Quite self explanatory. so why is that?
this is mostly directed at guys actually [not all of u, obviously]. iv noticed a lot less girls answer rate me questions, and if they do, its usually to express their frustration at the question.
guys however, still go ahead with the numbers.
have u ever thought of the fact that the reason 'rate me' questions aren't dying down is because they actually get responses? or have u ever thought that rather than rating people, u should just advise them to love themselves rather than seeking validation from strangers?
we should be sending a positive message to people who dont feel good about themselves, rather than reducing them to a figure. try it sometime.
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Personally, I tend to stay away from those questions. :P Not always though...
But I think that you're right, however I think it's important to do your best not to sugar-coat things for people too... people that may be in need of some self-improvement. The last thing anyone needs is a false sense of entitlement.
Sure the truth can sometimes sting a bit, but it's something a lot of people refuse to acknowledge and sometimes really need to hear. If it's something that they simply cannot help, chalk it up to personal differences or whatever. Not everyone can appeal to everybody, and that's OK. But if someone has potential to change or improve themselves for the better, I think it's important to (tactfully) encourage them to do so. After all, it's really probably in their best interest.
It's up to them to take advice and (constructive) criticisms they receive and find the motivation to better themselves and if they don't, quite frankly, it's not your problem. Some people are prideful or stuck in a bit of a rut, advice falls on deaf ears or they get offended, and then they continue to wonder why things don't ever change or improve...0