Do you think you can fix them?

Wishing to fix our loved ones doesn’t help them because we’re implying that they are broken, and that thought alone, is the most harmful of all. It stifles their will to get better. Instead, what if we bear the pain of allowing them to be imperfect-damaged-broken or whatever problem we perceive they have? It might be, that this release of judgement, is what they need to feel unconditionally supported and encourage them to get unstuck on their own.  

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