« Last post by MamaLiberty on November 26, 2014, 12:53:12 pm »
but how can anyone provide any advice on how to live the good life without using should?
Depends on who is getting the advice, and if they want it or not. "The good life" is a very subjective thing. What makes anyone qualified to insist on a definition for anyone but themselves? And "should" can be very benign, or can be very intrusive. If you have some way to enforce it, that's aggression. Otherwise, it's just a word and the "advice" can be accepted or rejected.