A Twitter user asked people to share random advice and here are 30 of the most useful random advice.
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Leave the first time he frightens you. Because it won’t be the last.
Apologize to your children. Genuinely. If you were wrong, say sorry and mean it.
When you’re cooking the recipe is only a reference. When you’re baking the recipe is the work of the law.
Never take criticism from someone you wouldn’t take advice from.
When a kid shows you a drawing, instead of saying “what is it?” Or guessing, which could upset them, ask them
“Can you tell me about it?”
The kid will be excited to tell you all about it and they don’t get upset that their nonsensical squiggles weren’t immediately recognized.
Check-in on people who always seem strong. Sometimes they’re not doing well but think they can’t say anything because they’re the “strong one.”
Never lie to your doctor.
TURN ON SUBTITLES FOR YOUR KIDS!!! Studies have shown it’s proven to help with reading.
Never answer a kid’s joke. Always let them tell you the punchline even if you already know it.
Use turn signals when driving.