There’s that person who seems incapable–and, also unwilling–to ever put themselves in your shoes, right? Or, that person who doesn’t want to hear anything about you and always returns the conversation to themselves? Or, that person who could care less that you are hurting, celebrating, or anything in between? They may be empathy-deficient. I’m sharing some ways to know if that’s a pattern, and who they really are.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EPISODE:
- 3 kinds of empathy
- what it means to have an empathy deficit
- how it feels to be in a relationship with an empathy-deficient person, parent, partner
- why they do things for others they won’t do for you
- 10 ways to deal with a person who doesn’t care to understand your feelings, circumstances, or needs
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