Just a thought to save people time. I find they don’t listen in the end anyway soooooooooooo
@mr-hardbaker, Hah, Nope. If they listen then they will get somewhat of an idea as to what your saying, but being with someone they will have much greater thoughts about their own relationship. If you see it become destructive, that’s when you step in and say something about it.
When you start seeing signs of repetitious anger towards each other then you have a right to intervene.
The best thing you can do is label points about the relationship and see how the person feels about each one individually. They might not even hear you there… but at least you gave something for them to think about.
@mr-hardbaker, Why not? If they’re a true friend they’ll hear you, or at least listen without getting upset. I have a couple friends that I can be totally honest with and it’s an extremely valuable relationship to have. I can ask them for advice or they ask me for some and we value each others opinion. So maybe you shouldn’t GIVE relationship advice, but instead OFFER it, like an invitation to be advised. Don’t just arrogantly impose your judgement on them with the notion “take it or leave it” cuz then you’re an asshole and no one’s going to take it.
Only if they never asked you and it’s a bad one. Obviously.