The Power of Unconditional Love

by Victoria Stith
July 6, 2020
Love and acceptance—no matter what—are powerful gifts to bestow.
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12 Comments

  1. Thank you

    • You’re so welcome, Brenda! ~Victoria

  2. Thank you so very much. I have been dealing with an addicted son for 15 years. I know a lot of the things I need to be doing but sometimes you just need to hear it. I found your words to be very helpful and a wonderful start to my day. Thank you.

    • You’re so welcome, Torri! I’m so glad you found it helpful. ~Victoria

  3. Empowering suggestions – thank you!

    • I’m so glad it was empowering! Thanks for letting me know, Nancy! ~Victoria

  4. Great information! Well presented and very helpful. Thank you, Victoria and Sandy

    • Thank you for your kind feedback, I’m glad it was helpful! ~Victoria

  5. thank you – I so needed to hear this today…I am not so always loving when I talk to my son.

  6. Thank you for your comment, Tina! You’re in the Zen Community, aren’t you? We will be learning all about communication in there, and you can feel free to ask any questions about that in our FB group, or in the monthly meeting coming up. Bring all your questions! ~Victoria

  7. That was a powerful video for me. I found it most useful for my journey

    • Thank you for the feedback, Barbara, and I’m so glad it was helpful! You can also get a free mini email course on Boundaries that I created for parents. It’s here: https://bit.ly/mindfulboundaries


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