How to practice compassion

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado], 13th edition, by Nathan A. Strait

  1. (2017) International consensus principles for ethical wildlife control [d]
  2. (2017) Fostering self-compassion and loving-kindness in patients with borderline personality disorder: a randomized pilot study [p] [d]
  3. (2017) The compassionate treatment of animals: a contemporary Buddhist approach in eastern Tibet [d]
  4. (2017) The compassionate achiever: how helping others fuels success [i]
  5. (2017) How to create a vegan world: a pragmatic approach [i]
  6. (2017) Developing empathy: a biopsychosocial approach to understanding compassion for therapists and parents [i]
  7. (2016) A methodology of loving kindness: how interpersonal neurobiology, compassion and transference can inform researcher–participant encounters and storytelling [d]
  8. (2016) Self-compassion in psychotherapy: mindfulness-based practices for healing and transformation [i]
  9. (2016) Voracious science & vulnerable animals: a primate scientist's ethical journey [i]
  10. (2016) Promoting caring: mindfulness- and compassion-based contemplative training for educators and students [i] [d]
  11. (2016) Anger and forgiveness: resentment, generosity, justice [i]
  12. (2016) Vegetarianism and animal ethics in contemporary Buddhism [i]
  13. (2015) Compassion and emptiness in early Buddhist meditation [i]
  14. (2015) World suffering and quality of life [i] [d]
  15. (2015) Simple self-care for therapists: restorative practices to weave through your workday [i]
  16. (2015) How to forgive your boss or anyone who has done you wrong [i]
  17. (2015) 8 keys to forgiveness [i]
  18. (2015) Religious and moral hybridity of vegetarian activism at farm animal sanctuaries [i] [d]
  19. (2015) The right to be loved [i] [d]
  20. (2015) Through the flames: overcoming disaster through compassion, patience, and determination [i]
  21. (2015) The upside of stress: why stress is good for you, and how to get good at it [i]
  22. (2015) Violent criminality and self-compassion [d]
  23. (2015) Self-compassion, a better alternative to rumination than distraction as a response to negative mood [d]
  24. (2015) Sadness: the wound of love [u]
  25. (2015) The psychology of compassion and cruelty: understanding the emotional, spiritual, and religious influences [i]
  26. (2015) The roots of goodness and resistance to evil: inclusive caring, moral courage, altruism born of suffering, active bystandership, and heroism [i]
  27. (2015) Forgiveness and health: scientific evidence and theories relating forgiveness to better health [i] [d]
  28. (2014) When nature and nurture collide: early childhood trauma, adult crime, and the limits of criminal law [i]
  29. (2014) The sociology of caregiving [i] [d]
  30. (2014) Clients' hope arises from social workers' compassion: African American youths' perspectives on surmounting the obstacles of disadvantage [d]
  31. (2014) The origins and nature of compassion focused therapy [d]
  32. (2014) Teaching compassion: humane education in early childhood [i] [d]
  33. (2014) My gentle barn: creating a sanctuary where animals heal and children learn to hope [i]
  34. (2014) Toward more compassionate healthcare systems: comment on 'Enabling compassionate healthcare: perils, prospects and perspectives' [p] [d]
  35. (2014) The good life: wellbeing and the new science of altruism, selfishness and immorality [i]
  36. (2014/2016) A plea for the animals: the moral, philosophical, and evolutionary imperative to treat all beings with compassion [i]
  37. (2014) Guardians of the Earth: teaching children to care for all living things [i] [d]
  38. (2014) The ACT practitioner's guide to the science of compassion: tools for fostering psychological flexibility [i]
  39. (2014) Circles of compassion: essays connecting issues of justice [i]
  40. (2013) Ignoring nature no more: the case for compassionate conservation [i] [d]
  41. (2013) Variation in emotion and cognition among fishes [d]
  42. (2013) Zooland: the institution of captivity [i]
  43. (2013) Conceptualizing and experiencing compassion [p] [d]
  44. (2013) Second victim: error, guilt, trauma, and resilience [i]
  45. (2013) Requiem for roadkill: death and denial on America's roads [i]
  46. (2013) Care and companionism: animal ethics at the end of life [u]
  47. (2013) Training in compassion: Zen teachings on the practice of Lojong [i]
  48. (2013) Caring and well-being: a lifeworld approach [i]
  49. (2013) The art of communicating [i]
  50. (2013) Therapist stories of inspiration, passion, and renewal: what's love got to do with it? [i]
  51. (2013) Differentiation-based models of forgivingness, mental health and social justice commitment: mediator effects for differentiation of self and humility [d]
  52. (2013) A review of client self-criticism in psychotherapy [d]
  53. (2013) Anthropological perspectives on ignoring nature [i] [d]
  54. (2013) How caregivers can create a 'culture of gentleness' [u]
  55. (2013) The global guide to animal protection [i]
  56. (2013) Zoo animal welfare [i] [d]
  57. (2013) How to get over procrastination in a day [u]
  58. (2013/2015) Altruism: the power of compassion to change yourself and the world [i]
  59. (2013) Are the misinformed more punitive?: beliefs and misconceptions in forensic psychology [d]
  60. (2013) The joy of pain: schadenfreude and the dark side of human nature [i]
  61. (2013) Venturing beyond the tyranny of small differences: the animal protection movement, conservation, and environmental education [i] [d]
  62. (2013) Compassion training alters altruism and neural responses to suffering [p] [d]
  63. (2013) A systems view on revenge and forgiveness systems [d]
  64. (2013) Transforming negative reactions to clients: from frustration to compassion [i]
  65. (2013) Forgiveness and reconciliation in emotionally focused therapy for couples: the client change process and therapist interventions [d]
  66. (2012) Understanding individual compassion in organizations: the role of appraisals and psychological flexibility [d]
  67. (2012) Recognising the time–space dimensions of care: caringscapes and carescapes [d]
  68. (2012) Self-compassion increases self-improvement motivation [d]
  69. (2012) Daring greatly: how the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent, and lead [i]
  70. (2012) 'Forgiveness isn't a simple process: it's a vast undertaking': negotiating and communicating forgiveness in nonvoluntary family relationships [d]
  71. (2012) Extending the purposes of science education: addressing violence within socio-economic disadvantaged communities [d]
  72. (2012) Fostering compassionate attitudes and the amelioration of aggression through a science class [d]
  73. (2012) Building sustainable peace and compassionate community [i] [d]
  74. (2012) Effects of mindful-attention and compassion meditation training on amygdala response to emotional stimuli in an ordinary, non-meditative state [d]
  75. (2012) Only human: exploring the nature of weakness in authentic leadership [d]
  76. (2012) The forgiving organization: a multilevel model of forgiveness at work [d]
  77. (2012) Wisdom and compassion in psychotherapy: deepening mindfulness in clinical practice [i]
  78. (2012) An environmental pedagogy of care: emotion, relationships, and experience in higher education ethics learning [d]
  79. (2012) Challenging the norm of self-interest: minority influence and transitions to helping norms in work units [d]
  80. (2012) The moral dyad: a fundamental template unifying moral judgment [d]
  81. (2012) The compassionate-mind guide to managing your anger: using compassion-focused therapy to calm your rage and heal your relationships [i]
  82. (2012) Care and possibility: enacting an ethic of care through narrative practice [d]
  83. (2012) Emergent organizational capacity for compassion [d]
  84. (2012) Venturing for others with heart and head: how compassion encourages social entrepreneurship [d]
  85. (2012) Forgiveness and love [i]
  86. (2012) Friends with benefits: social support and its relevance for farm animal welfare [d]
  87. (2012) Vegan is love: having heart and taking action [i]
  88. (2012) Parenting and beyond: common neurocircuits underlying parental and altruistic caregiving [d]
  89. (2012) Palliative care and hospice: advancing the science of comfort, affirming the art of caring [i] [d]
  90. (2011) Palliative care: a place for caregivers to thrive [d]
  91. (2011) 'Pray for those who mistreat you': effects of prayer on anger and aggression [d]
  92. (2011) The blame game: how the hidden rules of credit and blame determine our success or failure [i]
  93. (2011) Education for animal welfare [i] [d]
  94. (2011) Compassion and healing in medicine and society: on the nature and use of attachment solutions to separation challenges [i]
  95. (2011) Bullies have enhanced moral competence to judge relative to victims, but lack moral compassion [d]
  96. (2011) Ethics and animals: an introduction [i] [d]
  97. (2011) Plants as persons: a philosophical botany [i]
  98. (2011) The compassionate-mind guide to building social confidence: using compassion-focused therapy to overcome shyness and social anxiety [i]
  99. (2011) Call to compassion: reflections on animal advocacy from the world's religions [i]
  100. (2011) The battle for compassion: ethics in an apathetic universe [i]
  101. (2011) What Tashi taught me: 'petagogy' and the education of emotions [u]
  102. (2011) Self-compassion: stop beating yourself up and leave insecurity behind [i]
  103. (2011) Self-compassion, self-regulation, and health [d]
  104. (2011) Compassionate reappraisal and emotion suppression as alternatives to offense-focused rumination: implications for forgiveness and psychophysiological well-being [d]
  105. (2010) The animal manifesto: six reasons for expanding our compassion footprint [i]
  106. (2010) Tattoos on the heart: the power of boundless compassion [i]
  107. (2010) Can compassionate practice also be good legal practice?: answers from the lives of Buddhist lawyers [u]
  108. (2010) When strangers call: a consideration of care, justice, and compassion [d]
  109. (2010) Care and compromise: developing a conceptual framework for work-related stress [d]
  110. (2010) Compassionate, spiritual, and creative listening in teaching and learning [u]
  111. (2010) Roles, caring and learning to teach science [d]
  112. (2010) The compassionate mind: a new approach to life's challenges [i]
  113. (2010) An introduction to compassion focused therapy in cognitive behavior therapy [d]
  114. (2010) Compassion focused therapy: distinctive features [i]
  115. (2010) Compassion: an evolutionary analysis and empirical review [d]
  116. (2010) Mass trauma and emotional healing around the world: rituals and practices for resilience and meaning-making [i]
  117. (2010) Characteristics of compassion: portraits of exemplary physicians [i]
  118. (2010) Having less, giving more: the influence of social class on prosocial behavior [d]
  119. (2010) The psychotherapist's path: psychotherapy practice as Buddhist practice [u]
  120. (2010) Two cups of tea: building community through self-compassion [u]
  121. (2009) Teaching kindness: the promise of humane education [d]
  122. (2009) The problems with blaming [i] [u]
  123. (2009) Compassion [i] [d]
  124. (2009) Compassion and professional care: exploring the domain [d]
  125. (2009) Compassion and mindfulness in research among colleagues [d]
  126. (2009) Vegetarianism, sentimental or ethical? [d]
  127. (2009) Developmental levels of conceptions of compassion in the ethical decision-making of Western Buddhist practitioners [d]
  128. (2009) Seeking our place in the web of life: animals and human spirituality [d]
  129. (2009) The science of compassionate love: theory, research, and applications [i]
  130. (2009) Emotional memory, mindfulness and compassion [i] [d]
  131. (2009) Consequences of compassion: an interpretation and defense of Buddhist ethics [i]
  132. (2009) Buddha's brain: the practical neuroscience of happiness, love & wisdom [i]
  133. (2009) No enemy to conquer: forgiveness in an unforgiving world [i]
  134. (2009) Neural correlates of admiration and compassion [d]
  135. (2009) Effective apology: mending fences, building bridges, and restoring trust [i]
  136. (2009) Forgiveness in spite of denial, revisionism, and injustice [i] [d]
  137. (2009) Forgiveness and reconciliation: psychological pathways to conflict transformation and peace building [i] [d]
  138. (2009) Caregiving: the odyssey of becoming more human [p] [d]
  139. (2009) Putting others in the center [i]
  140. (2009) Tacit knowledge of caring and embodied selfhood [d]
  141. (2009) Heresies of the heart: developing emotional wisdom [i]
  142. (2009) Forgiveness and reconciliation: essential to sustaining human development [i] [d]
  143. (2009) Psychology of liberation: theory and applications [i]
  144. (2009) Self-compassion [i]
  145. (2009) Wired to care: how companies prosper when they create widespread empathy [i]
  146. (2009) Negative emotional reactions to project failure and the self-compassion to learn from the experience [d]
  147. (2009) Neurobiology of empathy and callousness: implications for the development of antisocial behavior [d]
  148. (2009) Coping through emotional approach: emerging evidence for the utility of processing and expressing emotions in responding to stressors [i] [d]
  149. (2009) Transforming 'apathy into movement': the role of prosocial emotions in motivating action for social change [d]
  150. (2009) Compassion in psychotherapy: the perspective of therapists nominated as compassionate [d]
  151. (2009) Dialogical journal writing as 'self-therapy': 'I matter' [d]
  152. (2008) The zen of helping: spiritual principles for mindful and open-hearted practice [i]
  153. (2008) Mindfulness, compassion, and the police in America: an essay of hope [u]
  154. (2008) Not so innocent: does seeing one's own capability for wrongdoing predict forgiveness? [d]
  155. (2008) Differential effects of emotion-focused therapy and psychoeducation in facilitating forgiveness and letting go of emotional injuries [d]
  156. (2008) Encyclopedia of love in world religions [i]
  157. (2008) Contemporary geographies of exclusion I: traversing Skid Road [d]
  158. (2008) Hold me tight: seven conversations for a lifetime of love [i]
  159. (2008) Power, distress, and compassion: turning a blind eye to the suffering of others [d]
  160. (2008) Paths to interpersonal forgiveness: the roles of personality, disposition to forgive and contextual factors in predicting forgiveness following a specific offence [d]
  161. (2008) Capuchin monkeys are sensitive to others' welfare [d]
  162. (2008) The contours and consequences of compassion at work [d]
  163. (2008) Regulation of the neural circuitry of emotion by compassion meditation: effects of meditative expertise [d]
  164. (2008) Women's reflections on the complexities of forgiveness [i]
  165. (2008) Compassionate mind training with people who hear malevolent voices: a case series report [d]
  166. (2008) Moral distress reconsidered [d]
  167. (2008) Self-compassion: moving beyond the pitfalls of a separate self-concept [i] [d]
  168. (2008) Ethics of compassion: bridging ethical theory and religious moral discourse [i]
  169. (2008) Ritual: the final expression of care [d]
  170. (2008) Retributive and restorative justice [d]
  171. (2008) Experiencing physical warmth promotes interpersonal warmth [d]
  172. (2007) Assessment of positive emotions in animals to improve their welfare [p] [d]
  173. (2007) I thought it was just me, but it isn't: telling the truth about perfectionism, inadequacy, and power [i]
  174. (2007) The feminist care tradition in animal ethics: a reader [i]
  175. (2007) Crimes of punishment: America's culture of violence [i]
  176. (2007) The transformative potential of compassion at work [i]
  177. (2007) The real wealth of nations: creating a caring economics [i]
  178. (2007) Universal dimensions of social cognition: warmth and competence [d]
  179. (2007) Understanding and ameliorating revenge fantasies in psychotherapy [d]
  180. (2007) Meaning in suffering: caring practices in the health professions [i]
  181. (2007) Unbearable shame, splitting, and forgiveness in the resolution of vengefulness [d]
  182. (2007) Geographies of care and responsibility [d]
  183. (2007) Self-compassion and reactions to unpleasant self-relevant events: the implications of treating oneself kindly [d]
  184. (2007) How to improve your marriage without talking about it: finding love beyond words [i]
  185. (2007) Albert Schweitzer's reverence for life: ethical idealism and self-realization [i]
  186. (2007) Self-compassion and adaptive psychological functioning [d]
  187. (2007) Intergroup forgiveness: East Timorese and Angolan perspectives [d]
  188. (2007) Why good things happen to good people: the exciting new research that proves the link between doing good and living a longer, healthier, happier life [i]
  189. (2007) Teaching self-care to caregivers: effects of mindfulness-based stress reduction on the mental health of therapists in training [d]
  190. (2007) The ethics of care and empathy [i]
  191. (2007) Compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burnout: factors impacting a professional's quality of life [d]
  192. (2007) Compassion and health [i]
  193. (2007) Restorative justice: ideals and realities [i]
  194. (2006/2007) The war on compassion [i]
  195. (2006) Placebo, meaning, and health [d]
  196. (2006) Teaching self-care through mindfulness practices: the application of yoga, meditation, and qigong to counselor training [d]
  197. (2006/2007) Caring to dialogue: feminism and the treatment of animals [i]
  198. (2006) Explaining compassion organizing [d]
  199. (2006) Dispositional and state forgiveness: the role of self-esteem, need for structure, and narcissism [d]
  200. (2006) Self-criticism and self-warmth: an imagery study exploring their relation to depression [d]
  201. (2006) The versatile leader: make the most of your strengths without overdoing it [i]
  202. (2006) Reflection on the universal nature of vulnerability [d]
  203. (2006) Making enemies: humiliation and international conflict [i]
  204. (2006) Creating compassion and connection in the work place [d]
  205. (2006) Writers and the war against nature [i]
  206. (2006) Beyond the physician charter: reflections on medical professionalism [d]
  207. (2006) Reconciliation, right and wrong [o] [u]
  208. (2006) Leadership lessons from Sarah: values based leadership for everyday practice [i] [d]
  209. (2006) Forgiveness and reconciliation: theory and application [i]
  210. (2006) There are no degrees in a bodhisattva's compassion [d]
  211. (2005/2009) The compassionate life: walking the path of kindness [i]
  212. (2005) The value of acceptance in social work direct practice: a historical and contemporary view [d]
  213. (2005) Forgivingness, vengeful rumination, and affective traits [d]
  214. (2005) The four immeasurable attitudes in Hīnayāna, Mahāyāna, and Bön [u]
  215. (2005) Resonant leadership: renewing yourself and connecting with others through mindfulness, hope, and compassion [i]
  216. (2005) Getting unstuck: breaking your habitual patterns and encountering naked reality [i]
  217. (2005) Cultivating a compassionate heart: the yoga method of Chenrezig [i]
  218. (2005/2012) Connecting across differences: an introduction to compassionate, nonviolent communication [i]
  219. (2005) Radical gentleness: the inner critic transforms [i]
  220. (2005) Compassion: listening to the cries of the world [i]
  221. (2005) How psychological assessment taught me compassion and firmness [d]
  222. (2005) Focused therapies and compassionate mind training for shame and self-attacking [i]
  223. (2005) Compassion: conceptualisations, research and use in psychotherapy [i]
  224. (2005) The case against punishment: retribution, crime prevention, and the law [i]
  225. (2005) Keeping the peace: mindfulness and public service [i]
  226. (2005) Forgiveness and its associations with prosocial thinking, feeling, and doing beyond the relationship with the offender [d]
  227. (2005) Compassionate cities: public health and end-of-life care [i]
  228. (2005) Global dynamics [in ethics] [i] [d]
  229. (2005) Being benevolence: the social ethics of engaged Buddhism [i]
  230. (2005) Traditions of compassion: from religious duty to social activism [i] [d]
  231. (2005) A defense of the feminist–vegetarian connection [d]
  232. (2005/2013) Cultivating attention and compassion [i]
  233. (2005) Whose oppression is this?: the cultivation of compassionate action in dissolving the dualistic barrier [i]
  234. (2005) The force of kindness: change your life with love and compassion [i]
  235. (2005) The placebo effect and health: combining science and compassionate care [i]
  236. (2005/2016) The world peace diet: eating for spiritual health and social harmony [i]
  237. (2005) Handbook of forgiveness [i]
  238. (2004) Compulsory compassion: a critique of restorative justice [i]
  239. (2004) The path of compassion: the Bodhisattva precepts [i]
  240. (2004) Compassion: the culture and politics of an emotion [i]
  241. (2004) The four things that matter most: a book about living [i]
  242. (2004) Too proud to let go: narcissistic entitlement as a barrier to forgiveness [d]
  243. (2004) I am you: the metaphysical foundations for global ethics [i] [d]
  244. (2004) The lost art of compassion: discovering the practice of happiness in the meeting of Buddhism and psychology [i]
  245. (2004) The cultures of caregiving: conflict and common ground among families, health professionals, and policy makers [i]
  246. (2004) Cognitive humanistic therapy: Buddhism, Christianity and being fully human [i]
  247. (2004) The great compassion: Buddhism and animal rights [i]
  248. (2004) Creating a culture of compassion: developing supportive care for people with cancer [d]
  249. (2004) Body image and disfigurement: issues and interventions [d]
  250. (2004) Food for thought: the debate over eating meat [i]
  251. (2004) Food of bodhisattvas: Buddhist teachings on abstaining from meat [i]
  252. (2004/2007) Healing words: the power of apology in medicine [i]
  253. (2003) Restorative justice: the empowerment model [i]
  254. (2003) Avoiding cheap grace: medical harm, patient safety, and the culture(s) of forgiveness [d]
  255. (2003) Radical acceptance: embracing your life with the heart of a Buddha [i]
  256. (2003) Creating a life of meaning and compassion: the wisdom of psychotherapy [i]
  257. (2003) Toxic emotions at work: how compassionate managers handle pain and conflict [i]
  258. (2003) A human being died that night: a South African story of forgiveness [i]
  259. (2003) Creating true peace: ending violence in yourself, your family, your community, and the world [i]
  260. (2003) Compassionate education: a prolegomena for radical schooling [i]
  261. (2003) Identifying signals of suffering by linking verbal and facial cues
  262. (2003) Dying to meet you: facing mortality and enabling patient styles [d]
  263. (2002) Healing Zen: awakening to a life of wholeness and compassion while caring for yourself and others [i]
  264. (2002/2004) Don't be nice, be real: balancing passion for self with compassion for others [i]
  265. (2002) Exasperations as blessings: meaning-making and the caregiving experience [d]
  266. (2002) Coercion, social support, and crime: an emerging theoretical consensus [d]
  267. (2002) The personal and impersonal dimensions of benevolence [d]
  268. (2002) The ten trusts: what we must do to care for the animals we love [i]
  269. (2002) The tasks of embodied love: moral problems in caring for children with disabilities [d]
  270. (2002) Deconstructing the placebo effect and finding the meaning response [d]
  271. (2002) Attachment style and person-centered comforting
  272. (2001) States of denial: knowing about atrocities and suffering [i]
  273. (2001) 'Simply to be let in': inclusion as a basis for recovery [d]
  274. (2001) Self-forgiveness and self-respect [d]
  275. (2001) The power of apology: healing steps to transform all your relationships [i]
  276. (2001) Cultivating compassion: a Buddhist perspective [i]
  277. (2001) Mediating with heart in mind: addressing emotion in mediation practice [d]
  278. (2001) The forgiving self: the road from resentment to connection [i]
  279. (2001) Upheavals of thought: the intelligence of emotions [i] [d]
  280. (2001/2016) The resilient practitioner: burnout and compassion fatigue prevention and self-care strategies for the helping professions [i]
  281. (2001) Perceived inequity, communal orientation and burnout: the role of helping models [d]
  282. (2001) Religious vegetarianism: from Hesiod to the Dalai Lama [i]
  283. (2000) The heart of grief: death and the search for lasting love [i]
  284. (2000/2014) Becoming vegan: the complete reference to plant-based nutrition [i]
  285. (2000) Passion, activity, and 'the care of the self' [d]
  286. (2000/2015) Forgiveness therapy: an empirical guide for resolving anger and restoring hope [i]
  287. (2000) Be free where you are: a talk given at the Maryland Correctional Institution [i]
  288. (2000/2009) Becoming a reflective practitioner [i]
  289. (2000) Compassion for all beings [i]
  290. (2000) The Bodhisattva vow [i]
  291. (2000) Methodology of the oppressed [i]
  292. (2000) What it means to be sorry: the power of apology in mediation [d]
  293. (2000) Love, conditional and unconditional [i]
  294. (1999) Discovering Kwan Yin, Buddhist goddess of compassion [i]
  295. (1999) Ordinary grace: an examination of the roots of compassion, altruism, and empathy, and the ordinary individuals who help others in extraordinary ways [i]
  296. (1999/2010) Spiritual diversity in social work practice: the heart of helping [i]
  297. (1999) Caring for crime victims: selected proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Victimology, Amsterdam, August 25–29, 1997 [i]
  298. (1999) Why compassion counts! [d]
  299. (1999/2002) Forgiveness: breaking the chain of hate [i]
  300. (1999) Connecting life-course challenges of caring with the college curriculum [d]
  301. (1999) Educating for mission, meaning, and compassion [i]
  302. (1999) No future without forgiveness [i]
  303. (1999/2010) The four immeasurables: practices to open the heart [i]
  304. (1999) Ethical vegetarianism: from Pythagoras to Peter Singer [i]
  305. (1998) When healing is more than simply clowning around [d]
  306. (1998) Developing balanced sensitivity: practical Buddhist exercises for daily life [i] [u]
  307. (1998) Rethinking feminist ethics: care, trust and empathy [i]
  308. (1998) Victims and agents: what Greek tragedy can teach us about sympathy and responsibility
  309. (1998) Perske pencil portraits, 1971–1990 [i]
  310. (1998) Solidarity and suffering: toward a politics of relationality [i]
  311. (1997) The influence of anger and compassion on negotiation performance [d]
  312. (1997) The heart of being helpful: empathy and the creation of a healing presence [i]
  313. (1997) Whose reality counts?: putting the first last [i]
  314. (1997) Emotional unavailability: recognizing it, understanding it, and avoiding its trap [i]
  315. (1997/2007) Teachings on love [i]
  316. (1997) Personal warmth and psychological health at midlife [d]
  317. (1997) Homelessness: care, prevention, and public policy [d]
  318. (1997) A heart as wide as the world: living with mindfulness, wisdom, and compassion [i]
  319. (1997) A guide to the Bodhisattva way of life = Bodhicaryāvatāra [i]
  320. (1997/2006) The way of the bodhisattva: a translation of the Bodhicharyāvatāra [i]
  321. (1996) Beyond animal rights: a feminist caring ethic for the treatment of animals [i]
  322. (1996/2006) Seeing organizations differently: three lenses on compassion [i]
  323. (1996) Restorative justice: international perspectives [i]
  324. (1996) Compassion: the basic social emotion [d]
  325. (1996/2008) The Bodhicaryāvatāra [i]
  326. (1995) Caring about suffering: a feminist exploration [i]
  327. (1994) Understanding caring in contemporary America [i]
  328. (1994) Start where you are: a guide to compassionate living [i]
  329. (1994) Attention to suffering: sympathy as a basis for ethical treatment of animals [i]
  330. (1994) Virtuous giving: philanthropy, voluntary service, and caring [i]
  331. (1994) Expanding the circle of caring: from local to global [i]
  332. (1994) The crisis of care: affirming and restoring caring practices in the helping professions [i]
  333. (1994) Caring, voice and self-reflection: feminist values and organizational change [d]
  334. (1994) The caring physician: balancing the three Es: effectiveness, efficiency, and empathy [i]
  335. (1993) Regaining compassion for humanity and nature [i]
  336. (1993) Love in action: writings on nonviolent social change [i]
  337. (1993) 'Power in the service of love': John Dewey's Logic and the dream of a common language [d]
  338. (1992) Values at work: transforming workplace values with compassion [u]
  339. (1992) Forgiveness: a bold choice for a peaceful heart [i]
  340. (1992) The art and practice of compassion & empathy [i]
  341. (1992) Beyond empathy: expanding expressions of caring [d]
  342. (1992) The hospice movement: easing death's pains [i]
  343. (1992) A village council of all beings [i]
  344. (1992) Person-centered comforting in the hospice interdisciplinary team [d]
  345. (1991) El corazón sangrante = The bleeding heart [i]
  346. (1991) Retrieving the language of compassion: the education professor in search of community [u]
  347. (1991) Counting on kindness: the dilemmas of dependency [i]
  348. (1991/2007) World as lover, world as self: courage for global justice and ecological renewal [i]
  349. (1991) The symbol of the heart (in pieces) [i]
  350. (1990) Victims and values: a history and a theory of suffering [i]
  351. (1990) Under the safety net: the health and social welfare of the homeless in the United States [i]
  352. (1990) Changing faces: the challenge of facial disfigurement [i]
  353. (1989) Metta: the philosophy and practice of universal love [i] [u]
  354. (1989/1998) Apologia [i]
  355. (1989) Healing and restoring: health and medicine in the world's religious traditions [i]
  356. (1987) Health and caring for living things [d]
  357. (1987) Compassion: a critique of moral rationalism [d]
  358. (1985/1988) The path of compassion: writing on socially engaged Buddhism [i]
  359. (1985) The power of anger in the work of love: Christian ethics for women and other strangers [i]
  360. (1983/1986) The tears of the white man: compassion as contempt [i]
  361. (1981) Caring enough to forgive: true forgiveness [i]
  362. (1980) Love and sympathy in Theravāda Buddhism [i]
  363. (1976) Kindly bent to ease us: part one: mind [i]
  364. (1976) Kindly bent to ease us: part two: meditation [i]
  365. (1976) Kindly bent to ease us: part three: wonderment [i]
  366. (1975/1998) Compassion and self-hate: an alternative to despair [i]
  367. (1971) 'Your homework assignment for tonight: compassion, empathy, and understanding' [d]
  368. (1963/1981) Strength to love [i]
  369. (1958) The four sublime states: brahma-vihara: contemplations on love, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity [o] [u]
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