Would your best friend or your parents be better to go to for relationship advice?
I figure a best friend knows you personally more on a relationship level but parents know more or have more experience about relationships. Which one is best?
You should ask first your parents then your best friend and work out for yourself afterward. Parents can only guide you along best friends may want to tell how to and what to. Advice should not always be taken the more you listen to all sides you learn from all the opinions.
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