Does this trigger your PTSD?
I know people that have personally whiteness a friend slap their wife in the face, spit on them, call them stupid, etc.. did nothing because "it wasn't their place". The [BEEP]? They just awkwardly sat their as it happened and than carried on the convo several minutes later 'like nothing happened' and chilled the rest of the night. Hasn't brought it up to his guy friend or asked the girl if she was ok. He asked me on FB, 'what makes guys do that' and my question to him was: what made him not HELP her?
I know many people that admit they've seen mothers punch kids in the face and don't call the cops "because they don't want to get involved" (seriously??) and some that admit at parties, they've seen people get raped and "didn't want to get involve". I've also seen people turn their eye the other way when people kick their dogs in public.
There was a case where my aunt's friend told her that her husband raped her and aunt said "your married, you gave that consent up years ago" and told her that if she no longer gave consent she needed to move out of that persons house and file divorce before having sex without her permission would be considered "not rape".
How do you see horrific events and just let them happen, not say anything, not call the cops, not report it-- or reach out to the person? What kind of person does this
How does this make you feel about people that do this?