It's difficult to say I do know some people who have been domestically abused and their relationship and even when you go to help them they're like in front of the part of the be like no please like no I'm fine I'm good so sometimes you know unfortunately they don't wanna help you can't
Which I totally feel because you're you know do you feel like you can take that on me physically I will call the cops but I'm not fighting a man that I know he's gonna beat me up now we got to beat up bitches
I mean it really just depends what kind of fight like if there's just like arguing like I'm not going to intervene because I honestly don't know what's going on and if it's like physical then yeah I would intervene by calling the cops.
I've been hearing this answer, I totally get it, but I guess I'm curious as to like, depending on the kind of fighting, is there something that has to happen for you to get involved, like some sort of inciting incident?
I'm with you on this one. I'm kind of interested hearing these responses like what's going to make you call the police plus why are you immediately going to call the police as well as will you not call the police if this is a black couple. Just interested to see where the police thing comes in.
I just want to be clear, I think you have the purest intentions. I'm just asking these questions to have a better understanding of the thought process when people have this answer. Just want to know when they actually do call the police or what are the circumstances in which they actually won't call the police. I'm just asking these questions to have a better understanding of the thought process when people have this answer.
I think it more has something to do like if it's verbal versus physical, so if it's a verbal fight, I guess like in my opinion if it starts to get super disrespectful then yeah intervene, but once it's physical then yeah You might as well get the cops involved regardless.
Still why are you intervening into a conversation that has nothing to do with you? It doesn't matter what they say to each other has nothing to do with anybody They could call each other the dirtiest names in the book We don't know where it's coming from has nothing to do with us, but I hear you
Well, it's more or less once you can start realizing, like when you've seen the situations or been in the situations, you know how certain things escalate. So you know whether or not you need to step in or have someone around you that's capable of stepping in.
Unfortunately cause you don't know how another relationship is you don't know how it escalates you do not know that is you assuming that your gauge for stuff is the same gauge as the two people that are fighting and I might not be
Brev, the only way I'm intervening is with my camera and recording that shit fam. That's some entertainment later on fam. And I realize how bad my life is, I watch these motherfuckers, always fighting Brev, like nah.
Depends, Dreamy. Depends on how bad the situation looks. The guy, are they beating the shit out of one another? Then yeah, okay fine, but if they're just yelling, I'm just like, oh okay. It's one of those days, huh? So it all depends.
I think it really depends on the context of the argument. Like if it's something petty and it's like it's not really going nowhere and it's not going to escalate then obviously I'll just keep it stepping but if it's something where like it looks like it's going to get physical and it's just getting way out of hand then yeah I'll into