The average Nigerian is on autopilot; just doing things he was stereotyped to believe. Many of us grew into life completely oblivious about the truths surrounding our realities with spirituality, sex, business, mental and emotional health. Daily, we read and get demands from young people whose lives have been messed up by supposedly older guides and role models. The author uses his own stories of being a victim of abuse and ‘over-advising’ to portray an argument for the younger generation to ponder on, analyze, and then place a personal verdict. This book is a beginning. The end is with you, the reader. Let’s talk… ‘but what do I know?