The book offers tremendous meaning for all nurses attempting to understand and empathize
with their patients' struggles at living.
Provide instant credibility and ability to empathize
He wants us to empathize
with his clients, yet too often they recede behind his own guilty reactions to them, as when he describes the dark art of interviewing potential trial witnesses:
Although they dominated the scene a century ago, Peter Behrens and contemporaries such as Olbrich and van de Velde seem so remote to us now that it is hard to imagine, let alone empathize
with, the excitement of their work when new, or to credit them with the intellectual profundity they felt they had achieved.
Shifting into another person's paradigm and trying to empathize
with his or her point of view allows that person to maintain the honorable avenues of love, living, and learning without having natural defense mechanisms aroused.
Even students who readily empathize
with a peer refrain from volunteering to take "clearly painful" shocks.
Its storytelling is traditional, save for the radical fact that it asks you to empathize
with the ``enemy'' as they fight the U.
The persecuted Christian minority identifies with her early sufferings, and Sudanese refugees empathize
with the fact that she attained a measure of peace only in exile.
Shadow tells the tale, and readers will empathize
with his struggle to learn to trust again.
Readers will be drawn to the familiar characters and will even feel obliged to empathize
with the would-be antagonists, the main character's husbands.
Some aspects of the plot stretch credulity, but Cooper is an admirable hero and YAs will certainly empathize
with his desire to do things his way and with his rejection of those people who simply want to make use of him.
As a result, it is hard to empathize
with them or their situations.
Her performance is a grand comic creation: When her eyes dart, panic-stricken, she's both hilarious and a character we can empathize