sympathy means: Compassion is a feeling of sympathy or pity for another person’s distress; it can also be called complicity. isynonymi: strong pitystrong. (in Merlin Dictionary)

What else does sympathy mean?

  • A expression of this feeling. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • People can feel or understand each other. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • Support or agreement with a position or opinion. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • An urge to back a particular position or view. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • An affinity or relationship between two things that has the same effect on both. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • Relationship between two bodies, where vibrations from one body can cause sympathetic vibrations from another. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • These are some of the ways that empathy and sympathy differ from one another: The helper will be touched by sympathy He/She will help in his/her own comfort zone Performs a quick assessment of the individual’s needs. Many will be upset if it is made clear that they are not welcome or able to help after long-standing buildup. He or she may feel like the mentor or superior Empathy is the key to helping others: Relationships with the individual on a personal level Forges a strong emotional connection with your loved one on multiple levels The ability to view the world from the perspective of the individual. Considers each person as an equal and “walks in their shoes”. They should not be mixed up. Sympathy is the act of showing empathy to someone in distress. It can sometimes be misinterpreted, particularly in situations where most people aren’t used to handling. Teachers, therapists and parents are likely to offer this type of help for a person who is very troubled or upset. They could still learn to communicate effectively if they were open to stepping outside of their comfort zone. Many people confuse them despite these vast differences. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Magdalena Crespo)
  • An alphabetical word that falls between the words **** or syphillis in the dictionary. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Dominique Bishop)
  • 2. to be concerned about the feelings of someone else when they are experiencing sadness, or other negative emotions due to a difficult situation. 2. Two or more people share a common goal, an interest, or an opinion. To feel supported for someone or something (in Slang Dictionary, added by JordalCredal)
  • Major Payne found it in the dictionary, somewhere between **** & syphilis. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Bridger Little)
  • Sympathy can be described as a form of compassion that is equivalent to phoniness. Sympathy can be a counterfeit coin. It’s a fake coin. This is easy and sentimental, but it lacks genuineness. It is common for someone to become ill or lose his job or get injured. This can be due to their stupidity, attentiveness, or destructive tendencies. In other words, they will ask for your sympathy. This is best described as codependent behavior. If you really want to support someone you will offer empathy and compassion. Since they’re often incompatible, sympathy can make honesty seem a bit shaky. You’ll often find sympathy between the words **** or syphilus in the dictionary. This is worse than giving nothing. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Reddow2Heyday)