To conclude, communication is an active two way circular method in which all type of informations are shared between two or more people. Therapeutic communication is one of the most valuable tool that nurses have to use to build rapport and trust. This means that the nurses let the patients to feel safe enough to share information with them. In this essay, concept of therapeutic communication has been clearly discussed, that it is important in caring for patients in contemporary nursing practice. By using therapeutic communication techniques to assist with relationship development this helps the nurse to focus on the patient's concerns. Examples from most recent practice as a registered nurse in my home country, and the benefit and challenges of the use of therapeutic communication to my practice and the patient are illustrated. Barriers in communication can result in discomfort and misunderstandings; It has been identified that how the use of Hildegard Peplau's nursing theory of interpersonal relations can help in practice development and decision making with the use of effective communication skills. It has been highlighted that nursing is an significant healing interpersonal process by using good communication skills the nurse can develop and maintain a helping nurse patient relationship.
This study found that a few parenting practices – as opposed to parenting style as a whole – contributed to the development of empathy in children. These practices include encouraging the child to imagine the perspectives of others and teaching the child to reflect on his or her own feelings. The results also show that the development of empathy varied based on the gender of the child and parent. Paternal warmth was found to be significantly important, and was positively related to empathy within children, especially in boys. Interestingly, however, maternal warmth was negatively related to empathy within children, especially in girls. 
I’m a speech-language pathologist and have always worked with people who have special needs. Most recently, I worked at a school that provides services to young children who have multiple physical and mental impairments. It was not until my very healthy, very strong daughter had knee surgery that I came to understand the day-in-day-out challenges families face. It gave me depth of empathy that I had not had previously to care for my daughter. I have nothing but the greatest respect for those who are challenged and those who care for them, young and old alike.