A friend has many shortcomings .. Is it worth it to talk about it? Suddenly we will quarrel, but I want him to become better.
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Answered on November 29, 2014 20:48
It is worth it if you really want not to amuse self-love, but to make a friend better. Think about it, do not you attribute your faults to him? People tend to see in others what they have found in themselves. Hearing bad about yourself is unpleasant. Criticism can be a painful test for a person. If you decide on it, speak without reproach, gently. So that your friend does not have the feeling that you are lauding over him. Otherwise, neither goodwill nor phrases like “I can help you” will save you: they will be perceived as fake. Speak simply and directly. This is the most painless way to tell the truth.