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Q: Why does the lesson recommend against the type of response known as judging? (Points : 1) A It may communicate that a person's problems are not important. B If your advice fails, you
would be responsible. C It diffuses distress. D There may be insufficient time for empathetic responses.
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User: Why does the lesson recommend against the type of response known as judging? (Points : 1) A It may communicate that a person's problems are not important. B If your advice fails, you would be responsible. C It diffuses distress. D There may be insufficient time for empathetic responses.

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