How Empathetic People Process Music Differently

There’s a bit of neuroscience involved.

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I’ve been told that I’m a pretty empathetic person, particularly as an aspiring therapist who works closely with people of many ages and cultures. Yet, when I sit down and listen to music, I want to have no interruptions. I want to really savour the music, and enjoy it.

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Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc. https://linktr.ee/SynthiaS

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