How to Engage Empathy and Mindfulness in Difficult Conversations

Learn why empathy and mindfulness are crucial for navigating difficult conversations. In this video, I share a few tips for approaching challenging conversations so that it's easier to access the courage needed to be able to have deeper connections and intimacy with others.

👇 What is a strategy that helps you approach difficult conversations? Let me know in the comments below! 👇

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In this video, I share why empathy and mindfulness are so important in being able to authentically connect and relate to others. These skills allow us to better be able to step into another person's shoes so that we can understand where they're coming from – both their fears and their struggles. It's only through mindful listening, empathy, curiosity and the common goal of wanting a good relationship in the first place – can we hope to genuinely connect with others and get through difficult conversations.

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