No i dont think they shud be forced....anyways they will do what they want to...yaa you can try once but we shud also not forget that a person learns from his/her own mistakes or he/she is the best person to judge wat is rite/wrong because they are the one who have thr experienced thr lives more thn anyone.
It's all about the situation. Parents and law enforcement do it everyday because it is their right and prerogative to protect you from doing harmful or irresponsible acts.<br />
As a general rule, "forcing" someone to do things your way is fruitless and counter-productive. However, if the behavior is hurtful to the person or to others, sometimes, it does require an intervention of some kind.
Absolutely. But since most people just do what they're told, force really doesn't need to be applied most of the time. <br />
But for the free: it's also "ok" for the forced person to comply, resist, ignore or simply kill the person forcing them to act.
no, but you could try to talk them into it, explain to them how it might help them become a better person
The only time it's ever acceptable to force someone to do something is when you are their parent and doing so is part of taking care of them (eg: making your kid take a bath when they don't want to).
It's never Ok to force anyone to do anything.