4 Suggestions to improve your compassion

1. Say how you feel

Literally say, “I feel angry/sad/confused” when you are. It will allow others to help and show compassion to calm you and it will allow you to think at a higher cognitive level — helping you to process it at a high level.

2. Regularly reflect

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