**Disclaimer: This was worded in the way I personally perceive the "question", the "question" is "imperfect" and "incomplete"**
I am open to natural diversions away from what I perceive as the original topic. :p
I just hope to be able to get something out of this.
How do you perceive the acceptance of others in your life, who are a part of the life you come to accept as yourself, your life?
How much effort do you give the acceptance of others in your life who are a part of the life you come to accept as yourself, your life? Is it even relevant to accept others in your life who you accept as part of your life?
In my opinion people are a sum of their lives, and that counts other people in their lives.
Now, I don't figure in that acceptance means agreement, just acceptance with who you are and others are.
Can any one really live in denial in their own lives and not accept others in their lives, even those we don't get a long with? They are a part of your life. Is it relevant? Is there truly any choice, other than denial and a rejection of the individuality that the world has cast a "mold" for you?