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See also: openhearted
- Frank and candidly straightforward
2007, Annick Prieur, Mema's House, Mexico City: On Transvestites, Queens, and Machos, ISBN 0226682587, page 22:
- I myself consider the interviews to be of good quality, most of them even very extensive and openhearted. Openhearted, yes, but not on everything. It is a positivist naivete to take what people say as simple truth.
- Generous and kind
- Emotionally receptive
2009, Tracy Gaudet & Paula Spencer, Body, Soul, and Baby: A Doctor's Guide to the Complete Pregnancy Experience from Preconception to Postpartum, ISBN 0307569187, page 429:
- Whether or not you feel that open-hearted love toward your newborn from the very beginning, one of the best ways to cultivate it and further deepen it is simply by paying attention.