Someone makes a choice you simply do not understand. The consequences may or may not touch your life, involve you, affect you and so on. One way or another you cannot see what they are basing their decision on. This is the part that makes accepting their choice so difficult. I am going to break this down into two parts.
Part One: Understanding
Take the view that:
Part Two: Acceptance
To truly accept means not to have any conditions attached to this acceptance. As mentioned before, each person has a right to their own reality / their own past consequently to see life through their eyes.
Love them for who, how, and what they are. By doing this you are respecting their choices. Helping yourself reach the place of being able to respect their choices is also setting yourself free and gaining/holding on to your Personal Power.
by Suzie Doscher, Professional Coach focusing on Personal Development
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