Question: Which is an example of compassionate love?

The most clearly defined scholarly example of compassionate love is that of service or volunteering. Volunteering is considered a visible example of compassionate love, as it deliberately sets aside oneself to help others – very often, strangers or others with whom you have no direct or lasting ties.

What is the compassionate love?

Compassionate love is defined as awareness and understanding of ones suffering, connecting with the distress, and being emotionally and cognitively moved to alleviate suffering. The Compassionate Love Scale for Humanity (CLS-H) was developed to measure compassion towards strangers who need help and/or are vulnerable.

What is the difference between compassionate love and romantic love?

In a long-term relationship, passionate love typically simmers down to compassionate love within one to two years. People who are in compassionate love still feel passionate about one another, but the intensity typically feels less overwhelming and urgent.

Is infatuation a type of love?

There is a very big difference between infatuation and being in love. Infatuation is when you first see someone that you are attracted to and immediately feel there is a connection based on that whereas love is knowing the good and bad of someone and still loving them all the same.

How do I make compassionate love?

The most clearly defined scholarly example of compassionate love is that of service or volunteering. Volunteering is considered a visible example of compassionate love, as it deliberately sets aside oneself to help others – very often, strangers or others with whom you have no direct or lasting ties.

Is compassion a form of love?

Put simply, compassion is a concern for the welfare and well-being of others. Compassion does not necessarily require a focused love to exist but is often thought of as a form of love in and of itself: a love for humankind as a whole.

What are the qualities of a compassionate person?

Six Habits of Highly Compassionate PeopleBringing attention or awareness to recognizing that there is suffering (cognitive)Feeling emotionally moved by that suffering (affective)Wishing there to be relief from that suffering (intentional)A readiness to take action to relieve that suffering (motivational)Apr 24, 2018

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