Psy Week 3 Checkpoint 1

Psy Week 3 Checkpoint 1 - 2. CheckPoint: Empathy Exercise...

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2. CheckPoint: Empathy Exercise Animosity often exists because people are unwilling or unable to see the world or a single experience from the perspective of another person. People often make snap judgments based on the first thing they see or hear about a person. Consider a person in your life, a neighbor or coworker about whom you have negative feelings. Think about how you formed those feelings. Post a 200- to 300-word response to the following: If you found out you were wrong, would you be willing to change the opinion you have held? Would you be willing to make an effort to change the basic relationship? What were the circumstances that created the snap judgment? How might you make the effort to change the basic relationship? A couple of years ago I was faced with a coworker that I did not particularly care for and just downright did not like. The reasons for not liking this young girl were personal and looking back I know that I was being very judgmental and had no right to judge her. We worked close together in proximity but had no real reason to communicate. This girl had a picture of a little girl on her desk and I knew that this was her daughter. From the sounds of it the child was about three years old. The lady that I worked with rarely spoke of the child and was always talking about
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