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Why people give unsolicited advice
Why people give unsolicited advice
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We all know someone who gives advice even when not asked.

They might not know whether you’re struggling with something. They might not know whether you are working on an issue. They might not know whether you want to hear their opinion.

They’ll talk anyway. They’ll tell you what to do anyway. They’ll shove answers right down your throat if they have to.

More often than not, these people reflect the Dunning-Kruger effect, an illusion of their superiority concerning a particular issue.


Price does no good to man. But there’s a cure.

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I’m not going to talk to you about religion, hell, this post isn’t even going to last long.

I’ll give you two, err three statements that will help you get over yourself and actually embrace humility in a subtle remembrance process.

“In anything you are good at, someone in this world is better than you.”

Do you keep reminding others of your successes? Of your abilities? It’s never enough, is it?

Now, remember that you might be good at something, someone is way better. …

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Ade Kiseu

A Health & Wellness freelance writer and blogger. Reminding myself and others of what’s important __ I’m just notoriously passionately curious.

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