Last night I was out with a friend when we got a call from someone that was drunk and needed a rideshe asked me to come along and I do and the girl is fall down drunk crazy talking emotional etc and just reeked of it. She asked if one of us could drive her car and we said yes but when we get there she all wants to drive we block her in and try to keep her from going but she pushes past and goes anyways we followed her to make sure she was ok and she almost ran into two bridges on the way and at that point my friend called the police. She got a dui and is now lying to everyone about what happened. She was so drunk she didn't even remember me being there. My friend is feeling horrible for what happened and I told her it is better then her being dead or someone else being killed and I know it will take time,but how can I help her feel better about the situation she loves this person and just didn't want to lose them. now she did.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 1:28 AM on Jun. 8, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by momofsaee at 8:47 AM on Jun. 8, 2009
Maybe provide her a little perspective of what could have happened. Pull up pictures of alcohol related traffic accidents so that she understands that what you did was actually save her life and likely those of other people.
My question though, is why did it take the two of you so long to do the right thing? If she was fall down drunk and you watched her get in her car instead of tackling her to the ground or calling the cops first thing and she happened to kill a family of 4, how would you have felt then?
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