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Tip 1: Here are great tips to show compassion:

Tips from Natalie Clarke and Diane Reed Faist

  1. Be considerate
  2. Be affectionate, if appropriate
  3. Communicate in a warm way
  4. Show empathy
  5. Be selfless
  6. Practice acts of kindness
  7. Send a meaningful positive message
  8. Show unconditional love
  9. Care for animals
  10. Care for the environment
  11. Listen: When you listen to others and stop talking, it is amazing what can happen. We really need to listen to what they are saying (and sometimes even hear their silent message of the heart, when we really tune in)

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