Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Empathy"

The meaning of "Empathy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does empathy mean?
A: It's the ability to feel someone's feeling.
Q: What does empathy mean?
A: Empathy means feeling what another person feels. If you feel sad, I can empathize with you (I can have empathy for you). I know how you feel because I have felt sad before.
Q: What does feigning empathy mean?
A: "Feigning" means pretending, "empathy" is feeling others emotions. If a friend came to you crying, you might feel empathy for them and feel sad as well, even if the situation doesn't involve you. "Feigning empathy" would be pretending that you feel badly or happy(or whatever emotion they have) for or with them
Q: What does empathy mean?
A: @jennifer5203: putting your self in the shoes of the other person.

Example sentences using "Empathy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with empathy.
A: A leader needs to have empathy.
She's lack of empathy.
Please show your empathy.
Do you have empathy?
Q: Please show me example sentences with empathy.
A: The policewoman showed empathy with others,
The nurse must have/show empathy towards her patients.
Q: Please show me example sentences with empathy .
A: She had a deep empathy with animals.
The nurse should try to develop empathy between herself and the patient.
Both authors have the skill to make you feel empathy with their heroines.
It is important to develop the empathy between dogs and their handlers.
She shows a lack of empathy for other people’s situations.
Q: Please show me example sentences with empathy pain.
A: pain empathy* is like when you say かわいそだ

Synonyms of "Empathy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between empathy and sympathy ?
A: sympathy is when you hear somebody's hard luck story and you feel sorry for them you feel bad for them but empathy you put yourself into that person's shoes and imagine what it would be like to have that bad luck and then you can feel what that person's feeling
Q: What is the difference between empathy and sempathy ?
A: empathy and sympathy
Sympathy is acknowledging someone’s hardship and trying to provide comfort and assurance.
Empathy is relating to that person’s situation because you have had the same experience, or you can imagine yourself in their discomfort. Empathy requires more emotional involvement than sympathy.
Q: What is the difference between empathy and sympathy ?
A: Empathy is when you have been through the same experience that another is having, while sympathy is when you haven't experienced something another is going through, so you're kind of just feeling bad for them.

Example of sympathy:
Person 1- "I can't believe I lost the baby!"
Person 2- "It's okay, you'll be fine."

Example of empathy:
Person 1- "I can't believe I lost the baby!"
Person 2- "I've been through the experience before, we can work this out together."
(That was probably a bad example of empathy.)
Q: What is the difference between empathy and sympathy ?
A: sympathy
is feeling compassion, sorrow, or pity for the hardships that another person encounters,
empathy
is putting yourself in the shoes of another. It is ability to experience the feelings of another person.

Q: What is the difference between empathy and compassion ?
A: Empathy is understanding. Compassion is doing something to help because you understand. Sympathy is feeling sorry for them.

Translations of "Empathy"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 내가 다 서럽네

(To show empathy to sbd when sm is specifically stern with sbd)
A: I feel for you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say empathy in English?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 心中をお察しいたします。(showing empathy)
A: That whole word/sentence means “showing empathy” correct?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to show your empathy , what are the words to be said ?
A: You could say things like
I’m so sorry
I hope you feel better
I understand
Get well
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? when you want to show empathy or agree with the person? 'I understand' ,'I see' 'Fair enough' ...what else can I use?
A: I understand, yes I see, Of course, and then phrases like, that must be very difficult, for showing empathy.

Other questions about "Empathy"

Q: "When you want to show empathy to someone, you can say 'I know how you feel'."

Hello! Do you think the sentence above sounds natural?
A: It's natural!
Q: “Blame and empathy aren't mutually exclusive.”
Could it mean “you can blame her and have empathy for her at the same time”?

For context:
“Well said. I think there's a really natural and valid urge to want Satoko to be blameless, because she's just a kid and has lived through so many awful experiences. I've seen some people imply that blaming Satoko means lacking empathy for her, and I feel like that's so off-base. Blame and empathy aren't mutually exclusive.”
A: Yes, you're right. If you say that two things are "mutually exclusive," it means they can't happen at the same time, or they can't both be true at the same time.
Q: I hate him because he lacks empathy for others. Does this sound natural?
A: I think you could probably drop "for others", but it's still natural.
Q: What is empathy?
A: Empathy is the ability to feel/share emotions of people’s misfortune

An example would be if your friend said that their dog had died and you began to feel grief and sadness because you have also had experience with a pet dying
Q: What does 'empathy' mean? Does it mean we can relate to others' feelings? Or we can know their feelings by only knowing others' facial expression/body language?
A: It's the ability to relate to others' feelings. :)

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