"Psychopathy may not be so much the incapacity to empathise
, but a reduced propensity to empathise
paired with a preserved capacity to empathise
when required to do so."
Although I said I can now empathise
with other teams, that doesn't mean I like it.
The researchers reckon that fear and anxiety trigger the release of a chemical that makes other people empathise
Corbett said: "I can empathise
with the devastation that comes with losing a child."
"Also mums who have breast-fed can relate to them and empathise
with their concerns."
Many of us will empathise
with her determination to complete her card-writing.
Most of us would find it very difficult to empathise
with someone who can equate hunting the fox with the mass murder of 6,000,000 Jews.
After watching her waste away, I can totally empathise
with Mr Pretty."The disease which took hold of Mrs Thompson weakened her limbs, forced her into a wheelchair and took away her ability to hold a teacup or even swallow.
I COULD empathise
with your reader who is struggling to make her marriage work after her husband's affair (Dear Coleen, Sept 14).
As always, my suggestion in this kind of situation is that, rather than ostracise or shun your daughter for her s3xual preference, you need to empathise
and pray with her, keep on loving and communicating with her and hope for the best.
Anyone who has experienced the humorous wasteland of Southern England will empathise
with my being starved of northern wit.
ALTHOUGH I empathise
with Lorne Jackson, I do feel that some of his comments on Bob Geldof were over the top.