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Empathy and Forgiveness Relationship Leyla Ulus

@inproceedings{Ulus2015EmpathyAF,
  title={Empathy and Forgiveness Relationship Leyla Ulus},
  author={Leyla Ulus},
  year={2015}
}
In recent years in which differences have increased and tolerance in inter-personal relationships has equally reduced in societies, the empathy and forgiveness concepts have started to gradually come to the forefront. Research carried out has revealed that there is a relevant relation between individuals’ forgiveness levels and their empathetic behaviours and the importance of these two concepts (Farrow et al., 2001; Macaskill, Maltby and Day, 2002; Kmiec, 2009; Norton, 2009). In this study, in… 

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