To love means to trust. There is a term Benefit of the doubt. This means: in a situation where another person’s actions anger you, to assume that their intentions are good, you just don’t see them, and to cultivate curiosity about those good intentions.
We have only one external struggle – against a common enemy. But each of us also has an internal struggle, it is invisible and unique to each of us. Remember this saying: “Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always”?
If you cultivate curiosity instead of categoricalness, you can ask a person why he makes such a choice? Behind each answer is a story that you are most likely to understand. If there is no resource and time to ask about the reasons, you can say to yourself: “I don’t know the inner reality of a person, so I can assume that he acts with good intentions.”