By Erica Conte for BounceBack.com
If only the TSA report motto "If you see something, say something" was acceptable to use when witnessing someone you love in a difficult or questionable relationship. As much you try to support that person, there comes a time where all you want to do is step in and blatantly explain exactly how you feel and what they should do.
Unfortunately, proceeding in doing this may cause a wedge between you and the person you care about. At the end of the day, it is up to that person in the relationship to make a decision and decide what's ultimately right for him or her. Although it is tough to view from the sidelines knowing very well he or she deserves better, it is that person's path - not yours.
In the meantime, 'stepping in' does not always have to be an interrogation. There are ways of approaching your loved one without appearing combative or wiser than him or her. As long as you approach the situation with respect and patience, your loved oneRead More »from My Friend's in a Bad Relationship! Should I Step In?