The opinion I value most is from the person who is candid and honest. I do not want people to tell me what I want to hear; I want them to tell me what they think.
My children when they are not being "terrible teens." They generally tell me the way it is and do it respectfully. I appreciate knowing their points of view.
For completely adult issues, I value my husbands opinion. He is the one who must live with me, so if he steers me wrong - that is his problem.
Above all I value God's Word. Everything I do and say must line up to the Bible. For advice, I value my parents advice as I know they decide according to the Bible. I also value my pastors advice very highly. They always give it from God's Word. So, in the end, obviously, I value God's Word more then any other counsel!! He will never guide me wrong I know:)
i'm not saying this to be nice but my wife's opinion is the one i value the most. she is smart, honest and she always says what she really feels or thinks. like me, she isn't into sugar coating things.
My husband's. He is a clear thinker, unbiased and very fair. I value his opinion highly.
by Margaret Ann Tyler Johnson 6 years ago
Why do parents get upset that their child/children have lied to them? Why was it okay for them to lie on their behalf? Do you as a parent firmly believe it's a difference between a little white lie, a good lie, or a partial lie?
by Kathleen Cochran 23 months ago
Why don't facts change a person's opinion?More than 30 years or research show that attempts to refute false information often backfire and lead people to hold on to their misperceptions even more strongly. Source: Christopher Graves, the Harvard Business Review (February 2015), Why do...
by jaydawg808 23 months ago
Is it better to lie than to hurt someone's feelings for being honest?
by Angela Michelle Schultz 7 years ago
My daughter is going through a phase where she is lying a lot. It's not about big stuff, and she's pretty honest about if she does wrong things. But she will lie to try to get her way. I am trying to figure out how to get over this hump.
by 6 String Veteran 7 years ago
Is it good to be 100% honest in a marriage?-YES? Do your forecast your actions (let's call that 'pre-honesty') or wait for him or her to ask ('post-honesty')?-NO? Why isn't it good to be 100% honest?-AND do you expect / demand the same of your spouse? Or do you have 'your own brand' of honesty and...
by Chaotic Chica 7 years ago
In the mother of all ironies, I witnessed a fight break out over, get this, friendliness. A tried and true confederate soldier descentant was arguing that Southerners were by far nicer and kinder than Yankees and a transplanted Yankee argued that Southerners WERE nicer to your face, quicker...
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