Of course. I think most people have had at least one of those types of people in their lives. At first I would do what I could to help. And of course you end up gettiing used. Now that I am older and wiser when I run into someone like that I ask them what are they going to do to make it better.
Yes I have, you can't save someone who doesn't wanna be saved though. That's all I have to say about that.
I saved myself years ago from drugs and alcohol. I couldnt save my sister jean she died march5 2016 drug overdose
I tried and failed horribly.
I tried to save my friend Tyson, but I can't really do that... It's not my job. Only he could save himself :/
I've tied to help me ex-husband and several people and got 💩 on.
Too much 💩 makes helping folks who don't want your help leaves you with stinky thoughts and feelings about people.
Lessons learned and I stopped 15 yrs ago.
It's a difficult undertaking. Sometimes the best thing you can do is to stand by and help them to pick up the pieces if they get through the muck.
All life is sacred and cannot be replaced.
Its your job to be who you are.
Yea. A drug user, but it was all a con game.
About 40 years ago I prevented a suicide.
Right place, right time. It felt very good and the person was very appreciative.
I occasionally attempt to do so on here, but the maxim about casting pearls and (feral?) hogs remains the generally governing rule.
Sure.....every "bad boy" that I ever dated!!! FYI, none of them ever changed, so I fell in love with a good guy and we've been happily married ever since.
Yes, but it rarely works. These days I'm content to just be there to help pick up the pieces after the disaster.