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Three Powerful Habits of Highly Compassionate People

February 3, 2022
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Don’t underestimate the power and strength of being compassionate. Just because a person is compassionate doesn’t mean they’re soft or weak. Compassionate people are confident, resilient, and even fearless.  

Here are a few habits and qualities of genuinely compassionate people. 

They Don’t Take Things Personally

Compassionate people know that life happens, and people make mistakes; sometimes, those mistakes create unfortunate outcomes. Compassionate people aren’t hardened by the “you made your bed now sleep in it” mentality. 

Compassionate people also know that other people’s mistakes can affect their lives, but they choose not to take it personally.  

They don’t internalize the matter, either – they don’t focus on their faults or shortcomings or on how foolish they night feel. They focus on the mistake or problem itself, which allows them to move forward.  

They Move Forward Quickly and Rebound

Genuinely compassionate people show compassion to others and themselves; they don’t make the issue or situation about themselves. 

They don’t overanalyze, worry needlessly, or complain about their problems. They focus on creative solutions and what they can do right now and then move forward accordingly. 

Compassionate people are self-compassionate. They don’t punish themselves emotionally, wallow in self-pity, or engage in sympathy-seeking behavior because they care too much about their lives and happiness.

They Are Solution-Focused 

Compassionate people are resourceful and find solutions to improve people’s lives and situations; they are amazing problem solvers because they can walk in other people’s shoes. This ability has many benefits:

  • Compassionate people are deeply empathetic, especially in relationships, making them keen problem solvers. 
  • When it comes to business, compassionate people can feel their client’s struggles and pain points, which helps them to serve with empathy and find creative solutions.
  • Socially, compassionate people are approachable because they engender confidence and trust; people are drawn to them because they feel safe.  
  • Compassionate people can listen in ways that make people feel truly understood and sense deeper issues when something is being held back.  

Compassionate people have a heart for others and what they’re going through because they have a gift for feeling and knowing what they are experiencing. 

Compassion is nothing short of a superpower.

Compassion is magnetic. It’s a beautiful trait that attracts people, which helps compassionate people excel in personal relationships and business. 

Compassionate people are not weak. In fact, they’re among the strongest people on the planet. 

Think about your life. Where are some areas you can be more compassionate to yourself? And where can you start demonstrating more compassion to others? 

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