In life, friends are the people who keep you on track. They are the ones who have your best interest in mind and will tell you when you're taking steps in the wrong direction. When it comes to relationship advice however, friends usually take a back seat and keep their real opinions to themselves. Or they give you the advice they think you want to hear. Instead of saying, "He's not a good guy for you" or "She seems like she's using you for your money," friends tend to keep a safe distance and just nod in agreement even when it's obvious your relationship choices aren't leading you down the best possible path.
The real funny part is when you realize you were making bad relationship choices, most of your friends will say something like "I had a feeling she wasn't right" or "I really think you messed things up with him".
We're all adults, but sometimes even adults need reality checks so my question is simple: Why aren't we more honest with our friends about their relationship decisions?