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Do you believe that to sympathize with a person, you need to be able to relate to them?

 Desegura posted 25 days ago
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trisha1 said:
No. Most pet mga manliligaw respect the feelings of their pet. Humans are different from other living things. A rich person can feel sympathy for a poor person. A pampered dog can’t feel sorry for a tramp.
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 No. Most pet mga manliligaw respect the feelings of their pet. Humans are different from other living things. A rich person can feel sympathy for a poor person. A pampered dog can’t feel sorry for a tramp.
posted 24 days ago 
Riku114 said:
Nah. Maybe to EMPATHIZE with someone, yes, but to sympathize nah. You don't need to break a leg to sympathize and feel bad for them, you just know and understand that it really isn't fun, it is hard, and that it really sucks. Knowing that it is easy to sympathize with someone.

To EMPATHIZE, it depends to be honest. You have to have some basis of understanding to properly empathize - enough that you can put together an image of what it was like for them from your experiences. It is really hard for someone without psychosis to empathize with those that do. Some might know a lot of people who have psychosis and get a good understanding for what it is like and might be able to empathize, but most who haven't had much interaction or experience with pscyhosis struggle to truly understand the experience
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posted 24 days ago 
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2ntyOnePilots posted 21 days ago
Ranty-cat said:
That's the difference between sympathy and empathy. Empathy is understanding what someone else is feeling because you have experienced it yourself or can put yourself in their shoes. Sympathy is acknowledging a person's emotional hardships and providing comfort and assurance. There's no need to be able to relate to what the person has experienced, just recognition of their suffering.
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posted 24 days ago 
zanhar1 said:
sa pamamagitan ng definition, "Empathy is a term we use for the ability to understand other people's feelings as if we were having them ourselves. ... Sympathy refers to the ability to take part in someone else's feelings, mostly sa pamamagitan ng feeling sorrowful about their misfortune."

In other words, no. You don't need to relate to sympathize. But you do need to relate to emphthize.

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