Caring Without Understanding
Becky Schulthies could understand the language of the couple she had been assigned to as a community mentor, but she soon realized that certain aspects of their life would be difficult for her to fully understand. For Schulthies, not fully understanding was okay. “Most of us face challenges that are outside our control,” she says. “Being helped via suspended judgement allows us the support and courage to just make it a little further along.
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