Use Compassionate Empathy
Erica Tatum-Sheade (01:32):
So when we hear it, we can heal it. The final thing we need to remember is to use our hands. You know, when our kids were young and they were learning how to walk, you know, we didn't just grab their hand and drag them along the way. You know, we sat across from them and we reached out our hands and we said, you got this, but just in case you fall, I'm here to catch you. I'm here to support you as our kids grow older and they're experiencing new things. If they're overwhelmed with emotion, if they're overwhelmed with their thoughts, if they're overwhelmed with just all of these feelings that are coming at them really fast, it's important to remember that we need to reach out our hands and say, you got this, but just in case, I'm here to catch you. If you fall, we need to be that stabilizing support.
Erica Tatum-Sheade (02:20):
So they understand no matter what, they have a place to land, they have someone who uses compassionate empathy. They have someone who truly hears them and understands the needs that they're trying to get met. But if we can provide a place of, of foundation of like, yes, this is hard, but yes, I'm here. And I'll walk through this with you. I know this is overwhelming, but I'll help you get through this. Then our kids can learn to how our kids can learn, how to regulate our job is to offer the compassion, the empathy, and truly hearing what they're trying to, what they're trying to express to us, and then be that solid foundation of what it looks like to be, to regulate our emotions. What it looks like to have empathy and compassion, what it looks like to, to feel when someone else is feeling.
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