I recently met this gal in the depression support group I go to weekly. She and I have gotten along fairly well since she started going, oh about a month ago now. She had to be hospitalized for 6 days a few weeks back and they put her on meds that she could not drive. She asked that next week if I could pick her up and bring her to group. I said OK. Well here we are 3 weeks later and she asked again today in text 'can you pick me up tonight'? I don't mind doing it, necessarily. But I'm wondering why she still cannot drive. Not that it's my business. I think she just doesn't want to and doesn't want to waste the gas and take the car from the hubby, left with the kids. I texted her this a.m. telling her I might go tonight, might not. And that's usually how I feel. Usually the last hour before group I decide how I'm feeling and if I want to go. But if I say yes to her then I'm obligated to go, since she needs the ride. All I did was tell her if I go I'll text her. My repy was "you're still dealing with medication adjustment and not being able to drive?" but I said it in a nice way. she said yeah. Really? And how long do I need to do this? we aren't best friends we are acquaintences from the group. what would you do? if I show up and she's there she'll know I made an excuse. But if I don't want to pick her up I feel like I have to miss group. WTF? >LOL> I've gotten myself into a bad position. I would never rely on someone this heavily I barely knew. but oh well. ideas??