Definitions

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  • n. One who is helped.

Etymologies

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help +‎ -ee

Examples

  • Participant B becomes the "helpee"; C becomes the "helper" and A becomes the observer (thirty minutes).

    Chapter 3

  • "helpee"; he is to present his results from the inventory.

    Chapter 3

  • I saw first hand how well you both communicate with each other and know full well how the helper/helpee lover/lovee relationship can get all muddled up.

    Saturday: Laughing lunch turns to Hell Night

  • Some of us have been in the position of both the helper and the helpee before, and this scenario will ring a few bells!

    Introducing the new technology

  • This exactly matches a longstanding pathway for the evolution of systems with multiple-required parts: first a part is selected because it is helpful, then co-evolution between the helper part and the helpee system makes the linkage tighter and tighter until they are codependent.

    Casey Luskin's self-flagellation - The Panda's Thumb

  • Assumes that the helpee has presented the problem accurately.

    Chapter 3

  • Helper and helpee shouldn't expect too much from one session

    Chapter 3

  • Create comfy atmosphere (putting helpee at ease, developing trust)

    Chapter 3

  • Ask questions that allow helpee to find real anxieties or problems

    Chapter 3

  • Collaborates with the helpee to define problem areas.

    Chapter 3

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