One thing I've observed about unsolicited advice: People rarely heed it anyway, so why waste the effort. Everyone, including myself, can become a better person in some way and is far from perfect. But if someone is not open to seeing ways they can improve, it really doesn't matter what is said. In the end, you just have to let them have their own victories and their own failures, and help those who want to be helped.
Helping people embrace life's opportunities.™
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