Fear of violence and crisis, disruptions of stability, disappointments, frustrations, heartbreaks, harsh economic condition and other negatives have pushed so many of our loved ones to the borderline of injurious personality tendencies. It’s not their fault. They need our help. They need your understanding and love.
So, think less about yourself and think more about others and what they are going through. Let others know how much you love them, in words and in actions. Create more time out of your tight schedule to listen with understanding, to others’ complaints. The more time we have for others, the less time they have to hurt or harm themselves. The more love we show others, the more they learn to love and take care of themselves.
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By Steve Bressert,