On today’s InsideOut Forum Discussion Call (every Thursday morning at 6 am, Pacific, on 1-832-551-5100, ext. 173936 and all are welcome) we took on the formidable topic of feeling other people’s feeling and learning how to deal with it. We saw several patterns emerge: one is that we get angry or judgmental about other people’s feelings or toward them. We may not even know why we are feeling that way. Another coping method is to withdraw from others’ pain, going inside and avoiding dealing with it. And, finally, we understood that we often deny that another person is in pain, although it is obvious and we can feel it. This, also, allows us to avoid taking any action to help. Join us on our blog and add your comments and find out what we learned to do about it!