Don't offer help if people haven't asked for it.
In most cases, when unsolicited offers of assistance are given, especially when they're heavily influenced by personal opinions on how someone else could improve or change, they tend not to have lasting impact. Regardless of the context - whether it's related to work, family, general interactions, or involving people of different age groups — it often falls flat.
True change must come from within. So does commitment and drive. No amount of external motivation or even handholding can replace that. And, frequently, well-intentioned attempts can backfire.
So, is it worth attempting to help others? Should we hold back from stepping forward in case we're not welcomed? I'm not entirely sure. I believe in striving for a balanced approach - one that empowers us to share our thoughts, experiences, skills, time, and passions openly with others.