Empathetic means to share your feelings with another person and another person with you. Being empathetic is to share any emotions you have with someone you trust.
Empathetic means to feel for somebody, to completely sympathise.
Me and my sister felt empathetic when she was getting married.
Both sentences use the word empathetic properly.
Having been through a divorce myself, I was empathetic to her situation.
A person who is empathetic can understand and relate to another person's feelings. She was empathetic when her neighbor's dog had died, and was able to provide some relief to the woman.
She's a wonderful social worker who is a great listener and very empathetic.
Tommy placed his hand on my shoulder,looking into his eyes I realized he was empathetic of my plight.
The opposite of mean (nasty, disagreeable) would be friendly, agreeable, or nice. The opposite of mean is to be harmonious, pleasant and empathetic. The opposite of the noun mean (an average) would be an extreme value.
I was empathetic for the girl who lost her leg. This means felling someone else's pain and feeling sorry for them.
empathetic. (from empathy): the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
Yes there is.
I have heard from a very smart friend that the correct term is "empathic." "Empathetic," according to him is the "bastardized" version of "empathic."
An empathetic person is a person who can understand what someone else is going through. They also can recognize and share emotions.
it means to do something with emotion
The root word for empathetic is empathy, meaning to understand how someone else feels; it's like walking a mile in their shoes.
The word probably means very little but some children are very people focused and recognise when they are down. This is described as intra-personal intelligence. Children generally are not massively empathetic as they are the most important thing. Equally some adults never develop the ability to be empathetic.
Educated, Charismatic, Empathetic.
a normal, empathetic, caring person?
The adjective form is empathetic.