Making your "Two Cents" Worth Count

Crewe, Sandra Edmonds
January 2012
Washington Informer;1/5/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p20
The author discusses the tendency of some people to give unsolicited advice or opinions. According to the author, what is most striking about unsolicited advice is how readily people engage in unknown territories without even asking questions. The author notes that unsolicited advice is generally useless since lessons must be learned emotionally.


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