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What is the difference between advice and counsel?

Answer from our relationship trained AI Couple Coach:

Updated: 

March 27, 2024

While the terms "advice" and "counsel" are often used interchangeably, there are subtle distinctions between the two. Advice typically refers to suggestions or recommendations given to someone based on personal experience, knowledge, or expertise. It tends to be more informal and subjective, focusing on providing guidance or direction in a particular situation. On the other hand, counsel implies a deeper level of support and guidance, often involving professional expertise or specialized training. Counselors provide insights, perspective, and strategies to help individuals navigate complex emotional or relational issues. While advice can come from anyone, counsel is typically provided by trained professionals such as therapists, coaches, or mentors.

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