To quote one of Mariah Carey's most popular songs, "There's a hero, if you look inside your heart, you don't have to be afraid of who you are." True but sometimes when you do look inside, it's still hard to feel things. What do you do? According to these psychologists and self-help experts, the answer lies in being "outrospective."
Roman Krznaric, the founder of The School Of Life, believes that developing a strong sense of empathy for others and the world around us is the true path to happiness. He says it's "about stepping outside yourself and discovering who you are and how to live by looking at the world from the perspective of other people."
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And, how do we do that exactly? By allowing ourselves to feel the entire spectrum of human emotions. Even the ones you hate. As psychotherapist Dr. Joe Burgo explains, "If you can't bear sadness and grief yourself, then you'll