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Updated 06/12/2017


    1: marked by or given to careful
  •  "He is, I believe, in such a
      state of mental distress as
      to be hardly capable of
      giving me a considerate
      - Anthony Trollope
    2: thoughtful of the rights and
        feelings of others.  He was
        considerate and turned down
        the stereo when we asked
        him to.

     8 Habits of Considerate People  |  LinkedIn, Dr. Travis Bradberry                                                             06/15/2016
     Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer once said, “Politeness is to human nature what warmth
     is to wax.” It’s true. Being kind and considerate softens people and makes them malleable
     to your way of thinking.
     But I see another meaning there, too. I think he’s also saying that being considerate of
     others is an integral part of what it means to be human. Charles Darwin would have agreed.
     He argued that our instinct to be considerate is even stronger than our instinct to be

    20 Things Considerate People DON'T DO  |  Lifehack.com, Katrina Razavi
     Being considerate may seem like a very underrated virtue these days. We’re often rewarded
     for putting ourselves first, but being considerate can go a long way. Thanks to the
     “reciprocity effect,” people are more likely to reciprocate positive actions when you act
     positively towards them. Here’s a list of 20 things considerate people don’t actually do.
     Are you guilty of any of these?

    29 Habits of Extremely Considerate People  |  Popsugar.com, Hilary White                                  09/30/2016 
Sometimes we get so caught up in ourselves that we forget to keep other people in mind
     — but being thoughtful and considerate of other people benefits you both, and you will
     definitely make more friends along the way! Here, in this article, are some habits of
     extremely considerate people to pick up and use daily:

     How To Be Considerate (with pictures)  |  WikiHow.com
     Being considerate means taking the time to think about how others are feeling. To be
     truly considerate, you have to know how to put yourself in someone else's shoes, to have
     tact, and to be kind and gracious. Sometimes, we can get caught up in our own needs and
     wants and can forget that there are other people around who may be hurt or offended by
     our actions. Making a decision to be considerate can help us be aware of the people around
     us while still asserting our needs. If you want to know how to be a more considerate person,
     see Step 1 to be on your way.