Not Every Truth Need Be Told

Posted on | April 16, 2017 | Comments Off

Dear Short Answers:
I have a good friend who has had very serious medical problems over the past couple of years. I happen to know for a fact that she is over 65 and on Medicare. However, she has been telling people that she is only 63 and can’t get health insurance.  Consequently, she has raised a lot of money on GoFundMe for her supposed medical bills.  Should I let other people know that she is not being honest and that they shouldn’t waste their money on her?  Or should I keep my mouth shut and let her fool people?  I am concerned that her generous friends might contribute to more needy causes if they didn’t waste their money on her.
Suspicious

Dear S:
Honestly, tell us again why this is your business?

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