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The Psychological Reasons You Shouldn’t Give Advice to Anyone

When it comes to giving advice, don’t.

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As a young woman, new in her field, I’ve been given a lot of advice. Most of it was unsolicited, unprompted, and unhelpful. When I take it, it often leads me astray; when I don’t take it, the advice-giver is often offended. There’s no winning.

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