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    quote: Unconditionally accept someone for who they are and for what makes them specia

    Unconditionally accept someone for who they are and for what makes them special and unique and never judge them on what makes them different.

    Is that okay so or grammatically incorrect?

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    Re: quote: Unconditionally accept someone for who they are and for what makes them sp

    Quote Originally Posted by australena View Post
    Unconditionally accept someone for who they are and for what makes them special and unique and never judge them on what makes them different.

    Is that okay so or grammatically incorrect?

    Here's what I have a problem with your sentence: what makes them "special and unique" IS being different.

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