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If You Want to Be There for Someone But Don’t Know How, Ask This Question

I found a way to turn a giver into a receiver

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Recently I’ve been trying to curb my habit of giving unsolicited advice. I only do it when something is presented as an issue (versus just telling a contented person they’re doing life wrong). Still, it’s not helpful and I’m actively trying to quit.




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