Loving Others Well
What if loving others well isn’t actually about telling them how they must live their lives?
What if loving others well is to create the space where they can fully show up with everything of who they are, and with the power of empathy and grace, they feel seen, step into their worth, and maybe live a bit differently* and as loved as they truly are?
*this still doesn’t mean the way they live their life will look like ours or be what we agree with. It can mean we have happier, healthier, and more wholehearted people walking this earth, though. And that’s never a bad thing.
Oh I like this! This resonates with what I try to do for patients in my clinical practice. This sentiment helps me be a better daughter, sister, girlfriend, and friend too. Thank you.
Thank you so much!