Is It True That When We Most Need Advice We Are Not Willing To Listen To It? Or Is Good Advice Always Welcome?

In this week’s essay I will be writing about: Is It True That When We Most Need Advice We Are Not Willing To Listen To It? Or Is Good Advice Always Welcome?

Throughout my life I have been told all sorts of advice, some of which were very good and helpful and others not so much. Whenever I was given advice I was either grateful for it or annoyed(this especially happened if someone my age gave me advice), usually I was given good advice which I tried to follow or learn from, but others were false and actually quite foolish, which I followed but soon learned was bad.

 Sometimes good advice can sting and anger you because you know it’s true but you still deny it, I have been through this several times, and know the pain of being given good but stinging advice. Children and Teens are pretty resisting when it comes to advice or being told what to do, and that’s very normal, especially when you begin to know things.

With my experience with good and bad advice I have concluded that(this is with my experience), that whenever I asked for advice I received better advice than I did when someone just randomly told me advice, but again there are times when good advice is just told to you without asking(I am usually not willing to listen to it).

 So I believe that the answer to this question goes both ways, but I do find that when I usually get told advice without asking for it the advice is not so good.

Conclusion

Advice is something that you can either resist or accept, even if it’s good advice. In my opinion I believe that the best advice is always asked for, but there are times when good advice is just given to you without asking for it.

In this essay I wrote about Is It True That When We Most Need Advice We Are Not Willing To Listen To It? Or Is Good Advice Always Welcome?

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