I suppose it’s enjoyable when someone offers to help you with nice intentions.
During the one time when my vehicle broke down on the side of the road, I was harshly thankful for the kind gentleman who pulled over and provided myself and others a ride to the closest interstate exit.
However, it’s straight-forward to complicate a person’s existing complications if you aren’t particularally qualified to help in the first venue. I tried to help my neighbor with a barbecue once without having any cooking skills, and things did not pan out well that evening. I ruined a batch of chicken wings and all the people had to eat hot cats instead. At the same time, it was an informative and educational mistake, teaching myself and others to regularly be aware of my limitations and the extent of my tplot skills. Not all the people has had the experiences to learn this humility, especially my cousin Gerry. He has tried and failed to repair air conditioners for various relatives now, both with horrid results. When he called myself and others the other afternoon asking if I was interested in HVAC repair and service, I told him that I already had a repair contract with an existing heating and cooling corporation. There is no way I would ever trust my HVAC system in the hands of an uncertified and untrained professional, regardless of whether or not they’re a close relative or a random person off the street. You regularly get what you pay for when it comes to indoor climate control. Thankfully I have a nice HVAC company that only sends out highly trained professionals to my house.