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Viren Kaul, MD Apr 23
Behind every “difficult family / patient” are: - Social determinants of health - Life experiences - Culutural / religious beliefs - Organic causes leading to “non-compliance” Let’s open our minds/hearts, ditch this judgement, work WITH our patients! Let’s do better.
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Jim Cole Apr 22
Great idea? WTF. My father had asbestosis. The last year of his life was gasping for air with each breath. He died at 68. Since has never showed any he doesn't care how miserable someone's life is. He is a true piece of shit.
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Mark C. Crowley Apr 17
“Instead of putting others in their place, put yourself in their place.” ~ Amish Proverb
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Ace Cabrera Espiritu 2h
I have learned the art of not caring about the people and their actions that hutts my feelings.
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Wallace Second Grade 31m
Second graders made Comfort Bags for our local homeless shelter.
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Laura Corbeth 🙏💫🦋 Apr 18
What is ? This. 👇👇👇
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Talbot Trail PS 33m
Early Year Students Share How they Created Welcome Bags for Families who are Staying the Ronald McDonald House.
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Nielsen Norman Group Apr 23
The majority of professionals practice instead of for their users
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Aalto Design Factory 16m
What is this thing called ? Read more about how our Empathic Engineer project sees it here:
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Mike Hakeem 2h
Replying to @USATODAY
Did God come down and make Frank the ultimate judge on Earth? ....
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Creative Vantage LLC 1h
Sometimes it can be a simple as this.
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Goldsteins' R.R.S. 2h
It's true. We never can truly know what someone is feeling. ❤️
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Tony Scruggs⚾️#TheEmpathyGuy🙏 18m
Morning 😎 How ya feeling on /?🙏 A lady who heard me speak on 'survivor , offender responsibility, forward strategy' (@ ), was surprised... ...when I said, 'I'm a male non-survivor, civil-offender (hearts, not laws)' How do you hear that?
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Brendan McIntyre 39m
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SEMinnis 4h
Yes!! We are the blessing to others.
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Dr. Michele Borba 14h
is WE not ME. Listen to pronouns as a quick check on your school’s empathy level. Do you hear: ”our, my” students/staff or “her, his,those”kids/teachers? breeds in inclusive, caring,WE cultures.Cultivating it in kids starts with us.
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BeSomeone 1h
Replying to @garyvee
Hey brother just ran a little organic add for your wine brand. Give it a look and see what “Empathy means to me.”
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Ishena Robinson Apr 22
Replying to @philipaklein
"I suffered, so you should suffer too!" Is the favorite argument of assholes. I prefer "I suffered this injustice and so I will do my best to ensure people coming after me don't have to suffer the same thing." And its a philosophy that applies to so many things in life.
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Zaidu ali 12h
Wow so believes "you’re only as good as your last haircut”
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Denis Vukosav, PMP 33m
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