What's so hard abut taking advice from someone younger then you?
No offense but some adults are moronic.
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It can be hard for some people to receive advice, no matter how sound, if the person giving the advice has no experience in the area that they are giving advice in. It's similar to a female telling a male how to cope with getting kicked in the balls and a method for getting rid of the pain quicker. The female doesn't have balls so why should I listen to her? It's that kind of mindset. Chances are, the female got the advice from another guy but failed to mention that to the guy she is giving advice too so the guy that is receiving the advice thinks that she came up with that all on her own... and since she doesn't have balls and knows that it works from personal experience then the guy may treat her like the advice that she gave was idiotic. For certain individuals it may be superiority complex, but generally speaking, I think it really comes down to the child lacking in personal experience. Sometimes the child has experience. . . but because the experience that they have isn't common for someone their age, the adult assumes that the child has no experience because experience for someone of that age is rare. Sometimes giving good advice has nothing to do with personal experience (whether they've experienced themselves or heard about the advice from someone that has personal experience), but it's always easier to take advice from someone that has personal experience than someone that doesn't.2