Get Daily Email. We are the only international conversation about the changing roles of men in the 21st century. Register Your Email. Become a Premium Member. We have pioneered the largest worldwide conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century – Here’s the deal, guys: You can read all the dating and relationship advice you can find – and there’s a lot of good stuff out there – but there’s just one key piece of advice I have to share. And no, I don’t know what it’s like to be a guy looking for women to date. But I do know what it’s like to be the girl that is asked out by a wide variety of guys, in a wide variety of ways The best advice you have ever given a man. You Must Be Logged In To Vote 0 You Must Be Logged In To Vote Reply. 3 years ago.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn 40 Shares I’ve never been one of those people to feel the need to rely on romantic advice columns. I’ve always thought that if you did, being in a relationship probably shouldn’t be your main priority in life.
Kind of weird when you stop to realize that I write for a lifestyle and relationship blog. But that’s a whole other story. I mean seriously, if everybody followed the so-called ‘do’s and don’ts of dating’, the human race would die out. There would also be no use for alcohol. And really, do these ‘experts’ have any real experience to begin with? Most of them are either single and divorced, and the ones who aren’t can only give their advice based on their own limited experience with what works for them.
What happens when a relationship between two crackheads goes on the rocks? What kind of advice can they give, then? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying it doesn’t hurt to have an outside perspective sometimes. I’m merely suggesting that you should take their advice with a grain of salt. When seeking advice, you shouldn’t take it as gospel. Like I said, what works for some people doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for you.
The best thing you can do most of the time is take it at face value and glean from it what applies to you, personally. About the best piece of advice I have ever gotten was given to me when I was living in Oxford, England, by my host mother’s father, a kindly old gentleman named, Cliff.
After I came home late from a date, I was feeling torn up about my feelings for this girl. Cliff pulled me aside and instead of beating me over the head with ‘old people wisdom’, he poured a couple of glasses of this horrible tasting whiskey and patiently listened to my problem. When I was finished, he gave me the one piece of advice that has pretty much defined how I have lived my life. He said, “Gregory, always listen to your heart, for it will never lead you wrong.” I know it sounds kind of simplistic, and it hasn’t always worked, but for the most part, it’s lead me to some interesting places in my life.
It lead me here to , for example. Now, I’m not suggesting that you give in to every emotional or romantic impulse- I mean, don’t go chasing after that hot biker on impulse because you think he’s totally sexy- I’m just saying you should use your intellect, , and common sense with your heart taking the lead.
Far too many people act on impulse without thinking things through these days, and then there are some people who over-think everything and adhere to all of these silly, made up rules that accomplish nothing but keep you from finding that one person who might bring you happiness. The human heart isn’t just a muscle; it gives us compassion, guides our choices, and keeps us honest and humble.
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hi there essay forum I really want to master essay writing skill I do have a grammar and comma problems to name a few can you help me thank you What is the best advice you ever received? Why?
And did you follow it? The best advice I have received was the advice from my mom who said " everything thing happens for good". My mothers advice was so true and applicable . It gave me hope that when bad things happened to me or things don't turn out the way I want them because of my mom's advice I understood it was is for a reason. I followed it also because through out my life it was easy to find situations where I could get upset. Since I was a little girl I heard my mom say "everything happens for Good" I heard her say it both for the good and the bad things that happened.
hearing her telling me this when she saw me upset made me put it in my mind and apply it in my everyday life. Finding myself in small situations being mad like missing the bus to get to school or being rejected by a friend, I remember always getting mad at myself , people or even God. The time I applied for a job and after waiting two weeks for interview I was mad because I didn't the new job.
This days thanks to God I have been changed because my mom' advice was so true and applicable. Now rather than just worrying myself why things always don't work out as I expected I learned not to give in or give up easily in every situations I found myself in but always I try to see beyond what is in front of me or try to focus on the positive sides of situations as they saying goes " you can either think the cup is half full or half empty". The best counsel that I got from my mother when I connected it with what I read on the bible where it says in new testament "Give thanks in all circumstances" .
I really believed that all things happens for a reason and that gave me hope. I was just wondering, pondering and thinking all the good and bad things that happened in my life. Even more I was just thinking about the good and bad things that happen in people lives and how even though at times it is very difficult to be thankful for the bad things that happen in my life but just remembering it in difficult situation helps me to clam down.
I found it to be a good reminder to just keep on being optimistic . The more I lived life there were more situations coming my way that I got me upset easily. To mention a few friends made me upset when they stopped calling me. Strangers made me upset because they cut line in front of me at a grocery store.
The dog make me mad because it pee on the sofa. The microwave made me mad because it stopped working. Sometimes it was easy for me just to get upset rather that to be happy and being thankful for the lots of things I possess . But now since two or three years ago my mom's advice really sync in and I got to apply it and at times it was difficult to believe everything was happening for a reason as the saying goes " Everything happens for a reason and a reason" but just not getting upset because I missed the bus to go to school or that I broke up with my boyfriend really felt good.
It made me feel that I was doing the right thing. That I was living my life to the fullest which when I look back at my life I was sure not to find any regrets. Ever now and then as I go through this life this two advices pop in my mind and remind me how my moms advice "everything is for good" is such an outstanding advice it gives me happiness a sense of meaning that things are not just happening but for a reason.
Here is some help for the first part, where you had the important errors: The best advice I have received was the advice from my mom, who said, "everything thing happens for good." My mother's advice was so true and applicable .
It gave me hope when bad things happened to me or things don't turn out the way I wanted them, that perhaps it was is for a reason. I followed it also because through out my life it was easy to find situations where I could get upset. Since I was a little girl I heard my mom say, "Everything happens for Good." I heard her say it both for the good and the bad things that happened.
hearing her telling me this when she saw me upset made me put it in my mind and apply it in my everyday life. Finding myself angry in some situations, such as being mad when I missed the bus or being rejected by a friend; I remember always getting mad at myself, other people or even God. The counsel that I got from my mother was enhanced when I connected it with what I read in the New Testament, "Give thanks in all circumstances." Good luck!!!
What the first guy said is a good idea. You don't want to bore the reader who has just read hundreds of other essays right at the beginning. Try to focus on a specific idea or instance.
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1. “Think before you speak. Read before you think.” - Fran Lebowitz 2. “Everything in moderation, including moderation.” - Oscar Wilde 3. “The past is behind, learn from it. The future is ahead, prepare for it. The present is here, live it.” - Thomas S. Monson 4. “Live like you were dying, Love because you are.” - Mark Green 5. “Never lie in bed at night asking yourself questions you can't answer.” - Charles M.
Schulz 6. “The most important thing to do if you find yourself in a hole is to stop digging.” - Warren Buffett 7. “Love unconditionally, laugh intentionally, live strategically, and learn daily.” - Hope D. Blackwell 8. “Watch it,' her mom snapped. 'Don't start a fight just because it's the easiest thing to do.” - John Whaley 9. “Seek to be the smartest in a room, not the loudest.” - Matshona Dhilwayo 10.
“Find joy in everything you choose to do. Every job, relationship, home… it's your responsibility to love it, or change it.” - Chuck Palahniuk 11. “Read everything and be kind.” - Penn Jillette 12. “Never miss a good chance to shut up.” - Will Rogers 13. “We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.” - Randy Pausch 14.
“Never ruin an apology with an excuse.” - Benjamin Franklin 15. “Don't ever take a fence down until you know why it was put up.” - Robert Frost 16. “The best way to predict your future is to create it.” - Abraham Lincoln 17. “Go wisely and slowly. Those who rush stumble and fall.” - William Shakespeare 18. “Rule of life. If you bother to ask someone’s advice, then bother to listen to it.” - Sophie Kinsella 19. “Find a voice in a whisper.” - Martin Luther King Jr.
20. “If you have to convince someone to stay with you then they have already left.” - Shannon Alder 21. “The hell with the rules. If it sounds right, then it is.” - Eddie Van Halen 22. “There are no foolish questions and no man becomes a fool until he has stopped asking questions.” - Charles Steinmetz 23.
“Just because you don't know what you want yet, it doesn't mean that there's nothing to want.” - Emily Henry Dear Grandpa, As I get older, my memories are starting to fade. I try to cling to every last bit of memory that I have of you. There are certain memories that have stuck well in my brain, and I probably will never forget them, at least I hope I don't. I remember your smile and your laugh.
I can still remember how your voice sounded. I never want to forget that. I catch myself closing my eyes to try to remember it, playing your voice over and over in my head so that I can ingrain it in my memory. I always thought you were invincible, incapable of leaving me. You were so young, and it caught us all by surprise. You were supposed to grow old, die of old age. You were not supposed to be taken away so soon. You were supposed to see me graduate high school and college, get married to the love my life, be there when my kids are born, and never ever leave.
This is not a valid email, please try again. My heart was broken when I heard the news. I don't think I had experienced a pain to that level in my entire life. At first, I was in denial, numb to the thought that you were gone. It wasn't until Thanksgiving, then Christmas, that I realized you weren't coming back. Holidays are not the same anymore. In fact, I almost dread them. They don't have that happy cheer in the air like they did when you were alive.
There is a sadness that hangs in the air because we are all thinking silently how we wished you were there. I hope when I am older and have kids that some of that holiday spirit comes back.
You know what broke my heart the most though? It was seeing your child, my parent, cry uncontrollably. I watched them lose their dad, and I saw the pain that it caused. It scared me, Grandpa, because I don't ever want to lose them like how they lost you. I can't imagine a day without my mom or dad. I still see the pain that it causes and how it doesn't go away.
There are good days and there are bad days. I always get upset when I see how close people are to their grandparents and that they get to see them all the time.
I hope they realize how lucky they are and that they never take it for granted. I wish I could have seen you more so that I could have more memories to remember you by. I know though that you are watching over me. That is where I find comfort in the loss. I know that one day I will get to see you again, and I can't wait for it. I hope I have made you proud. I hope that all that I have accomplished and will accomplish makes you smile from ear to ear. I hope that the person I marry is someone you would approve of.
And I hope that my kids get more time with their grandpa than I did because the amount I got wasn't fair. I wrote a letter two weeks ago to my Grampy who passed far too soon, and after writing that I realized there is so much to say to the Papa who is still here. So to one of the best men I know… this, one is for you. Papa, I thought after writing about so many others you deserved an article, something that you should've gotten a long time ago, something you deserve so great but I never wrote.
It is hard to tell someone they changed your life and put it into words beautifully enough that people can read. Here is my best shot at telling you that you changed my life. Like so many of my other letters, I will start with a thank you.
Thank you for rushing through a blizzard to be there when I was born. Thank you for watching my favorite shows with no complaints even after I stole the clicker.
Thank you for playing dolls, house and nail parlor with me for all those years. Thank you for attending every school concert and event and having the biggest smile in the crowd on your face. This is not a valid email, please try again. Thank you for going to that Ed Sheeran concert with me last minute when mom got sick. Thank you for texting me every week and telling me you love me and are proud of me, those texts keep me going.
Thank you for all the boat rides and for always baiting my hook (we all know I am terrified of it). Thank you for teaching me to see the best in everyone all of the time. Thank you for showing me that sometimes in life all you need to do is dance like an idiot or laugh at yourself.
But most importantly thank you for loving me the way you do, your love has forever been unmatched. I'll move on to telling you how absolutely incredible you are. You always joke around calling yourself amazing and awesome but deep down your humbleness would never demonstrate that. Your ability to make friends instantly and your ability to have the whole room believing they are so important to you is incredible.
Your ability to be a grandfather, father, husband, friend, brother and worker demonstrate your care and love for everyone around you. In high school I had to write an essay about my hero, someone who impacted my life more than anyone else had, I wrote about you. I do not think I ever told you this essay was in existence, but I hope someday I can dig it out of the pills of school papers and find a copy for you to read.
You have forever been my hero and continue to be. Your strength, love, and passion in everything you do are incredible to watch and to be apart to of. I am honored to be your granddaughter and I am so incredibly proud to say I am.
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