The Power of Empathy

In actuality, empathy predominantly involves learning about someone else’s worldview. Furthermore, that learning process is shaped to a very great degree by one’s personal relationships.

Despite the fact that it has long-been known that empathy is a learned skill, the results of this study are incredibly meaningful and important. This is especially true, considering the information contained within Harvard University’s Making Caring Common Project’s report titled “The Children We Mean to Raise: The Real Messages Adults Are Sending About Values” that was published in 2014. The report stated in pertinent part as follows:

Mark Baer

Family Law Attorney, Mediator, Collaborative Law Practitioner, Speaker, and Author