The Friends We Should and Should Not Listen to for Advice

Counting on more than one friend is what makes life just a tad smoother. Friends provide for wide-ranging backgrounds, experiences, attitudes and points-of-view. This is why having more than one friend is advantageous, without forgetting the notion that each has their very own strengths and weaknesses. Good friends can in certain situations give bad advice. Make effective decisions by understanding the advice we should or should not take and from which friends.

 

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Fashion Advice

via flickr/ Paula Satijn
via flickr/ Paula Satijn

Should Not: You should not take fashion advice from the leggings-wearing friend who insists on wearing them everywhere, all the time and for all occasions.

Recently, YouTube personality Jenna Marbles provided a comedic take on her love for leggings with “True Life: I’m Addicted to Leggings” a parody of the MTV documentary series “True Life.” At one point she even that erupts into tears when her friend tries to confront her about her unhealthy love for leggings. Maybe this applies to any friend who is obsessed with one particular item of clothing.

Should: Listen to the friend whose style you admire and wish you could make your own. When you look at someone and think, “I want her closet,” that person should become a go-to for tips on what to wear.

 

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