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Is nonetheless used correctly in this paragraph?

Her view of life seemed a little offbeat. Nonetheless, I couldn’t judge her. My intentions had never been good, either.

If nonetheless is not the word, what's a better option?

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Yes.
Another word that will also work there is "still".

That said, I'd have another look at "offbeat"; it probably makes more sense with more context from earlier sentences, but "offbeat", to my ear at least, is not an inherently negative term, which makes the comparison "my intentions had never been good, either" read a little less fluently.

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You could also use nevertheless:

Her view of life seemed a little offbeat. Nevertheless, I couldn’t judge her. My intentions had never been good, either.

If you check the definitions of nonetheless or nevertheless, one of each is in spite of that, which works well.

Her view of life seemed a little offbeat. In spite of that, I couldn’t judge her. My intentions had never been good, either.

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