Recently I went on a road trip with a bunch of ladies to the great lakes area. While on the road, we got into a lot of "life" conversations. One lady said that she was one of those rare types that has been through just about everything. Without giving much doubt, I started into a conversation that I has plenty of backgound myself thinking that she could share some answers to some question I had. Come to find out, this lady knew nothing of what she was talking about even though she wanted to sound knowledged. She just went on and on with the b.s. I didn't say anything to not embarrass her. I just changed subject. Then she went to talk to another younger lady with more wayward advice. I called her name to start her on another subject. At this point, I'm glad to have figured her out enough not to invest into her information or even to partner with her on some projects.
Question- If I hear her giving wrong advice to another lady that maybe dangerous to believe (medical or legal), how can I gently interject accurate information to save the listener from acting on bad advice?
Thanks in advance
Asked by Anonymous at 11:55 AM on May. 21, 2011 in Relationships
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