The ability to understand and share the feelings of another,
The ability to understand and share the feelings of another
understanding and entering into another's feelings
(empathic) showing empathy or ready comprehension of others' states; "a sensitive and empathetic school counselor"
(empathize) sympathize: be understanding of; "You don't need to explain--I understand!"
Empathy is the capacity to, through consciousness rather than physically, share the sadness or happiness of another sentient being.
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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
(empathically) In an empathic manner
(empathize) to feel empathy for another person
(empathetic (adj)) Characterized by being able to share in another s emotions, thoughts, or feelings
(empathetic) “sensitive to other people’s feelings, sympathetic.” Dispassionate and apathetic are opposites.
(Empathic) a dream in which one "walks in the other person's moccasins." It's a type of telepathic dream, only the dreamer lives the experience inside out: from the other person's point of view. Includes the ability to sense another's emotions as if they were your own.
(empathize) Find value in what others might find odd, alien, or implausible; perceive sensitively on the basis of prior indirect experience.
Appreciation of another's problems and feelings without experiencing the same emotional reaction. To be distinguished from sympathy, which is usually nonobjective and noncritical.
The art of tuning in on an intuitive or psychic level to the emotions, moods, and attitudes of a person.
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.
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.
Understanding another person's feelings by remembering or imagining being in a similar situation.
understanding others.--Betsyl 21:23, 17 September 2008 (UTC) the action of understanding--Anitha R 02:26, 29 September 2008 (UTC)empathy. (2008). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
Empathy is the ability to understand how only people are feeling and to identify with the likely emotions. Developing empathy involves several processes: recognizing the emotional state of another person; perspective taking; having a similar emotional response; and acting on it (e.g. ...
Direct understanding of another's state of mind without feeling as they do (sympathy).
The ability to interpret others' emotions and pain, often as if they were your own. This ability may also allow you to simulate emotions and/or pain within yourself and others. People who have this ability are referred to as 'Empaths'. (see 'Empath') More...
to imagine, and to try to understand, another’s point of view
is interpreted as the ability to take oneself out of oneself and put oneself into another person's world.