Lisbeth Holter Brudal introduces her newly-translated version of her book, “Empathic Communication: The Missing Link”. This is a book tackles how we relate to each-other through empathy and communication.
Empathy – the ability to recognize other people’s feelings and intentions – is an innate ability. To communicate – to participate in dialogue, seek contact, and engage in interaction with others – is an innate need. There is strong evidence that the ability to empathize is partially linked to a specific type of nerve cells in the brain, called “mirror neurons.” Neurobiological research shows that our mirror neurons make it possible for us to replicate and recognize other people’s feelings and intentions.
The cells also affect our capacity for self-reflection. The innate potential for empathy can be developed early in through the caregiver’s ability to communicate, build a relationship, and meet the child’s inner need for contact. The book describes a special communication tool, empathic communication, built on this understanding of communication.
“Empathic Communication” will expand your ability to understand and care for the ones you love the most. It tackles difficult conversations in the event of a loss or a tragic change in the lives of others. This book allows you to respond in empathy and dissolve confusion created by communication barriers.
Lisbeth Holter Brudal’s “Empathic Communication” will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (01/12/2015 – 01/16/2015) at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PA0SWB4. “Empathic Communication” has a 5 star rating on Amazon.com. Here’s what some people are saying: