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What words that mean putting yourself in someone else's shoes?
empathetic. (from empathy): the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
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That is a complicated subject; If you mean in the psychic sense, then I suggest www.psipog.com if you mean in the psychological sense (if you have a social condition… like Aspergers, for instance) I suggest reading the book 'The Definative Guide to Body Language' and 'The art of the pantomime'
You can only sell a car if it is titled in your name or if you have paid for the title with intentions to resell and have proof of purchase to protect yourself.
Is it possible to have your parents deemed unfit parents and get yourself emanipated and be adopted by someone else's parents when your fifteen in Oklahoma?
Go to an orphanage
maybe if you asked real nice . maybe if you asked real nice .
I can express and use my rights to any extent so long as my actions do not violate your rights.
It means to put yourself in an individual's place in a situation. To say it without using the same words -- it means to imagine how the other person feels in a situation, to …sympathize or empathize with them.
To continue or more of.
being nosy or intrusive
Shame on you! That's illegal!
If you give credit in your own writing, it's not plagiarism. I assume you really mean someone else's IDEAS, not IDEALS.
Ask them to do it if not legal action can be taken since you control your own images. May be reportable to the site if not removed as well.
vicarious: Experienced in the imagination through the feelings or actions of another person.
Dress fancy, like you would for a wedding. For women/girls: A pretty,formal dress any color, fancy shoes, maybe some hair accessories. For men/boys: A button down shirt with d…ressed slacks, maybe a tie and a jacket.
no not that i know, my dad had bad credit so he put it in my grandmas name
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