You’re not perfect either.
Our attention span is only decreasing as time goes on and so those who can get to the point will win in this new attention economy.Respecting your audiences time is how you get them to listen to your advice.
Removing your ego from the advice you give makes the quality of your wisdom much higher.Dry information and stats don’t inspire people to make a change or listen to you. I have my best friend spend the night and make her delete all pictures of my now-ex off my phone so I don't have to see them. With each person, it will be brand new. Now, more than ever, your loved one needs your support. —Meghan Mary Dillon (Facebook)"You don't need to reinvent yourself, but you do need to make healthy choices. Dr. John Grohol is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Psych Central. I strengthened my relationship with my parents and applied for jobs in places I never heard of. When I test that theory, I find out every time that we all have personal experiences that can help others.Your personal experiences are more valuable than you think.Lots of people give advice without knowing their audience’s problem. —Kyle Davis (Facebook)"You feel like you'll never love that way again, and it's true.
—"Don't go for the after-breakup hookup!
Don’t tell a story that goes for 90 minutes if you can avoid it.Chunk the story down into what happened, and more importantly, what your audience can learn. I genuinely want to help others so learning to give advice correctly has allowed me to impact more people.Whether you want to be a leader, coach or entrepreneur — knowing how to give advice will help you.If you give advice incorrectly, then you’ll risk being disrespectful, pissing people off and not helping others to take the positive action that will assist them.I also try to remember that I don’t have all the wisdom in the world and I don’t know everything.Some of my advice is useful and some of it is not. Adopt the mindset of Advice that is simultaneously inspiring works. Don't stop listening to your favorite band just because they liked them too. You need to put the bandage on and let it heal, meaning DON'T TALK TO HIM/HER and also DON'T LOOK AT THEIR FACEBOOK/INSTAGRAM/TWITTER and let yourself heal. It’s OK to be silent while someone sobs, just give them a reassuring, gentle touch to let them know you are there. I think it's so hard to find yourself after a breakup because you're a different person completely — you'll never be exactly the same person you were before you started dating and you'll never be who you were when you were with that person because being with that person changed you (good or bad) and now you have to find who you are again. —"If you could fall that hard for a person who is completely wrong for you, imagine how hard you can fall for the person who is perfect for you." Discover unique things to do, places to eat, and sights to see in the best destinations around the world with Bring Me!Something for everyone interested in hair, makeup, style, and body positivity.Know that there's ~science~ to explain what you're going through right now.Sure, it's not fair that you got your heart broken, but that doesn't mean you should give up hope.But don't immediately try to find someone new to distract yourself.Take this opportunity to make some little positive changes in your life.And try to steer clear of potentially not-so-healthy behaviors.Pizza and Netflix with your best friend will help. Don't stop going to the super-hipster coffee shop that you love just because it reminds you of them; go and make new memories there."
Keep your advice simple wherever possible and focus on key takeaways.I find the power of threes works best. Jim Gaffigan has gotten me through many a breakup."
Even try telling them up front how long the advice will take to deliver.You don’t need to tell your life story when giving advice.
—"Don't let your past relationships dictate how you act in new relationships. But then at some point you'll be going to bed without crying once all day. You'll move on after this and find another love, and it will thrill you as much as the last did, but in a different way. And it's OK to treat it like that and to mourn. ); I broke bad habits and made really positive new ones. It sure gives perspective."
It is such an underrated but essential trait in any partner, and one that isn’t put high enough on “the list.” —"Stop communicating and stop social media stalking. And cry. The best advice I can give is it's better to cry your eyes out on the beach with a beer and a good book than in your room all by yourself. That's OK. Start with your most important point or think about the timeline in relation to your advice. Life doesn't present too many opportunities to cry to sad movies, wear sweatpants for days on end, and sleep all day.
—"Keep in mind we all tend to remember the good times and overlook all the bad times, so when you are reminiscing on the past, make sure to include the things you hated about him like how he never gave you affection without asking for it or how you fought all the time.