Why this course?
Summary of the lesson
In this session, the student learns what ‘Empathy’ means and why it is important. They understood that being empathetic is important for maintaining healthy relationships. They learnt to introspect and try to put themselves in another person’s shoes to be able to understand them and their situation better.
What your child will learn
How is it going to help your child
Parental role & play
LISTEN: Whenever your child is experiencing some overwhelming emotion,listen to them and show them how to empathise with others.
Don’t advise or scold them: Let them assimilate how to show empathy
ROLE MODEL: You can start by empathising with them so they can learn
from examples. Children often learn by observing their parents.
What to expect
Expect the child to try and understand other people’s situations. The child will
identify and resonate with the emotions of others and will know how to support
them in such situations. They will show empathy to everyone but guide them
and protect them if they fall into traps.
The development of empathy makes children able to acknowledge a wide
variety of emotions and it makes them better communicators and genuine
human beings. They are kind and compassionate people who can change the
Our uniEQ method & tools
Creative Worksheets | Psychology Exercise | Empathy Journal
“You can only understand people if you feel them in yourself.” – John Steinbeck
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