Others and Your-Others, each always capitalized (cf. Oneself)
Others denotes that part of every human being whose job and interest is to take care of others, protect others, support others, please others, look good to others, and avoid being blamed or disapproved of by others, both for our Now and for our Next. Whenever wanting to indicate more specifically the Others as that part of yourself or that part of another person, you can denote that part more clearly by using that person’s name in the word construction, as an example, Dwight-Others (denoting my Others).
Your-Others is used to denote your Others (as distinct from anyone else's Others and from the Others that refers to everyone's Others).
Others can be further divided into Service and Emage.
Usage example: His Others felt compassion for their suffering and wanted to do something about it. Yet his Oneself was concerned about prioritizing taking care of himself.
For a fuller description of Others and its relationship to Oneself, go to Oneself and Others.