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flipper1966 flipper1966 56-60, M 3 Answers May 7 in Doing Good

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Yes.

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Why? Why can't he get a job on his own?

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I don't know. But this is more about my niece, nephew and sister than him. If I could help, I would.

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He put it in those terms. He's just a user.

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I guess it all depends on the relationship you have with your family. Personally I would, but each situation is unique.

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I'm a good guy. But people don't appreciate good guys. Good guys finish last. It's true.

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I might, if I thought he could do the job well...

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Why can't he get a job on his own? Why should his brother-in-law get him a job?

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To be nice...Look, don't do it if you don't want to, I was just answering your question...

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I did it. They didn't appreciate it. I should have guessed they wouldn't.

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Don't do favors for people because you expect gratitude, do favors because you genuinely want to do them, or else don't do them at all...it's nothing to lose sleep over, just let it go...good luck...

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But what about when you do favors for someone and he just keeps spitting in your face?

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I'd stand further away...

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No, she should get a job

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What if she just had a baby and can't work, and the baby is putting financial pressure on them?

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Well I'd call them idiots for having a baby when they didn't have the money to support themselves. Do you not get given child benefit money wherever you're from? And I guess I'd have to give them money if they were struggling

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