By JefferyLillie - 07/01/2015 08:31 - United States - Fargo
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He and I both came from a bad back rounds. He turned some what out like his father. I've seen him him it women but never like beat them. We're as I turned out like my step dad.
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After a lot of bad grammar translation: OP and his flatmate both have abusive fathers. His flatmate, though not as bad as his father, has anger issues. He has, in the past, hit women although never truly injured them (side note: never okay to hit people you are in a relationship with, whether or not it qualifies as "beating"). OP, in contrast, turned out more like his step-father in temperament. Poor sentence composition aside, fantastic for you that you would step in and do something about that situation. Really awesome and brave of you.
What a disgusting way of thinking #10. If you heard someone on the street crying for help, would you ignore them because it's 'not your business?'. Honestly, the way you think that someone possibly beating their girlfriend is 'their business' kinda makes you sound like an abuser yourself.
That actually reminds me a bit like an old teacher of mine. In the break of 30 mins we went to the supermarket (which is 5 minutes walking from our school). On the way back we saw an eldery fall off her bike because it had frozen in the night. Of course, we helped her. We explained to the teacher why we were late, he didn't tolerate it and you know what he said? '' You should've told her that you couldn't help her because you have a class to catch '' It may be a little bit different from this but it's really afwul not to help people when -you think- they need it!