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Compassion

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Research about compassion. Includes exercises to train compassion.

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Compassion

  1. 1. Compassion
  2. 2. Question # 1 How does compassion mean?
  3. 3. https://www.google.ch/search?q=compassion
  4. 4. Compassion means feeling what that person is feeling, holding it, accepting it, and taking some kind of action. http://bigthink.com/ideafeed/compassion-is-an-action-not-an-emotion
  5. 5. While empathy refers more generally to our ability to take the perspective of and feel the emotions of another person, compassion is when those feelings and thoughts include the desire to help. https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/topic/compassion/definition
  6. 6. Question # 2 What does compassion do?
  7. 7. Compassion may boost our well-being because it helps shift the focus on from ourselves to focus on others. Thereby, compassion can help reduce depression, as depression is related to self-focus. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/feeling-it/201306/compassion-our-first-instinct
  8. 8. Compassion may protect against stress. Why? One of the reasons is that compassion is so pleasurable. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/feeling-it/201306/compassion-our-first-instinct
  9. 9. Compassion increases our willingness to trust. If you are compassionate to your employee, he or she will be more loyal to you. https://hbr.org/2015/05/why-compassion-is-a-better-managerial-tactic-than-toughness
  10. 10. Self-compassion leads to higher levels of personal well-being. Why? When your focus is on self-compassion, you are willing to look at your own mistakes with kindness and understanding, because you accept that making mistakes is human. https://hbr.org/2012/09/to-succeed-forget-self-esteem.html
  11. 11. Question # 3 How can you train compassion?
  12. 12. 4 step compassion action plan 1. When a person in your life is acting in a counterproductive manner, take a step back and ask yourself what might be motivating that behavior. 2. Recognize that if the person is acting that way, he or she may be suffering somehow. 3. Take the time to think about what might be causing this negativity. 4. Approach the other person with a genuine desire to help reduce the suffering and to find common, constructive ground to move forward. https://hbr.org/2013/06/to-guide-difficult-conversatio
  13. 13. The simplest way to show students you care and have compassion for them is to tell them often and in different ways. 3 examples: 1. Praise students for what they do. 2. Ask students questions about their day. 3. Attend events that students are involved in. https://www.edutopia.org/article/compassion-classroom-management-tool
  14. 14. When a person close to you makes a mistake, this is how you can respond with compassion: 1. Take a step back. Take time to cool off. 2. See the situation from the person’s perspective. 3. Forgive the person. That strengthens your relationship with the person and improves many other things. Source of inspiration https://hbr.org/2015/05/why-compassion-is-a-better-managerial-tactic-than-toughness
  15. 15. 8 step compassion exercise 1. Set a timer for 4 minutes. 2. Sit comfortably, relax, and focus your attention on your breath to let your mind settle. 3. Recall a person, who is experiencing challenges. 4. Be aware of how it must feel for the person experiencing the challenges. 5. Breathe out everything that you imagine this person needs, for example warmth and strength. Imagine that the warmth and strength enter the person. 6. Breathe in to imagine removing all the pain and suffering that the person experiences. 7. When you’re ready, let go of the person and return your attention to your breath. 8. When you’re ready, let go of the practice and notice how you feel. https://hbr.org/2018/02/power-can-corrupt-leaders-compassion-can-save-them

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