How do you see the world? Develop greater ability to put yourself in someone else's shoes and enjoy more successful relationships
By: Rowe, Alis.London : Lonely Mind Books, 2018Description: 71 pages : colour illustrations : 22 x 22 cm.Subject(s): EMPATHY | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | FRIENDSHIPS | CONDUCT OF LIFE | ETIQUETTE
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On Cover: 'Change the way you view things, have greater empathy and enjoy more successful relationships'
Hello. - What is empathy? - Meeting up at the weekend. - Veterinary surgery reception. - A small, local university. - 3pm meeting. - Watching TV. - Eggs for breakfast. - Pull your socks up. - An extended deadline. - New starter. - Chemistry. - Cup of tea or a walk? - GP reception. - Blood pressure. - 08:11 train. - Expensive shoes. - Side salad. - Reading out loud. - Class registration. - Promotion. - Corn flakes. - The doorbell rings. - Hot weather. - After college. - B.A.N.A.N.A. - Osteopath. - The community fair. - Working from home. - Listening to music. - Their and They're error. - About Alis Rowe.
"Empathy might be the deepest way we can connect with other people. Having empathy begins with recognising another person's point of view. This book will challenge you to put yourself in someone else's position. If you really struggle to do it, share this book with others and ask each other what you think!" - BOOK JACKET