An inability to forgive oneself for a wrong often stands in the way of forgiving others for the same.
The difficulty in noticing another and excepting yourself!
Advising, not judging, preserves relationships.
How would you persuade someone of the truth when they won’t accept it?
You need more than facts. Facts alone cannot persuade someone if merely stating them means they are not accepted.
Instead, the path linking falsehood to truth must be shown. Describing this path to another means undertaking a shared journey. Facts, which on their own can appear stark and easy to ignore, are placed within a wider context and given a common meaning.