is that so? uhu...really now?...

February 11, 2011 10:18pm CST
Have you been given an advise by someone who you think is not worthy of giving that advise? How do you react upon it? What will you do? Will you just let it pass by your ears? Will you confront that person? One classic example would be those parents swaying their kids not to smoke but on the other hand they smoke as if there will be a shortage of cigarettes tomorrow. I know they have the right to forbid their kids to do so because they know the effects. But do you think they will listen if they see them so happy while smoking? I think you must set an example first before you preach or give advise to someone about something for that to be an efficient advise...
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@yoyo1198 (3643)
• United States
12 Feb 11
Well, advice is pretty much the only thing that you can get nowdays that is totally free. I would have to consider the source and their experience in the field that the advice is being given. You never know where you might find a pearl.