I know how you feel.

When someone shares their negative feelings (like sadness, frustration, anger, etc.) with you, a common response is "I know how you feel."

For example:

A: I feel like they never respect me, no matter what I do.

B: I know how you feel. It's really frustrating trying to get your parents to respect you as an adult.

"I know how you feel" sounds thoughtful and supportive.

This phrase appears in these lessons: