How to Show Compassion?


Show a genuine interest in the other person's suffering. Listen to their problems without interrupting. Use body language that shows interest and that you agree with them, such as nodding your head at an appropriate time. If you know the person well enough, a warm hug goes a long way to comforting a distressed friend. Think of something special to do for him or her, whether it's cooking a meal, sending a little gift, or anything else that could brighten their day and let them know that someone truly cares.
Q&A Related to "How to Show Compassion?"
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