Do You Know How I Feel? Empathy and the Young Child

Morality emerges as a child begins to think about right and wrong, recognize with the feelings of others, and act in prosaically ways. While thinking, feeling, and acting are all aspects of morals, this article spotlights on feeling and ways caregivers can endorse the development of understanding in young children.

Empathy, Infants, and Toddlers
Empathy is essential to moral development since it allows us to recognize with the complete range of emotions experienced by others. The skill to empathize develops slowly and appears to be an essential precondition to acting in caring ways.


by lizzie milan