When telling others how you feel about the person he/she is dating choose the right words and the person will be be offended and will respect your opinion.
about 14 hours
Sometimes people are blinded by love attraction or what ever.I think especially a family member or close friend should be able to talk about these things.Better to open their eyes and let them see through yours.
I think it is OK only if it is in the person's best interest and not out of spite. If the person they are dating is legitimately doing something to hurt them...cheating etc..
Always take a chance to talk things out,better to be honest about your feelings than to hold them in.
I believe we all have an obligation towards one anothers should we think there might be a problem to inform the person, children or grown-ups. However after voicing your opinion it's still that persons decision to take it to hart or ignore it.You have done your duty so to say.Just be there should things go wrong.
about 1 month
Parents have the right to speak up. Children do not have the right to choose who a parent dates nor do they have the right to be rude, but the child does have the right to speak up if there is a need to. Friends can sometimes be your best go-to.
I had a hard time answering this question. The choices for response were too general. Unless you are certain that somebody you love is in a dangerous or abusive situation or are being pursued because of wealth, you should back off and mind your business. We are not all drawn to the same attributes in a person. Therefore, it is not our place to make judgments on somebody else's choice of partner.
If you still live at home with parents, we're going to tell you what we think. If you're on your own, and ask for opinion, be prepared for honest answers that you may or may not like.
if i KNOW that my fam or my friend is being used or cheated on, i have no problem sharing that w/ them. i would expect the same from them. you don't always think or see logically in a relationship. as long as they are not trying to bring drama because of personal feelings (just facts), there should be no problem.
A good friend or relative can give you constructive criticism and the receiving end will sometimes ignore it due to deep emotional involvement. Many times thought what you tell them happens in the future and they realize that you are a true friend or relative. A true friend will stand buy you even if you stumble.
Being in an emotional relationship can make it hard to judge a persons character. If I'm considering making a lifelong commitment, I certainly want the opinion of my close family and friends because, I'll admit it, I'm gullible and I can be fooled. So the addition of opinions from people that I trust, are an invaluable aid in such an important decision.
I believe people can in good conscience lie, and lie all the time. Therefore I do not believe there is such thing in reality. "Honesty" is an EMOTION and therefore, it is caused by chemicals in the brain. It's not real unless you imagine it is. There may have been a Christ who ordered us to obey the golden rule, but again you can't obey those rules unless you're emotional.
If you can not be honest with your friend...then you should not be friends!
open communication, honesty, kindness, and respect are the greatest forms of friendship.
I always like to be honest I'd rather the person know my feelings than to cover up or hide them this to me shows I am a good friend or family member and I believe it shows I care
just be honest. I have found that by doing that it's consistently been the best choice in life.
being honest is more important
It's important to be honest and be yourself in a relationship
I think people should tell others their concerns. However if it has to do with the person's race or nationality or anything along those lines, I say stay out of it. People should be able to date whoever they want no matter what color they are or where they come from.
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