No, not that time she insisted you should be paranoid about tagging photos of yourself at “all the wrong parties,” or how you should never let strangers know that you aren’t home. (Although, hey, be smart.)
She was right about asking other people for help.
See, when you were a kid and you couldn’t accomplish something at school, your mother didn’t tell you to give up, did she?
No, she told you to ask for help. Maybe from a teacher, maybe from a classmate, but always to focus on improving, rather than quitting.
It turns out your mom was right about that — and the smartest nonprofits on Facebook are the ones who remembered what their mothers told them.
What do we mean?