Tag: philosophy

What Exactly is Empathy? (Part 1)

After writing my first article sharing on empathy (Learning Empathy: Why Do We Need It?)  , I received with interest and gratitude a few warm replies on the interest at understanding about empathy from the different perspectives. Therefore I would like to draw from my different learning experiences to give a summary on how I
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Who Am I? On My Professional and Personal Philosophy Journey: Final Part 3

Original Location: http://corimuscounseling.blogspot.hk/2014/05/who-am-i-on-my-professional-and_18.html Part One: http://corimuscoun.wordpress.com/2014/06/26/who-am-i-on-my-professional-and-personal-philosophy-journey-part-one/ Part Two: http://corimuscoun.wordpress.com/2014/06/29/who-am-i-on-my-professional-and-personal-philosophy-journey-part-two/ Moving On: Then What?    Upon graduation I returned to my home country to reunite fully with my parents, with the passion that I could integrate my experiences with my professional counseling work. I re-resided in the family home (the common Eastern cultural practice that daughters
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Who Am I? On My Professional and Personal Philosophy Journey: Part Two

Part One: http://corimuscoun.wordpress.com/2014/06/26/who-am-i-on-my-professional-and-personal-philosophy-journey-part-one/ Originally From: http://corimuscounseling.blogspot.hk/2014/05/who-am-i-on-my-professional-and_5.html The questioning of “Being Self”    I was also aware of the rising voice of the missing inner piece – now looking back I can better postulate it as the suppression of turning to the personal and subjective meaning of being human, and the forced order to objectify and
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