By Sam Goldstein, Robert Brooks
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I felt so stupid. I just walked away. I hate them, Mom. ” Mrs. Jones opened her mouth to speak as she had done so many times before, but she recognized that offering a solution, telling Jane what to do about her problems with friends, was having little effect in improving Jane’s social relations. She decided at that moment to enlist Jane’s help in arriving at possible solutions. She knew that to develop a resilient mindset, Jane needed experience in learning how to deal with problems. Mrs. Jones replied, “There may be a couple of things to do.
We asked Mrs. Branston to examine her reactions to her son, and when she did, she began to realize that she was overreacting to his behavior and clearly not responding, even in small part, with empathy. ” However within a few weeks, she linked her lack of empathy to her childhood experiences. She remembered that her older brother, with whom she got along quite well in their adult years, continually taunted her when they were children. When she sought protection from her parents, their typical retort was, “You’re too sensitive.
Her mother, Mrs. Sailor, piped up, “You don’t have friends because you don’t know how to treat people. ” Lucy slouched in her chair, appearing sullen and angry. She murmured, “You always have to tell me what I’m doing wrong. You never listen to what I have to say. ” Mrs. Sailor’s intentions were good. She wanted her daughter to assume at least some responsibility for her lack of friendships. However, the tone of her voice, her choice of words, and her lack of empathy led her away from this goal and served simply to increase the tension between them.