We aspire to welcome, value and engage the diverse parts of humanity that surround us. What if we approached the diverse parts within us, the varied subpersonalities that make up our “internal family,” with similar sincerity – including those we’d rather ignore or keep at bay? What if we can’t truly welcome those around us until we have figured out how to welcome that “internal family” with respect, curiosity, and empathy? What if we followed the Nedlog Rule (the Golden Rule reversed)? Treating our selves the way we want to treat others.