Is accepting someone the same as treating someone kindly?
Can you be accepting of someone, but not kind to them.
I don't think so. You can treat someone that you truly dislike kindly just to avoid confrontation, but it would be very difficult to accept them. By accepting a person you must respect them and their beliefs, despite the fact that you may disagree. You can treat an absolute stranger kindly, but you do not have enough knowledge about that person to be able to accept them. Hope this helped!
No ... these are not the same thing.....
You can treat someone kindly ,,, but not truely accept them... for example your boss
You can accept someone and still not treat them kindly .
They're not the same thing. Neither is "accepting someone" and "respecting someone". In fact, sometimes treating someone kindly isn't even seeing them as being worthy of that kindness. Sometimes people just "act kind" because they think it's the right thing to do.
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