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givinghealthylife.com this makes him feel empathetic, as he is now able to walk in his shoes.

3. Feel what others feel
The imaginative game or the intended game is about being something that you are not. When a child acts as a teacher, doctor and architect, and goes through all the processes that these characters experience regularly, he comes to know how he feels. One can only understand another person's feelings when going through the same process. Through the intended play, a child becomes able to see life from the point of view of another person and this makes him feel empathetic.

4. Take care of the feelings of others
Children do stupid things at times, like hitting an animal and enjoying it. They do so because of a lack of awareness of the fact that other living beings have feelings. While playing outdoors, especially in a playground, the children meet and greet their classmates and colleagues, and cooperate with them in the game. When an unfavorable event occurs, such as an injury to a partner, he feels what his friend would feel and helps him cover his wounds.

Similarly, there are cats and dogs wandering in some playgrounds. I remember taking my daughter to the shadow structure in San Diego and she interacted with some cute cats there and started hitting her. I told him how we feel wounded with wounds and wounds; the animals can also feel the same. In this way, she learned to feel empathy and I did not see her hitting an animal again since then.

5. Respect the choice of the other
It happens quite often in a playground that a child wants to play a game while another wants to experience something else. When two children of different game options interact, they respect the selection of each one. Never, in my experience, had I seen children struggling to force each other to play a particular game. Each child has the freedom to play what they like, and this, I believe, is the key to learning empathy.

6. Achieve a common goal
A group has a common goal and each member tries harder to achieve it. One day I saw some children playing the puzzle together and everyone was struggling to complete it and they were doing their best. givinghealthylife.com/
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