|LC Classifications||HV530 .M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||61007465|
Compassion is a book that says no to a compassion of guilt and failure and yes to a compassionate love that pervades our spirit and moves us to action. Henri Nouwen, Donald McNeill, and Douglas Morrison have written a moving document on what it means to be a Christian in a difficult by: This book was written by a Christian standpoint and includes chapters like recovery. compassion, rehab, friendship, and the healing effects of counseling. The book focused mostly on the addiction of prescription pain killers/5. Teaching Empathy gives educators the tools to teach the pro-social skill of empathy to help create a culture of caring in their schools.. Teaching Empathy has four sections. •Section 1, Teaching Empathetically: When Teachers Make Connections—helps educators learn to connect with their students; model pro-social skills; and build trusting relationships through storytelling, symbolic /5(5). The book “Compassion and Self-Hate: An Alternative to Despair,” by Theodore Rubin, is a great book for freeing yourself from destructive behaviors. Dr. Rubin is a psychiatrist who offers practical and reassuring advice for helping people break those negative emotional and mental attitudes that may be holding them back in life.
If the Church is to be an effective agent of compassion and justice, Robert Lupton notes, we must change our mission strategies. In this compelling book, Lupton asks the tough questions about service providing and community building to help ministries enhance their effectiveness/5. The Teaching Empathy resource set (book and CD) focuses on teaching the pro-social skill of empathy by naming and practicing it, and by modeling and encouraging it. The four sections of this resource set will help you build a culture of caring in your school: 1. Teaching With Empathy: Connect with students, model pro-social skills, and build trusting relationships /5(5). by Phillip Hoose and Hannah Hoose, illustrated by Debbie Tilley This book is an absolute winner for fostering discussions around compassion and understanding. When a boy comes across an ant on the sidewalk and lifts his shoe to squish it, the ant quickly speaks up to make the case for why his life should be spared. Compassion & Choices envisions a society that affirms life and accepts the inevitability of death, embraces expanded treatment options for compassionate dying, and empowers everyone to choose end-of-life care that reflects their values, priorities, and beliefs.
Compassion and Community: Ordinary People with an Extraordinary Dream by Barrie Thomas (, Paperback). What is an example of compassion many examples of compassion in this book. but allow the story that Ewell fell on his own knife to be the story that will be shared with the community. The book makes a case that organizations and businesses do best when they pay attention to the emotional needs of their workers and show compassion for them. Why we need compassion at work According to surveys of workers, suffering is rampant in work settings. In a Compassionate Community, the needs of all the inhabitants of that community are recognized and met, the well-being of the entire community is a priority, and all people and living things are treated with respect. More simply, in a Compassionate Community, people are motivated by compassion to take responsibility for and care for each other.