We do not judge the people we love

Trough our youthfulness we often form our “idols, role models”, hence people we follow their example. These are usually our parents, older brothers and sisters, friends and all the people we love. You cannot judge, criticize someone you want to be like. But why then it happens so often?

Firstly, people frequently react in affection, and do not think much what they are saying. We spend a lot of time with people we love and like, so possibility that something like this can happen is even bigger. In the relationship with others we should stay conservative, reserve some judgments from them and react cautiously. For example, it happens sometimes to me that I do not listen to my mother and sometimes even offend her. But it always takes time for me to realize that I was not doing the right thing. At least I have got luck that she is so understanding.

Secondly, judging cannot be always meant as something bad, negative or even insulting. It is the way how children learn from their parents, the way we learn what people respect and like. For example, a few years ago a friend judge me that I did not invite him on my birthday’s party. It happens by mistake, because at that time I was overloaded with organization, so I simply forgot him. And today I always make the list of my friends and tick the invited one.

On the other hand, people who are close to us and we love them are hard to judge. We respect them, and in their deeds we see only good. For example, a child who is living in the family where father is the thief, he can not judge him; even that he knows that is not right.

To conclude, we should expand our behavior from the people we love to all people in our lives. It is the way to avoid many unpleasant moments and keeping honest friendships.
I'll just correct the word choice, grammatical and spelling mistakes here. Hope that's okay with you...

We do not judge the people we love

Throughout our youth, we often form our "idols/role models", or people whom we follow their example. They are usually our parents, older brothers and sisters, friends and all the people we love. We cannot judge or criticize someone we want to be like. But why then does it happen so often?

Firstly, people frequently react to their loved ones in pure instinct and good intentions, [note: I'm not sure I got your meaning in this sentence correctly] and do not think much of what they are saying. We spend a lot of time with people we love and like, so the possibility of something like this happening is even bigger. In the relationship with others, we should stay conservative, reserve some judgments from them, and react cautiously. For example, it happens sometimes to me that I do not listen to my mother and sometimes even offend her. But it always takes time for me to realize that I was not doing the right thing. At least I am lucky that she is so understanding.

Secondly, judging cannot be always meant as something bad, negative, or even insulting. It is the way how children learn from their parents, the way we learn what people respect and like. For example, a few years ago a friend judged me by saying that I did not invite him to my birthday party. It happened by mistake, because at that time I was overloaded with organizing the party [note: again, hope i didn't change the original meaning of this sentence], so I simply forgot him. I've learned from this, and until today, I always make the list of my friends and tick the invited ones.

On the other hand, people who are close to us and whom we love are hard to judge. We respect them, and in their deeds we see only good. For example, a child who lives in a family where the father is a thief cannot judge his father, even if he knows that it is not right.

To conclude, we should expand our behavior from the people we love to all people in our lives. It is the way to avoid many unpleasant moments and to keep honest friendships.

* Well, the main point of your essay is a bit confusing. Try to form a central idea (such as what you said in the conclusion) and apply it through out the essay. Stick to that idea; try not to go off-topic. So, basically, the beginning and ending of your essay should mention the same idea that is your main point, and the body (the paragraphs between the beginning and ending) should state the reasons why you think this idea is correct. And check after you finished for any conflict within your essay. I hope I've helped...
thank you very much for your kindness. i found your corrections very useful.

Thank you again.