You don’t have to fix it

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  • It helps build empathy.
  • It helps us to structure our support in a way that doesn’t make everything about us. When we listen to someone without offering advice, examples from our life and without judging, we truly make it about the other person.
  • It helps validate the other person’s experience.

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