I would be hesitant to make judgments about how much anonymous people on the internet have, or don’t have, experience of God’s love in their souls.
Jesus talked about Hell a lot. Pope Francis talks about the devil, a lot, and performs exorcisms.
If a parent provides information to their teenager about the hazards of starting smoking, that is “judgmental” in one way - judgmental of smoking. I have seen many Catholic politicians who began a thread of faulty reasoning which eventually led to their promotion of abortion. They would have been better off if someone had taken the risk, early on, to give them accurate information. That person would of course been denounced as judgmental. So no one spoke up.
As a result of fear of being labelled judgmental, silence results in children being killed. A politician puts their own eternal salvation in jeopardy. We are living in a generation of silence: silent pastors, silent bishops, silent relatives, silent fellow Catholic laity.