.