Here's one suggestion that offers two ways to see this:
(1) Response-ability- meaning the ability to respond in good contact with the environment, to reach out toward figures of
interest and to mobilize sufficient energy and self-support so as to satisfy those figures of interest, thus drawing nurturence from one's
environment, and the ability to carry out interdependence in relationship with others.
(2) Admitting that one's experience is a function of one's own contacting and that one's experience is not the experience of
another, nor is it the determination for another's experience.
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