This is the place to ask your questions? We all, at one time or another, have questions. We have questions that we haven’t been able to answer on our own so we ask others for the answers.
When I was growing up there was Dear Abby and Ann Landers. Twins who changed the world by answering questions open and honestly. They answered questions about family relationships, being newly married or divorced. They answered questions about over-bearing mothers-in-law and new brides who unknowingly married a mama’s boy.
I loved these columns and eagerly awaited the newspaper delivery so I could read the newest column. I learned things, I didn’t even know I needed to learn. It provided the space to learn another point of view. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different result.
The same applies to advice. If you are asking questions and getting the same answers, you don’t get another point of view. If you’re asking the same people, you’re also getting the same point of view. The same point of view gives you the same answers and with the same answers you make the same choices.
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