Some may disagree, but I think I'm generally good at butting out of something when it's none of my business. Of course, determining whether something is or is not my business tends to be a little trickier for me.
When there's a friend involved, I sometimes forget that my Concern isn't the same thing as my actual Involvement in the scenario.
I'm not sure if it's arrogance, or ignorance. I don't really feel that I'm necessarily better than anyone at solving disputes or other problems, just that I have insight that someone else may have overlooked. And considering how people get when in stressful situations, I'm not completely wrong in thinking that. But that still doesn't mean that I should butt in.
Is there a standard that I'm unaware of? How does one determine when is or isn't a good time to interfere (which isn't always a bad verb) in someone's life?