How to Accept People for Who They Are Right Now

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The topic of accepting people where they are is one that’s been big for me recently. I’ve come to realize that the most loving thing we can do for someone is to accept them. The most unloving thing we can do is try to change someone when they don’t want to change.

The work we have to do in our own spiritual practice is to become accepting, loving beings who hold space for people in whatever situation or transformation they’re currently in.

That may be hard when you’re in an intimate relationship with someone or when you expect something from someone. But acceptance is the answer. Watch the video and then read on to learn more.

Acceptance doesn’t mean that you let someone walk all over you. It doesn’t even necessarily mean that you cosign what someone is doing. It means you allow them to be where they are and you don’t try to change them.

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Sometimes when we accept someone for who they are, all we can do is accept them and move on from our relationship with them. We can say, “I accept you and I honor you, but I can’t be a part of this.”

Acceptance resolves judgment

What acceptance does is resolve all judgment. It says that we’re willing to see this person in light and love without having to judge their path. We trust that WHY they do things that we don’t love or understand comes from their own inner issues, fears, limitations and doubts.

We must trust and remember that we are all one. We all have struggles, and we have to accept that others have them as well. Accepting someone’s behaviors is an acceptance of their struggles. It honors where they are.

Start paying attention to people you may have been judging or attacking, and particularly the people you’ve been trying to change. Ground yourself in acceptance. Pray for acceptance. Ask for it to be bestowed upon you.

accepting others is kind gabby bernstein judgment detoxAs you begin to accept people for who they are, you’ll feel a sense of relief because you’re also letting yourself off the hook. When we try to change someone who doesn’t want to be changed, it just creates more resistance in our own lives and in our relationships.

Acceptance doesn’t mean you stick around

And as I mentioned before, acceptance doesn’t mean you have to stick around. You can love and accept someone but leave the relationship for your own well-being. And that is fine, as long as it comes from a place of love and acceptance.

If you feel a lot of resistance around this concept, it’s likely that acceptance is greatly needed! So just pay attention to the ways that you resist the practice and how it feels when you open up to the concept.

The beauty of acceptance is that when you simply allow people to be who they are, they’re actually much more likely to grow and change. This is because you create space for them to have the freedom to step into their greatness.

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123 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you for this as it’s perfect timing. I’ve been struggling with “accepting” someone and their “choices” who is very close to me and has a life threatening illness, has asked for help which I have provided, but chooses to not move forward any help I have provided. It’s soul crushing, so Thank You Gabbie for this today. What a blessing. This has been devastating to me.

    1. I’m so sorry this is happening, but I also know it’s no mistake that this message reached you at this time. Massive love your way xoxoxo

  2. Right on time. My boyfriend of 12 years relapsed in his drug addiction Friday and has disappeared. I’ve been praying to see it with love and not take it personally (and not blow up his phone with attack and judgment which is what I really want to do!) thank you for your wonderful reminder. I accept you but I cannot participate.

    1. Hi Lera

      I can totally relate to you. My former boyfriend fell in to a deeper addiction with drugs. I also took things personally because I didn’t truly understand the insanity behind addiction. It’s a self disease and they lack empathy for others, they are secretive and disappear. I pray for your healing.

      Gabby’s video was absolutely amazing to receive this morning in my inbox and a beautiful reminder.

    2. I have been married 15 years and 4 years ago my husband starting using cocaine. I have tried so hard to get him into rehab but he resists despite slmost loosing everything. Last weekend I found cocaine on his bedside table and I have just decided to accept him and to move away as it not good for an 8 year old to be around and every time I trust him again he lets me down. Spiritually I have, however, wrestled with whether this is the best outcome for all – I hope so!

      1. I’m so sorry this is happening. It sounds like you are following your guidance and taking care of yourself (and child) while accepting where your husband is at. Sending you massive love as you navigate this. Praying you have the support you need and knowing the Universe has your back xoxoxo

  3. Gabby, you have zeroed in on something that has been missing for me-even tho I just read your book!!!! I guess these concepts are the hardest ones-therefore, we need to be reminded of them over and over.
    Thanks for putting it out there today–it HAS served me very well ❤

  4. Hey there Beautiful Soul,
    I love today’s message and I thank you for sharing this with all of your tribe.
    Too often I have turned to judge (even with those I truly love), but that was then and this is now.
    I forgive myself for the judgmental ways of my youth. As I am grateful for the ability to send love to those with whom I may disagree. Oh so grateful. Seeing others and situations through the lens of love makes my heart sing with joy and allows me to see the perfection in every moment and every one of of us in our perfectly imperfect world. Sending you so much love.
    Amy

  5. I completely agree with you Gabby. I appreciate your message. Sometimes is better to move on and let people go in order to honor and accept them where they are. Forcing creates negative energy, which we don’t need. To accept, we release what doesn’t serve us or them, anymore. Love and Blessings always,

    Laura

  6. Thank you, For such a young woman I am so amazed at you wisdom and insight. I follow your vidios and I have your book “The Universe Has Your Back” Mary God continue to bless you
    Mary Ann

  7. Thank you so much for this today…truly perfect timing for me! I am a practicing Intuitive Medium and Reiki Master Teacher in the Milwaukee area, and I have to tell you that I have referred many of my clients to read your book, The Universe Has Your Back. My clients send me pictures of them with their books, and I love it! Thank you for the work that you do, and the help you give to so many including me. This then allows me to better serve my clients which means so much to me. I am grateful for you, your experiences, and your willingness to share! Many blessings to you, and keep all the good insights and messages coming!! 🙂

    Stacie Tatera
    Milwaukee Medium

  8. Such perfect timing. I needed to hear this after talking to my dad earlier today. Feel like every conversation has me dealing with his negative/confrontational energy. Because we live so far apart (my parents are in New Zealand, while I am in Italy) this makes me sad and slightly irritated. I can really get stuck in that “wishing he was different” stuff. Your cord-cutting meditation has been very helpful in these situations 🙂
    Grazie mille Gabby! xx

    1. I had the exact same experience yesterday! I was speaking to my dad (I live in London, he’s in NZ) who has a plethora of health issues at the moment and he’s stuck in a negative mindset of focusing what’s going wrong and how hard done by he is. I, too, was wishing he’d see the situation in a different light and got really frustrated. Really needed to hear this. Thank you, Gabby ❤

  9. Hi, i’d like some advices from you, my boyfriend sometimes suffer with depression especially this time of the year (winter in Sweden). How can i help him, i found it really hard? Thanks in advance/ Isabelle

    1. Keep loving him. The depression will have to be addressed by a professional when he’s ready. Your job is to love him. And, of course, make sure you are getting the support you need to be your best self in your relationship.

  10. Acceptance…oh yes, the hard one….I have been struggling with a long time friend. She has depression and I have carried this friendship for 50 years, because of my Love for her. We are older now and I am tired of holding us up. I am letting go with love……

  11. I really needed to hear this today. My boss is someone I struggle with a lot. Unfortunately, I’m not yet in a position where I can walk away as I need to find another job but I hope I can practice acceptance until that time comes!

    1. Your boss is your best teacher right now. Your willingness to learn these lessons will serve you greatly. Big love your way xoxo

  12. Hi Gabby! This message is exactly what I needed today – perfect timing! What you say makes absolute sense. Implementing it is met with internal resistance. How can we overcome that?

    1. Your willingness to see with Love instead of fear is all that is required. The Universe will take care of the rest.
      big love,
      g xo

  13. This is one hard capsule to swallow. I have been practising this for sometime. This past weekend, my biological brother just left his wife, and moved to live with another woman in her house. How can we apply this concept in such circumstances. It’s a sensitive-cultural issue. His wife and my sister came all the way from home to see her husband in Aussie. When she arrived, my brother just left to stay with another woman. She is loyal and faithful and has been looking after my mom back home. My brother has done the unbelievable and the unthinkable.

  14. Gabby you hit this dead on will you pray for me to have this you are awsome and great.i have been dealing with this please pray for me to have victory in this and please pray that i am filled with Joy

  15. Acceptance is the answer to all of my problems today! ✨

    Thank you Gabby! This was exactly what I needed to hear. I’ve been struggling with a co-worker who has said some extremely judgmental statements to me in a passive aggressive way. I tried to talk with him about his statements & he refused & said that it wouldn’t change anything.

    His response was hard for me to accept. I prayed for a solution & boom your blog came into my email! Thank you!
    Lots of light & love ✨✨
    Genevieve

  16. What a great message!!! The fave part is the second part, “The most unloving thing…etc.)
    I have been addressing this issue within myself. My need at times to “save people” when they are not asking for me to save them had become a huge spiritual assignment. Similar to this message, when I was writing in the my journal I got the this; “Saving people is of the ego. Hearing them out is divine.” Many times people want to be heard and seen not changed.

  17. That reminder helps me to soothe my angst in a process of letting go. There is also sometimes a path of noting someone’s being blinded and stuck that happens before the letting go. I have been there too. It’s hard to know when to stop sounding the alarm and step back but that time does come.

  18. This is a wonderful message. My son is being assessed for autism. I am really struggling with accepting this, and him as he is. We both need it but it’s a challenge.

  19. This is something that I struggle with. I have a hard time not over helping people to change. This video really helped to hear, I know that trying to change someone is taking away their power to grow.

  20. Thank you Gabby, as for everyone else – right on time. I don’t normally comment on blogs but this is so relevant and so raw that I need to hear your insight. I am FULLY in line with this thinking and have practiced it throughout my life and as a result I felt at peace with myself and others. However, last week a very poisonous person came into my life and her actions affected my child and hence my vulnerability to her actions is magnified 10000 fold. I have been dealing with it in a way that is in line with my values and staying in my integrity. However, part of me is very angry and wants her to see the wrong she has done. How do I accept without feeling I gave in. I have no attachment to her friendship and I am clear about boundaries that exist between me and her but the effects of her actions are wider and that hurts my soul. What would you suggest I need to work on to accept what happened, accept her and not rehearse or anticipate further wrong doings from her side.

    1. I’m so sorry this is happening. You being clear about your boundaries is the key. You are the only one you can control. Accepting this woman as she is means you surrender trying to influence how she thinks/feels. Having said that, you have to be where you are. Acceptance doesn’t always come easy. It’s a process that you may have to keep practicing and stay committed to. Be gentle with yourself and the feelings that arise throughout. Pay attention to what comes up for you and be honest with your inner guide (God, Universe etc) about it all. I have another video on this topic that may serve you: https://gabbybernstein.com/accepting-people-where-they-are/
      big love,
      g xo

  21. So beautiful – and exactly what I needed today. There is one relationship where I have really been struggling with acceptance & judgement/hurt. Thank you for this beautiful reminder and message.

  22. Thank you so much. First of, I am a mother and while listening to you, I was thinking of everyone else except my own family, my children, my husband. I would tell myself that they need to change this or that….and no, it is about accepting them for who they are. Thank you.

  23. Always perfect timing. I was doing a lot of work last night around acceptance of my son as he presently is and self acceptance. I wake up to see this video X

  24. This post really resignates with me, and gives me another perspective on feeling stuck. When I accept others in turn I am more compassionate with them and myself. Thanks for great post.

  25. Thank you Gabby. A timely message for me. Challenging but helpful to practice acceptance even with loved ones who are experiencing depression and are seemingly “lazy”. Accepting that only that person can find their way out and it may not be on the the time table I would like. Reminding myself to offer non judgmental support and love. Having young adult children who are struggling is tough!

  26. I am working on becoming a health coach. Some of my friends are not very supportive. I accept where they are coming from but I am sad that I can not share much of my excitement as I am still learning a lot through my coursework and working with my first client. It is all exciting to me.

  27. Gabby I struggle with this concept bc I keep thinking maybe if I do this or that they’ll be different. It’s also hard to accept, buy really hard to let them go in order to protect myself. I spent over 20 years trying to change my ex husband and he did, but always fell back to his true nature. Even divorced I still have moments where I think he’s going to be different. He’s passive aggressive and narcissistic, but when he shows up nicely I get fooled. Any tips?
    Thanks Gabby!
    Love and hugs
    Sat Nam

  28. Thank you for posting and sharing this, it does resonate with me. I am kind of day someone and he opened up, with no coaxing but my first thought to myself was can I accept his past. No sooner than thought popped in, I was a kept hearing about acceptance so it has been a constant theme for me. Much needed and loved, thank you.

  29. Hi Gabby

    This is amazing I have been in a relationship with a man for 5 years we don’t live together due to distance & practical reasons but planned too however he has cheated on me more than once & I’ve forgiven him this time I feel he has changed but reading this I wonder if I’m just a fool & I need to accept he has issues that I can’t change & that I need to let go which will break my heart he was my boyfriend when we were young too now we are Middle Aged… I think deep down I know I need to accept who he is & let go I’m just not sure how… it’s fear I guess…

    Thanks Gabby love reading your articles & everyones comments

    Lisa

    1. I’m so sorry this happened. Try to be gentle with yourself. Accepting him as he is is a great first step. You don’t have to know how this is all going to go down right now. One step at a time. If you’re following my work, my guess is that you have a spiritual practice of some kind. Amp that up. Make more time to go within. Reach out to people who love and support you. Start there. Big love your way xoxo

  30. This is something that I have struggled with for a long time.
    We can put unrealistic expectations on both ourselves and others to meet the expectations of how we think things should be . The most powerful part of this for me is when you said that we can release the resistance in our lives through acceptance. This is such a release, like a weight lifting. Accepting, not judging and viewing things from a place of love and enables us to hear our inner guide and then things start to happen …. So simple in some ways, but so profound – Thank you .

  31. Dear Gabby,
    I have been trying so hard to practice acceptance of myself and others. I want to thank you so much for this message because with this understanding, I can physically breathe easier. I’m feeling so much better.
    With love and gratitude,
    Cecilia Lao

  32. Hi Gabby , by any chance would you know how to shield and protect one self from body sensitivity ? When I clear space at my home I feel lot of physical energy depletion. Do let me know if this topic can be discussed
    Thanks

  33. Hi Gabby – I’m having a very difficult time accepting my husband of 30 years for who he has become in the past few years. How can I accept his drinking & not putting forth his best in business? Our business has declined & we had to sell our home in NY ( living in FL full time now). I love him & can not picture my life without him, but I find I am angry, & disappointed when he says hes going to stop drinking then the next week we are right back where we started. Our son would like to one day come into the business, but it’s barely keeping us afloat.

    Please help me get off this merry go round, Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
    Thank you so much for all you do<3
    Phyllis

    1. Phyllis, accepting your husband where he is is a great first step. The next thing you could try might be to seek support for yourself. There are support groups out there specifically for people affected by a loved one’s drinking (ie: Al-Anon). Remember, you can only control you and your reactions. Massive love your way. Keep reaching out for support. You are not alone.

  34. Well said gabby…it is an effort for us to learn how to do this. It is a constant practice of mine and life gets easier as I progress toward mastering the skill. I am a manager who has to deal with many different personalities daily. It’s a practice I want to master. Thank you.

  35. Acceptance of self brings on self-love and opens doors to a more fulfilling life. I believe when we can accept ourselves, we can accept others more freely. Love your message. This is my first introduction to you and I look forward to learning more about your message. Thank you, CG

  36. Thank you Gabby:) Once again perfect timing. I want to change a loved ones behavior but I can’t. I just need to accept, honor and love.

  37. I have been living and learning how to live life and reclaim my own energy, many years now. Your doing a great deal in raising self awareness. X

  38. Thank you Gabby for this message. I don’t necessarily struggle with this concept with my husband, but I do with my children. I’m always wishing that they would be different instead of honoring them for who they are. I feel you are speaking to me at the time I need it most…thank you!

  39. I did this with my husband when we were married, because I seen his potential more then he did. I love that you can leave the situation and I can now love him for who he is not who I wanted him to be when he was my husband. I learned to accept him and love him forever.

  40. Hi Gabby!

    As I said in a comment on social media, I cannot wait for your book on non-judgment. I have been reflecting on how to deal with acceptance and judgment lately, and this video is very useful to me. Thank you for sharing, I love your work! Alex

  41. Thank you Gabby. I’ve been struggling with a close friend lately. I’ve felt she needed my help to find her direction. It’s caused tension between us. I need to let go and just accept where she is right now. I needed to hear this today. Blessings from Australia. Xx

  42. Thank you Gabby. This was a message that I very much needed to hear right now. The Universe truly does have my back — sends me what I need exactly at the time I need it. Acceptance. This is my work. It’s very difficult, particularly when it’s your child. I want so desperately to jump in and “fix” and change. But I can’t. It’s his path. His road. I need to step out of resistance, and into acceptance. Thank you. Sat Nam

    1. As I write this, I am sitting with my son in the waiting room of a recovery center. There is much peace in acceptance. Thank you Gabby, for your words, your love, your truth, your vulnerability. Blessings

  43. My girlfriend’s daughter attempted suicide and my friend said she wished she had been successful, I was so shocked. From the age of 9 the daughter had been raped and abused by her older brother for many years. I had difficulty processing your statement that we should accept people just the way they are, but then you also said we can walk away from the relationship/friendship, which is what I did.

    1. I’m so sorry this has happened. You can always pray for others from a distance. Massive love your way xoxo

  44. Great message, Gabby, thank you. I always wonder how to manage this with children. How much do you accept them and how much should you guide them and change them? Especially when they have two families and two completely different parents?
    You try to change them and bring them up “your way” or they way you think is right but by doing that you try to constantly change them because from the other side they see and learn the opposite….

    1. Amber, I believe we all have an inner guidance that is always showing us the path of higher wisdom- even children. When you follow your inner guidance, you teach them to do the same. Try to trust and have faith in that. Let go. You cannot change your children, but you can trust the higher wisdom within them. It takes patience and practice- especially during the daily minutiae, but you’re already doing it. “Your way” is God’s way 🙂 You got this.

  45. I recently asked for help, guidance with my relationship. My husband and I have been married just a short time (7 years) and there’s been a major shift between us. I am on my spiritual journey and he is not. I prayed for guidance, for acceptance, to accept him. I asked for a sign and “bam” Gabby posted the above. It’s not the total answer because that can only come from inside, but it helped me to take the judgment away, to “shhhh” the EGO and to realize that I still love my husband. That I need to continue on with my journey and accept him where he is right now. Once I started doing this, I noticed a change in his behaviour. He was tender. It was him and I again, husband and wife and not “me and him” just existing. I will continue my acceptance of him as he is… I will do my best not to judge him…. and love him for him… the man I fell in love with and still love…. thank you Gabby…. I truly needed a sign…. xo

    1. This is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing 🙂 And if/when you judge, be gentle with yourself. Egos judge…it’s what they do, Spirit forgives. You can ALWAYS choose again. You got this!

  46. Greetings Gabby

    I have watched this video several times and it has brought me immense comfort. I went to your incredibly inspiring seminar in LA this month. Thank you for bringing your beautiful energy to LA to speak with us.

    I felt an instant release in my tight chest after watching this video, where I was feeling constricted moments ago.

    Blessings to you for all the amazing work you do!

    Peace, love and light!

  47. Thankyou for letting me know that it’s okay to say I accept you, I love you but I can no longer be in a romantic relationship with you. I had been struggling with accepting who he is even though I understand where his actions come from and he also wants to change. What I didn’t realise until now is that in breaking up with him, I accepted him for who he is and where he is at. Things (this article) always pop up when you really need them. Thank you xx

  48. Thank you, Gabby! This is exactly what I needed to hear and will keep reading this as a reminder that loving someone is accepting them for who they are and the decisions they make. I’ve been dealing with a wonderful friendship that has tested my limits over the past couple of years. An affair and choice on her part that I did not and still do not agree with. But after reading this I realize that while that decision was perhaps a projection of whatever she was going through at that time, it doesn’t define that person she is and in my being her friend and loving her I realize now that I must also accept her for her decisions good and bad. Your words made me realize that the reason I’ve been having such a difficult time with this friend is because while I reassure her that I support her happiness and love the person and friend she is…I haven’t truly believed my words myself and now I have learned that I need to accept her for me to move on from this incident and no longer carry this negative energy and weight around. Thank you, gabby! Love & light

  49. This was so needed. I have just seperated myself from a very manipulative person and trying to have conversations with them has been so frustrating. Trying to accept that we will never reach a solution has been hard. I definitely needed this. Thank you !

  50. Wow,
    No coincidences. Just what I needed to hear.
    I have a family member who is a former business partner as well who has been renting some serious space in my brain for quite sometime.

    I’m guessing that all of my resentment is seriously inhibiting by spiritual growth and blocking abundance as well?

    Acceptance seems like a great solution!

    Steve

  51. You deliver your messages in a beautiful way. Thank you for sharing this! One simple way I have learned to remind myself of acceptance is the prayer:

    “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Amen”

    I really love how you explained the most unloving thing to do is to pass judgement and be unaccepting of one’s behaviour, but the most loving thing we can do is allow that person to have space to grow through acceptance.

    I hope you continue to share your light and love Gabby!

    God bless.

  52. My wife has a spending problem and it’s drowning me who makes more money and has to pay off everything. We have a mortgage and a son. Im trying to gut it out to the very end to see of she can change. She wants to she is just not capable on her own, yet won’t seek help. I’m totally lost.

    1. Bless you, Anthony. Supporting yourself is so key. There are groups for people who are affected by a loved one’s addiction (ie: Al-Anon). You may want to start there. Keep reaching out. If meditation speaks to you, start/amp up a practice. You may want to seek counseling to help you set boundaries. I’m sorry this is happening. You are not alone.
      Big love on your journey,
      g
      xo

  53. Gabby, would it be possible for you to expand on this subject? I have been struggling for a couple of years with the question of how to move forward as a couple when one is going through a spiritual awakening and the other is not quite so receptive at this stage. Truthfully, I don’t think I would have stayed under any other circumstance, but our 4 year old needs me to do everything I can to find a way without splitting his family up. Thank you for your work – you are an angel xx

  54. After accepting someone and choosing not to have someone in your life is that a conversation you have with someone or do you just move on. I always struggle what the right thing with this is. A very close friend of mine haven’t talked since Feb or March and I’m not sure if it’s because we’ve both moved on there are mutual feelings in this area or what?

  55. Hi Gabby,
    I am new to your website. I was an avid practioner of kundalini meditation. It literally changed my life. I accepted my husband for all his shortcomings (which is felt were shortcomings) and decided to finally leave the marriage and walk away. Happy and not bitter.
    Years have passed. I have lost touch with meditation. I am currently in a sort of relationship with a man who refuses to ever voice his love. He keeps saying hes too young for a commitment. I want more, he doesnt. And yet, neither of can walk away. It is very hurtful and distressing to me, that i keep trying to change his opinion. about relationships about me.
    Your post told me two things, I have to accept where he is in his life. Everyone has their own timing. And i cant change him. And second, i have to accept myself for where i am in my life. I want more and thats ok. although we share a very tender relationship, it doesnt serve me and maybe it doesnt serve him either.
    Acceptance is hard. But once it comes by, its as if you can suddenly see clearly.
    Thank you Gabby. For the reminder.

  56. Hi Gabby U Inspire me thank u. Thank u for this as all my life I find it hard to accept others thar are mean and judgmental towards me and use/play me or do things my beliefs and morals do not agree with I still find it hard they deserve acceptance but if its the best thing for me and the most loving thing i can do is accept them then i shall do my best to practice this❤

  57. So then, how do you start a movement? How can I promote my beliefs when it comes to racism. I recently got into a fight about the NFL and kneeling on the Super Bowl with my bff’s husband? I kept probing for him to see my p.o.v. He ended up using the n word. I was crushed and then to add insult to injury decided to send a video from Brene Brown on racism so they could understand where I was coming from.

    1. It can be very difficult to deal with people who hold bigoted beliefs. I understand how frustrating and offensive it can be. Sharing Brené’s video may plant the seed for him to change his beliefs. But it also may not. You can accept this man for who he is and forgive him, but you might also decide you do not want him in your life.

      I know this can be really hard when the person in question is your bff’s husband, so I recommend checking out this blog on how to tell the truth. Ultimately it’s up to you as to whether you want him in your life. Maybe you’re okay with seeing him in a limited capacity and keeping conversation topics neutral. I know it’s hard in situations like these, but the simple fact is that we cannot change others. You can be kind but clear that you won’t tolerate racism and won’t spend time with him if he makes racist remarks. If you aren’t sure what approach to take, you can pray for guidance. Ask and you will receive — pay attention to the guidance, which may come in surprising ways. But if you’re paying attention it will be clear.

      If you’re not currently practicing the Judgment Detox, I think it will serve you greatly. You can listen to the audiobook introduction free.

      Love and light to you…

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