You got a mixed responses because that's how suspension goes... lol There's no easy answer.
When making suspension adjustments, you might have 10 options to address a problem. Of those 10, 5 of them will not fix the problem-but will create another problem. 3 of them will fix it but hurt something else. 1 of them won't do a thing. And MAYBE, 1 will actually fix the problem...
With that said... There are obviously a number of ways to approach your concern.
Without knowing more information, like your riding style, bike set up etc... you can:
1.) Lower the front - but you lose edge grip if you go too far, lose braking stability.
2.) Take some preload off the forks, lose braking stability.
3.) Add preload to the rear, lose rear edge grip and braking stability.
4.) Add spring to the rear, lose rear edge grip and braking stability.
5.) Add ride height to the rear, lose slide characteristics and braking stability.
6.) Alter your line through the corner.
7.) Check your compression, are you getting to the bottom too soon making the bike "plow?"
8.) Slow the rebound down.
9.) Check your body position, make sure you're looking AND leading the bike through the corner.
10.) Check your tire pressures.
11.) Shorten the wheelbase, but lose straight line stability (wheelie control).
Just my $0.02.
Try one and pay attention to how it feels. If it gets worse, put it back and try another.