My sisters heroin addict drunk bf broke her finger. He was trying to get in the house so he was pushing on the door and she opened it, causing her to fall back and she broke her finger.
Does it make me a pussy that I don't feel mad or intend to do anything about it? Found out today and it's been a month since it happened.
No anger or anything, what's wrong with me?
What do you mean by red pulled? Shouldn't I have some sort of duty to beat this guy up for what he did?
Also she isn't trash, she is bad at making decisions (obviously) but she is the kindest sweetest woman
redpilled = down to earth
and yes, your sister is trash and only time will put her on the right track, don't rush into the guy, let her make her own decisions, if she stays with the guy theres nothing you can do about it, if she dump him, good for her tho.
>Does it make me a pussy that I don't feel mad or intend to do anything about it? Found out today and it's been a month since it happened.
>No anger or anything, what's wrong with me?
Nah man, it makes you smart.
Sounds like an accident, and at the end of the day, when shit goes down they both made their choices and knew what they were gettin' into.
Shit, couple weeks past I just walked past a house in my street watching some polish asshole slapping his girlfriend around.
I didn't do shit.
I was right not to.
Because I could hear her gettin' slapped around again today.
At the end of the day, she is responsible for her choices, not you. If she chooses to date a deadbeat, and stay with a deadbeat. It's on her.
Another way to look at it, is why put yourself at risk for someone that'll make the same mistake over and over again.
Doesn't matter how "kind" or "sweet" she is.
I mean, that first time I saw the girl gettin' slapped around.
I would have risked gettin' my ass beat, and for what? For her to just get slapped around again? For her to tell her friends "he's nice once you get to know him"? Or for me to be accused of whiteknighting because I just wanted to get my dick wet?
Look, girls like this don't need a white knight in shining armour - they need a shrink, for their Stockholm syndrome. And shit, the only one with any real power to make these changes in their lives are themselves.
Thank you for writing all of that, makes a lot of sense. I guess I know that there is nothing I can do to help her, but I feel like most guys would feel like they need to fight this guy out of honor and pride alone, but I don't have the urge to do that. I guess I was curious as to whether that made any sense to anyone else and if it's true or just unrealistic.