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Being at Peace with the Pain of Others

relationship counseling, houston, txFor many people it can be difficult to be compassionate and present with the pain of others without avoiding it or trying to problem solve solutions to their pain. The reverse is also true.
An essential skill in relationships is learning how to be at peace with the pain of others. Being at peace and allowing someone to have pain without trying to fix it is an act of respect. By expressing your compassion and support you can deepen the connection you have in that relationship tremendously.
Neuropsychologist Rick Hansen, shared in this article, Just One Thing, tips on how to be open to the pain of others.

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