When to say NO

@moodus (118)
United States
October 31, 2007 12:47pm CST
I have a very close friend who, just so happens to be a pastor of a church. So, as you may have already surmized, they are taken advantage of by freeloaders and people who are looking for a handout. Granted, there are many who do really need the help, but I am witnessing two people who are using this person as a doormat and it hurts me that she does not see it. These two people, who are an unmarried couple, who my friend took into her home to help them while they were searching for jobs(which they both now have)and locating a place for themselves. Well, it's been two weeks since they signed their lease, nothing is moved, they haven't done anything for my friend except use and take. My friend is convinced that the woman is a real friend. I do know different. She has lied to my friend and saying they've been working on this apartment (which I know their neighbor who has seen them one time for one hour only)and like I said, everything they own is still sitting in my friends basement, she doesn't seem to care when they leave and all the while, they've used and ruined her home by not picking up, not cleaning or wiping anything, used her utilities with no money offered, etc. What my question is is what, if anything, can I do to expose these two for who they really are?
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@rouwel23 (1353)
• Philippines
1 Nov 07
that is very poor to hear and indeed your friend has only been used.