|Date Added: February 25, 2010 03:25:00 PM|
There comes a time in life when we have issues and problems that we simply cannot share with friends. You may be dying to ask for advice, but you are just too embarrassed to say what is going on. Usually this happens when something happens to our bodies that we are not ready for or perhaps have never seen before. This can also happen when we find ourselves in a personal mess because we have made a huge mistake. You don’t want to ask your friends for personal advice because you may feel ashamed, lost, or just plain stupid. Don’t worry, it happens to everyone.
This is one great thing about the Internet. You can log on to get personal advice, and you can do it anonymously. If you have an embarrassing medical problem, there are many websites out there that will give you personal advice based on what you say and what your condition might be. It won’t substitute for medical advice, but it may help with some of your fears while you get your courage up to visit your doctor to discuss your problem.
If you have done something like cheated on your spouse, you may want to ask for personal advice on how to handle it, but you may not want anyone else to know. That’s understandable. Though the truth may come out before you know it, you may be able to get some personal advice online before you have to turn to someone else with your burden. The more you know about the fallout of what you have done might be, and what you can do to help the healing to begin, the better it will be in the long run. It may not solve your problem, but it may give you a direction to go when you feel otherwise lost and confused.
Just remember that most personal advice comes from personal experience. This means that what was good for one persona may not work for you. This is when you have to think about the personal advice that is being offered to you, and you have to decide if that advice is something that will help you in your situation. Not everyone has the right answer, and some answers cannot be found anywhere but within yourself. It might not even be advice you need, but rather a shoulder to cry on when you can’t turn to anyone else.
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