“Empathy is not feeling what you would feel in a situation. It is stepping beside yourself and adopting another person’s emotion for a few moments. Some research suggests that we succeed at this task by virtue of mirror neurons, or brain pathways that fire whether we’re experiencing the stimulus or we see someone else experience it.” Read on to learn more about How to Develop Empathy in Relationships.
Fostering gratitude in our own lives--and in the lives of our children--is a process. This is because gratitude is an experience, not just a behavior. Learn how to inspire gratitude and grow empathy in your child by following these three daily practices.
Read more here: How to Foster Little Moments of Gratitude with Your Kids