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Most of us feel like we have all the answers to other people’s problems. For one, it’s a lot easier to be objective about a matter when you aren’t directly feeling the effects of it first-hand. Two, it’s a lot easier to be honest about certain principles in life when you aren’t the one being guilty of them, or at least in that moment. However, if the person you intend to receive this message, never asked for it, the advice can backfire. What was meant to be an honest critique or solid advice is interpreted as judgement and condemnation. Everyone deals with their issues differently, so you must understand when it’s appropriate to offer your advice so it can be received and take root in that person’s thoughts. In these moments, more attention should be paid on how to get them to hear, instead of just being heard.