I feel that the problems people face are universal. Doesn't matter which generation is suffering, it pretty much boils down to the same things. But I remember when I was young, I thought all adults were pretty stupid and disregarded their advice because they "didn't understand".
Is it the same here? I see more questions from people under 18 more than anything and I have to wonder if my advice is just as valid as someone closer to their age.
Just curious - I wouldn't stop giving advice. I'm too much of a busybody.
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Its very true that here most of the question posted by under 18 kids, its because they are moving very fast in there life then they suppose to be. Getting exposer of every thing before a maturity time is not good .Its like " A tree grows naturally and give there fruits that's better then in an artificial way".Kids here getting exposer of sex ,break-off,bad behaviors ,immaturity,wrong decisions etc before then they supposed to be.And when we give advice to them then its depends upon them to take that advice in right manner ,but I don't think all kids taking it in positive manner more over they start comparing the things and try to save them self from the act they have done my saying that it happed just like that , they are not in the position to face the consequences and took the responsibility of the act done by them. More over there mind is not mature enough as a result most of the time I feel kids take our advice in little light manner. They feel elders are much strict with them then it supposed to be.
Not all kids are like that there are few very good kids who realized there mistake and shown the courage to face the consequences of there act. And in that aspects girls/females leading ahead.And when a kid post his question here has lot many factors attached to him like, environment around him, relationship he/she have with his friends,parents, partners, financial status,how he/she brought up,his/her siblings,where he/she live etc and all these factors affects him when hr/she read our reply and took a decision. So I think we have to also be care full when we reply these kids and give a good guidance for there better future.1