Do you like interfering in someone else's life?
February 15, 2007 4:35pm CST
I dont like it either ways,, i can advice if someone wants one ,,, but can not voluntary enter into someone else's life unless extremely critical whats your say on this thanks sid
• United Kingdom
27 Feb 07
I would never impose myself on anyone else, I haven't the right, besides my life is hardly a bed of roses, so I'm the last person to offer good advice especially about relationships, but if friends genuinely ask me for advice then I will give them the best advice I can. Everyone has a right to live their lives the way they want to without interference from others.
• United States
15 Feb 07
I don't like interfering in people's life especially if they haven't ask me for my opinion. I will discuss the situation if they need to talk. And even when they do, I tend to shy away from giving my opinion. I ask them questions instead. Say for instance someone was cheating on their spouse. My opinion would be once a cheater always a cheater, relationship over. But I would not tell someone else to do that. They will turn around and blame me. LOL Instead I would ask them how thye felt? Do you think it would happen again? Have they talked about it? And anytime, they ask me what I would do, I would simply say I'm not sure.
16 Feb 07
i totally agree with you ... i feel the same way ... i have experienced this as even when they ask my opine and then blame it on me for what happened... they forget about all the probabilities that i may have attached with the statements they just look at the statement only ... thanks for your response
18 Feb 07
Same here. I don't like to interfere in anyone's life and I do expect the same from others. I do interact a lot with my friends and family members, we do discuss lot of things about daily personal life. That all remains completely at general level. I could allow people to give their opinion whenever they have been asked but I don't allow them to judge or decide anything about my life.