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December 3, 2022

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FrustratedNovember 30, 2019

So how might the author go about helping someone with severe and debilitating mental illness, who won't acknowledge that they need help? Especially when that person's actions constantly and deeply hurt you? Make you unable to take care of yourself? Does this "don't try to change me" apply there?

M taylorNovember 27, 2019

Wow! And thank you!

Myron RichardsonNovember 24, 2019

Why did you write this article? Are you trying to change me? :)

Art NorthNovember 21, 2019

If you expect to change someone, they better be wearing a diaper

DianeNovember 21, 2019

Thank you for this important food for thought. It IS easy to try to “help” others, but as you say it shows a lot of arrogance. And, speaking as someone that was the object of the “help” it creates wounds deeper than you can imagine, which have taken me years to heal from.

ScottNovember 21, 2019

Brilliant. Inspired insight and a lesson that I need to always remember. Thank you!

Still StrivingNovember 21, 2019

Outstanding! Thank you so much. I needed to read this.

CarolNovember 21, 2019

This is excellent. And such a hard concept for most of us to embrace. Thank you. I will do better.

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