Publisher: Independently Published
Published: May 11 2021
Height: 0.34 Width: 5.00 Depth: 8.00
What is Empathy? Does it matter in our society? How can you teach empathy to your children?
Racism, hatred, bullying, and a lot more are very common these days. What if these are the results of parents failing to teach their kids empathy when they were young? When we do not develop this important value, children are unable to process their own feelings and behaviors. In turn, they have difficulty in reaching out to other people. They will have a hard time building deeper relationships with the people around them.
Empathy begins at home. Parents usually tend to focus more on the physical and mental abilities of their children. They would enroll them in art or swimming classes, spend money on musical instruments, or save money for college. But what about good manners, respect, politeness, and kindness? These are the things that you can teach your children for free.
More than physical and mental skills, empathy is what makes us survive as humans. When people stop caring for each other, society collapses as people only look out for their own benefit. To make our world more just, human, and liveable, perhaps it is time to develop empathy in children actively. Empathy is not something that can be mastered instantly.
This book covers:
- How to nurture empathy in your child
- How empathy develops in the brain
- How to improve your child's communication and social skills
- How to prevent bullying at school
- How the media affects reality and emotions
- How to teach your children about gender and racial equality
- How to develop your child's self-regulation skills
- Activities that help your child's ability to understand what the other person is feeling or experiencing
- And more!
Empathy is the cornerstone of our society. Empathy is developed after years and years of practicing kindness, respect, and sensitivity. Teach your children now while they are young. As you read this book, you will be able to help yourself and your children become happier and more emotionally-mature individuals.
Grab a copy now to learn more!