Empathy begins with awareness of another person's feelings. It would be easier to be aware of other people's emotions if they would simply tell us how they felt. Empathy has little to do with the other person (the empathee). It is simply the result of conditioning and socialization. EMPATHY is often confused with sympathy in Washington and derided as a trait of bleeding-heart liberals. But whereas sympathy can be uninformed?"I could never imagine what she is going through"?empathy is the ability to identify with the experiences and feelings of another person.
Empathy can be employed as a communication skill. Empathy can allow great communicators to sense the emotions of an audience and is the mutual understanding and inspiration communicated to the audience. Empathy suggests you?re in it with them, you can imagine what it is to be in their shoes, and you are together with them in emotional turmoil and loss. Even the best people in the world may have a hard time expressing true empathy. Empathy is our ability to recognize and identify with the concerns other people have. In short, it is our capacity to care for others besides ourselves.
Empathy in this context is more specifically understood as a phenomenon of “inner imitation,” where my mind mirrors the mental activities or experiences of another person based on the observation of his bodily activities or facial expressions. Empathy is ultimately based on an innate disposition for motor mimicry, a fact that is well established in the psychological literature and was already noticed by Adam Smith (1853). Empathy comes to play because sadness is not just tears but an entire set of circumstances.  Empathy is accepted as a widespread phenomenon in the animal world, manifested in such behaviors as flocking, schooling, and mobbing. 
Empathy building demands that you live the life of your users and hear what they are saying, even if their interests and values are different from yours. Research efforts at Ziba have included playing basketball with college students in China, asking DJs in Berlin to show us their record collections, and doing laundry with Mumbai housewives. Empathy is a special utility allowing you to password-protect any executable file. Empathy can modify an EXE file so that it will require a password to run. Empathy and trust are a platform for effective understanding, communication and relationships. Empathy and trust are essential to develop solutions, win and retain business, and avoiding or diffusing conflict.
Empathy reaches the consumer at a deeper level when it is carried into your guarantee and customer service policies. Statements like “100% guarantee' don't hack it anymore. Empathy can quickly find themselves causing more damage to themselves than their target. Human enemies will usually cease attacking, while NPCs will ignore the hex and attack through it. Empathy can be used for bad purposes also. 
Empathy is inherent in most people, and certain activities can increase empathy, or at least cooperation, between people. One key to empathy is to understand suffering , first in yourself, then in others. Empathy is a scientific term in a way that evil isn't. You can try to localize it in the brain; you can look for which part of brain is activated. Empathy enables teachers and other educators to grasp the particular problems and needs of students. 
Empathy is the number one factor for competitive advantage. When dealing with people you are always dealing with emotions. Empathy is a hot topic all over cognitive psychology, yes, but also in comparative psychology as well. Some are arguing (and I tend to agree) that empathy isn't simply a human psychological construct, but an evolutionary trait that leads social animals toward adaptability. Empathy is a perfect example of usage regression. It has most of the features and usability of Pidgin, but it is missing something.
Empathy is the ability to feel another person’s emotions as if they are your own. In many ways, being empathic is a gift, because it allows you to fully experience, understand, and support others. Empathy probably evolved in the context of the parental care that characterizes all mammals. Signaling their state through smiling and crying, human infants urge their caregiver to take action. Empathy is a messaging program which supports text, voice, and video chat and file transfers over many different protocols. Empathy uses Telepathy for protocol support and has an user interface based on Gossip.
Empathy is different from pity, sympathy, compassion or everyday kindness. If you see a homeless beggar under a bridge you may feel sorry for him and give him some money as you pass by. Empathy has as its goal imagining how it feels to be in another person's situation. Outside medicine, imagining how an experience feels is similar to daydreaming or fantasizing.
Understand that they are doing the best they can given the circumstances. Understand their fears and coping skills. Understanding people?s feelings? There just didn?t seem to be a role for it in my life.
Personally, I tread fairly carefully about how I express my empathy, because in a multicultural, neurodiverse society, I am sensitive to the fact that a response that might work for one person might not work for another. Given my own sensory and emotional sensitivities, I make no assumptions about what another person might need. Personas are a challenging topic. The connected flower-child type marketers love to relate to their visitors in a personal way, but personas turn human insights into strategies and tactics.
Empathy is thought to be unique to higher primates, possibly to humans alone. We report the modulation of pain sensitivity in mice produced solely by exposure to their cagemates, but not to strangers, in pain. Empathy is the ability to feel and comprehend other people's emotions. An empathic person performs an active effort to get in tune with another person, leaving out personal aptitudes such as sympathy, antipathy, fondness and moral judgements. Empaths have a unique healing ability. They are said to be able to use their power to heal people, by using the Empath's intimate knowledge of what the person is feeling or has gone through and offering them advice or comfort.
Empaths and psychics are easily susceptible to feelings of suffering and distress. The illness of others may manifest in the Empaths own body in the same place while emotional distress may manifest itself as depression. Empathetic listening is the key to being influential. It’s not enough to be smart and well-researched and just plain right, even (especially) when you have the evidence to prove it.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales, Australia, teamed up to investigate whether physiological responses to emotions correlate with emotional empathy in a group of adults with severe TBI and a group of healthy control participants. After determining the emotional empathy abilities of the participants by questionnaire, the researchers measured activation of their facial muscles and sweat glands, in response to happy and angry facial expressions, using facial electromyography (EMG) and skin conductance. Researchers then looked at A1c and LDL results for 891 diabetics whom the doctors treated. Among patients who had doctors with high empathy scores, 56% had an A1c test result below 7% and 59% had an LDL test below 100.
Perhaps a glance at your partner's parents might also reveal what you will look like in a couple of decades.  Perhaps the musical performance paradigm is helping to drive a profound shift even from the AAA mass market side in the kinds of emotional experiences that games aim to provide to players. As Jenova Chen said in his Develop 2009 talk , "Sometimes hard fun is your enemy," said Chen, "but it’s too easy to try and make a hard, fun game, as it’s almost all we know.". Perhaps that is just his style; perhaps it suggests that his real objective is to advance leftist objectives like government takeover of medicine, not to improve the lot of working Americans. Be that as it may, the fact that Bachmann is an unusually empathetic person positions her, perhaps uniquely, to take that particular approach to Obama’s failures.