Лиза Степанова
A true friend wouldn't judge you, meaning they won't judge who you are by your nature. Of course, if you commit something that could hurt people, your friend has all the right to judge you. But if they don't accept you, if you can't relax with them fully, if you don't trust them, I'm afraid this is not who you call a true friend.
Feb 19, 2022 4:42 PM
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A true friend wouldn't judge you, meaning they won't judge who you are by your nature. Of course, if you commit something that could hurt people, your friend has every right to judge you. But if they don't accept you, if you can't relax with them fully, if you don't trust them, I'm afraid this is not who you call a true friend.
Well done, Лиза. I might just suggest some expressions; we understand what you want to say, but sometimes we might add: "If they don't accept you for who you are, or as you are." A funny-sounding, but common expression is: "Accept you, warts and all," meaning to take you as you are, including the bad parts!
Feb 19, 2022 8:20 PM
A true friend wouldn't judge you, meaning they won't judge who you are by your nature. Of course, if you do something that could hurt people, your friend has every right to judge you. But if they don't accept you, or you can't relax with them fully, or you don't trust them, I'm afraid this is not what you would call a true friend.
Great! :)
Feb 19, 2022 8:44 PM
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