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How to experience and nurture compersion in your relationships0:00 Introduction and host chat
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If you don’t feel compersion, how do you develop the capacity to experience it.
- Compersion is the non-sexual joy you feel in seeing joy in others. It’s empathy, and you likely experience it all the time. If you’ve ever been happy for a friend at their wedding or joyful that your kid won their soccer game, you’ve felt compersion.
- Start noticing and naming the compersion you feel already. If insecurity or jealousy are blocking you from feeling it in your poly relationships, try some of our jealousy/insecurity exercises, such as Discuss, Distract, Do and And Then What.
- Consider compersion a muscle that you can exercise. Practice it mentally. For example, try experiencing feeling empathy/compersion when your metamour wins a video game.
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- S shares a story of her metamour saving their life
- R finds strength and courage to pursue polyamory
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