I don't give my opinion unless I'm asked, then I make sure I say it's only my opinion. I'm sure I said something that was completely wrong it happens when only hearing one side of the story, although nothing has ever got back to me that I was totally wrong bc I am careful not to say anything with certainty or suggest a break up or go for it that's up to whoever asks for my opinion, knowing it's easy to give advice when it not you and there's no emotions involved.I went the long way around for a very simple answer, sorry.
Thank you :-)
I don't give relationship advice. I suck at my own so I'm no one to be trying to help others
Lol I like your honestly
@bklynbadboy1 as I said once before, she is the most loyal person I have ever met
@PrincessGrail hold on to her and cherish your friendship with her cause now a days that's sooooo rare
@bklynbadboy1 I will
That's what I like to hear
I told my friend to dump his girlfriend and date an Italian stripper.None of us like his girlfriend, and I think an Italian girl would've been nice for him. And he already got a lap dance from her anyways while he was still dating his girlfriend, so I figured he might as well leave her for the Italian gal.
Did it work?
I mean, they broke up for like a year but then they got back together.
But he was gonna break up with her anyways, so my saying that didn't make a difference.Actually, the only part of that I regret is because I was basically telling him to cheat on her while they were still dating, but he kind of already was anyways.But I would've been much happier if he had an Italian girl
Nah. I just say what I would do. It's not like they have to do it so I don't feel in any way responsible regardless of the outcome.
Still. I feel partially responsible.
That's probably a good thing. I don't think my attitude is necessarily a good one xD
Have an opinion?
No, I can't think of a single instance in which I regret what I advised someone, in part because I advise people to stay away from friends with benefits. I am proud of the fact that some people I encouraged to ask another person out did and were glad they made the move.
l would never do friends with benefits l would rather date long term
You can never be certain whether advice has been "successful." maybe you told someone to avoid a relationship and they followed your advice. You have no idea what might have happened if they had pursued that other person who seemed to be available and interestedHaving said that, mMy "bottom line" advice on relationships is:"Follow your heart into a relationship but follow your head out of a relationship."It hasn't produced any obvious failures yet.
I'm pretty certain in this case.
Yes, there are some situations which are obvious to everyone except the actual participants!
I just feel bad about it. I misjudged the people involved and I feel awful about what happened.
All I do is give options and what option I think might be best. It's up to them to weigh it out and choose what's best for them. I have learned a long time ago not to push anybody into anything just because I think it's good for them.
Yes.I did the mistake of applying my own situation to someone's else and giving them advice on a problem we had in common.It turned out that this person and their partner had different views to the ones I and my partner have, and what worked for us it didn't work for them.
No, because before I give an advice I pay close attention to what that person really needs. In the en, it will be up to them too.
I gave one... It didn't go well, but I don't regret it because I didn't do it for bad... The person I gave it to took bad
I told a guy who complained about his girlfriend gold digging him to set more boundaries in his relationship with her - than his girlfriend told me he was treating her really badly and was now treating her even worse. That's when i realized he didn't really do what I said in the way I intended. I believe no relationship is better than a bad relationship and that no friends are better than bad friends but most of the people I know seem to think ignoring somebody is worse than being rude or mean to them.
I've only given one advice which was unethical in my opinion, I was selected MHO tho so I guess it worked for him okayish. Half of my advice's bear intuition and insight, I think twice before offering my voice.
unless it's a really stupid question
My advice wasn’t unethical. I just badly misjudged the person my friend was talking about.
No.. People have suggested me instead.. Like my best friend asked me to just play around with my other friend. Turns out he was also willing for that. We were good, close friends as well. But then at the end he stared developing feelings for me.
That happened to me too once.
Yes. A friend of mine asked for some dating advice with a girl and I told him to go for it. But she’s a psycho and now he’s stuck with a child and having to support both her and the child cause that bitch doesn’t even look for a job 🤷🏻♀️
Wow. That really sucks.
Never listen to my dating advice people 😂😂
My friend had a friend with benefits but they started developing feelings for each other (my friend had another crush at the time) I advised her and they are now a really cute couple.
Absolutely. Once I listened to girl give me advice on another girl, and it was the worst EVER !! Now I listen to myself and whatever happens, it's on me.
Not a bad idea
Yes I told my sister to date the guy she liked and booked a date for them. To my horror I find out they had sex and he knocked her up.
I know Right
Absolutely. Set up two friends of mine (they didn't know each other beforehand), and told him to just keep up the casual conversation and whatnot, despite her shrugging off the plans he was trying to make after the second date.Turns out she was just busy and he came off as too persistent. Now it's a little awkward between those two friends and I couldn't regret it more lmao
No, because when I give people advice in any form, I try to inject as little bias as is possible, so it's more like I'm laying out the options they have. I just tell them, "you could do this, you could do this, or you could do this. Now, I want you to think about it, weigh them based around your mentality, and decide what your best option is." Basically, it's a logical format that simplifies what they need to do and decide what will be best for them.
Yes that happened to me my boy had this his he was dating for like a year and a half he really liked her but she wouldn't give him a relationship so he asked me what should he do I told him he had to be stern he did and she broke up with him. I felt really bad
Yes I do. Met a girl online and she was pretty innocent and naive. When we met I didn’t feel an attraction but agreed to be her friend. Part of my advice was to be careful meeting guys online and I suggested she meet them in public. My regret was not driving that point home because one year later she confessed she was too horny and had met a guy at his apartment.. he forced himself on her even when she said no and she was almost a rape victim. So I regret not doing a better job with my initial advice.
Yeah. I know what you mean.
Yes but sometimes people can't think for themselves, on what they want to say or advice. They just dont.
No, but years ago a woman friend gave ME advise about dating her friend, and she regretted it... LOL...
I would never advise anyone to be friends with benefits, so not for that. But I did give my stamp of approval for a guy to date my sister. Turns out he was a real douchebag. I definitely regret that.
No. I set my friends up with plenty of girls all partys were happy except for the one girl.
Thanks. The one girl thought my friend was selfish sexually it was weird lol
Nope but they have because they just didn’t follow it lol
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I told my friend to break up with his girlfriend because she was incredibly possessive. She was spying on him with binoculars even though he wasn't cheating because of an ex she had. He ended up marrying her. I was barely invited to the wedding. She's still crazy controlling.
Told someone to just be there for someone, instead of telling them to walk away from a freindzone. This totally fked up their mental state for a few years.
Never. I give the most honest advice at that time. But I do regret taking someone's advise on dating. I ended up getting my heart broken. 💔😇
Yeah. My buddy's girlfriend went mia for a few days so I told him she was probably cheating. He later broke up with her. Turned out she had a family emergency. My bad...
No, I think With my head and not my heart, I always encourage others to seek love, never give up, and if you fail, gather your senses, pick up your and keep moving.
NopeIm very blunt and honest and stand behind what i say,. Brutal honesty always offends most but in the end they thank me for giving it to them
Told my mate that going out with a 16 year old when he was 18 was ok (legal consent age is 16 in the UK), he didn't mention that fact she was mental
Yeah I once told my friend who was desperate to ask the hottest girl out in our class in school and he got so badly rejected he didn't come school for about a week
i never gave anyone advice since i didn't want to give them wrong advice
no. i seem to be pretty damn good with this... however i completely suck at succeeding in it myself xD
Everytime people are different all over the world. What works with one is a complete disaster with all others.
Not really. I usually call it right on or close enough.
Not sure if it was avice but i set my friend with my ex wifes friend , they got on very well , he fell in love with her and kept buying her presents and they had only dated a few weeks he was spending 1000s on her. She kept saying to me he is buying me and its feels horrible and in the end she broke it off with him. He then blamed me for all his money going because I set him up with a money grabber. It wasn't nice so never again. But it was his fault he smothered her with love and gifts the poor girl needed air
mmh... no... I can't think of any piece of advice that I regretted giving.
No, because I usually think about how I’d want to be best told advice.
Yeah sadly many times... but sometimes you can't predict everything and it can be a bit fun I guees
Nah my advice more often than not lead to the right direction
Not yet, but give it time. I'm sure it'll happen eventually. Haha!
Yeah , i always try to go by what my heart tells me.
any is advice is good advice, all someone wants is to be heard.
No i don't think so, but people don't really listen to me anyway
You and me
No, it's person choice to take advice/opinions.
Yes almost every time it backfired lol
Not that I can think of
I live with no regerts
l have no regrets regards doing that
No I haven't.
Never have given advice
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