1. Should we trust the advice given by strangers for making decisions?
I have never approached a stranger for advice. However, I think if the advice seems wise then it can be something to consider. On the other hand, it is hard for a stranger to advise someone they do no know. There are too many factors in making a decision. The best option is to just trust your gut.
2. Who would like to make bad decisions, men or women?
I think men and women equally make bad decisions. It is hard to consider a question on this based solely on gender. Many men and women work hard to make good decisions, while they also make bad ones. It would be impossible to say who makes more bad decisions, at the end of the day.
3. Who is helpful when making a decision in your country?
I think scholars are the most helpful people, when it comes to making a decision. They have spent a lot of their lives researching and learning, so they have a lot of knowledge under their belt. Thus, they can use their expertise to steer you in the right direction. This is why so many people see counselors.
4. Do you think it is advisable to listen to others when making a decision?
I think it can be helpful to take in the advice of others. Some people have already had to make a similar decision, so their experience can come in handy. If the person knows you well, then it might be helpful too. However, ultimately, the decision should be based on your needs and desires.
5. When young people need to make a decision, should they listen to other people’s advice?
I think it would be wise for a young person to listen to the advice of others. Sometimes, a young person can make a jumpy decision that might cost them a lot of frustration in the long run. Listening to others can help avoid major problems. Ultimately, the decision shouldn’t be based on other’s thoughts though.