“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.
Want to improve your relationships? Explore the top six ways the Smarter Living editors at the New York Times say you can build better relationships in 2019
“The Smarter Living team has culled a few tips from our archive to help you grow in that new relationship, rekindle an old flame or turn a breakup into a positive experience.” Read on to find out how to Improve the Relationships in Your Life in 2019
Want to feel calmer, less impulsive and more connected? The answer may be as simple as a good night’s sleep.
All of us are familiar with the ways that a lack of good, restful sleep can negatively impact our waking hours. But the effects of sleep deprivation reach beyond the individual. In addition to diminished mental function and increased emotional reactivity, sleep deprivation can also take a toll on our relationships with others.
Learn more about sleep’s relationship to our emotional health by clicking here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/sleep-newzzz/201811/4-ways-sleep-deprivation-can-harm-your-emotional-health