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Exercise to Build Empathy in Your Relationship

Exercise to Build Empathy in Your Relationship

On separate pieces of paper, write your answers to the following questions. Don't help each other or share your responses until the end.

  1. What makes your partner happy? How do they act when happy? Are there words or gestures they use to indicate their mood?
  2. What makes your partner angry? How do they show their anger - or how can you tell that they're mad even if they don't show it?
  3. Describe your partner's favorite foods, music, books, movies, podcasts/radio programs, and TV shows.

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