ruthless compassion (aroraborealis) wrote,
ruthless compassion
aroraborealis

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Do you think it's important to let people in your life make their own mistakes? If you see someone going down a "dangerous" path (or one that seems so to you), do you talk to them about it, or steer them in another direction, or just try to be there for them if/when they get hurt or make a mistake? Why do you think you do what you do? And how does it relate to the position you take in relationships?
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