Did I do the rght thing

posted 8 months ago in Relationships
Post # 2
10036 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

Yes, you did the right thing.  Your child was with you and your child comes first.  I’m sorry you had to witness that, it must have been terrible.  If you see her again and you’re both alone maybe you could reach out to her to make sure she’s ok.  In the meantime, send up a little prayer for her safety, and I will as well.  

Post # 3
12136 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

Twizbe :  it’s good to make him aware and her that his behavior is so alarmingly wrong that the general public objects. But after that, esp as you had your child with you, you do have to make the best decisions for yourself, which you did.

all around you did all of the right things.

It’s hard to see such ugliness and be helpless to stop it. Unfortunately the world is full of people like that man who feel entitled to behave however they want without consequences. You let him know that there could well be consequences, and in the long run that’s a good public service even if it didn’t stop him in the moment.

Post # 4
6903 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2019

Twizbe :  I agree wiith the others, your safety and your childs safety has to come first. I hope that poor woman realises that if it is so bad strangers are stopping in the street to ask if she is ok, then she probably shouldn’t be with that man. You did the best you could. Don’t beat yourself up bee.

Post # 5
1167 posts
Bumble bee

you did the right thing. you interfered giving the woman an option to get out but your responsibility is to protect your child so beat to get out of the way. But make sure you teach your son not to speak to people like that, not just women.

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