Learn to cope with others’ feelings.


  1. Instead of fixing others’ problems, take a moment to feel their discomfort.
    When someone faces hardships, they may not always need you to be the fixer and come up with a solution. Sit down with them and encourage them to feel their discomfort.

  2. Treat people with respect.
    Instead of regarding others’ suffering as a sign of weakness, show them you still acknowledge their self-worth.

  3. Set clear boundaries.
    Communicating to someone what bothers you in terms of their approach does not make you a bad person. It’s fine for someone to disagree with you, but they don’t need to ridicule your beliefs.


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