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You Want Them To Get Help, But You Don't Want To Help Them Yourself. The Daily G

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Sometimes, you recognize that someone needs help. Maybe they are homeless, or crazy, or dangerous, or broke, or addicted to drugs, or a drunk, or are broke, or are lonely, or are depressed, or are a bad person, overall.

You see that they need help and you may be able to help them, but maybe helping them might cause trouble for you.

For example: You know that a friend has been struggling to find work and there are openings at your job that your firend could fill and do. You also know that your friend is not a good employee and that helping him/her get a job at your job could put a negative light on you. What do you do?

Let's get into it.

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