For instance if you never lived away from your parents you shouldn't give advice about that.
agree or disagree?
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- It depends (please explain)Vote C
Most Helpful Girl
Sometimes people can have a different perspective to things that you might not of thought of yourself. Whether it was a womanly issue and a man answered, or people with huge age gaps, or like in your question just anything you yourself haven't personally experienced... doesn't mean they don't know anything in my opinion.
To a degree if you can't relate or aren't familiar your knowledge can be lacking. Maybe someone close to them did experience it. Maybe they just have an opinion that's helpful.
I think people should be open to all positive advice and different perspectives.0
Most Helpful Guy
I haven't experienced killing myself, but I have learned much about suicide and what people feel. I know that most problems pass and most of the people who have committed suicide would have lived better and happier lives if they had had help instead of killing themselves.
I have not experienced radiation burns from handling radioactive material, but I can tell you that it is dangerous and can kill you.
I have not experienced divorce, but have seen many people who have and have learned about many that I have not met. Enough to be able to show some people ways to avoid divorce, or to be more accepting of it if it does happen.
Obstetricians usually have not gone through childbirth and felt its affects, yet they can impart good advice on emotional changes to mothers-to-be.
People do not need to have experienced things to be knowledgeable enough to impart good advice.0