“Not every opinion should have a voice…know what I mean?” I smiled and nodded. I had been uncharacteristically making chitchat with the receptionist at my doctor’s office while I waited for my test results. (I’m fine, thanks for thinking the question.) Anyway, she told me that she was leaving for Miami in two weeks to attend her sister’s wedding. She made a face at the word wedding. “You don’t like the guy?” She was quiet. “Don’t like your sister?” She laughed. And then she said the opinion voice thing. Which, though I usually phrase it “it’s none of my business,” is one of my personal mottos. But I was talking to this girl I went to high school with and in her trademark judgmental nonchalance, I got the sense that she thinks there are opinions that you should voice even though it’s none of your business. What sayeth the peanut gallery? Do you tell your friends that their spouse is an addict? Or tell your sister not to marry her fiancee? Is there a difference between friends and family?