Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 8 years ago

Is this not a category appropriate to asking for life advice?

Somebody explain to me what "wrong category" means as an answer when someone is asking for life advice.

Update:

Theology is not required to talk R&S.

Those stating that things here should be R&S and life advice is not R&S, justify your statement. Because you are saying that life advice does not fit the definition of spirituality. That really is an extraordinary claim, because I can open any dictionary to prove that statement false.

Update 2:

"...usually where the questions asking for life advice should have been placed."

- Why "should have been"?

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  • Keith
    Lv 6
    8 years ago
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    Means they didn't have a good answer, so they gave you a stupid one. Shouldn't matter where you post a question like that...but try under Arts - Philosophy.

  • 8 years ago

    It means' you've posted your question in the wrong category.

    If your question has nothing to do with religion or spirituality, than it doesn't belong here.

    The right category would depend on what type of life advice you're asking for.

    (also, this is the wrong category for asking this question too).

  • 8 years ago

    We discuss religion and spirituality. So life advice doesn't necessarily fit here unless you are talking theology.

  • 8 years ago

    It depends on the question, but somewhere in the Health section, Social Sciences section, or the Pregnancy and Parenting section is usually where the questions asking for life advice should have been placed.

    Source(s): About 90% of the time it really should have been put in mental health.
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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    you are a top contributer

    you should know

  • 8 years ago

    This is religion and spirituality. People come here (most often) to talk sh*t, and others come for questions regarding *religion and spirituality*. Not life advice. If your question doesn't have to do with *religion and spirituality*, it just doesn't belong here.

    ...Philosophy is not the correct place either...

  • IMO... yes.... as long as you are willing to accept that there are some way out life styles represented here........ and you will not be offended by "religious" perspectives........

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