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Everyone needs help at one time or another. There are times when we refuse help and times when we accept it. What bothers me the most is the people who really do need help, do terrible things. For example, there was a little girl in the greater Boston area of Massachusetts, USA, that was killed by her father with the mother as an accessory. Why didn’t they seek help? Why isn’t there some type of assistance available for people who really don’t want their children and prefer to kill them instead? I don’t understand this as the child is always so adorable and looks so sweet. It is very sad that people do this rather than ask for help to resolve their situation. As children we always tried to do everything ourselves and really didn’t want anyone helping us. As we grew, the teenage years were all about no help from anyone. Finally, as adults we woke up and realized that there were times when we needed that extra little assistance to make it whether it was finances, an illness, babysitting, a ride, help with repairs around the home or with a vehicle. Often people are quite willing to help and do not expect anything in return including money or favors. Then there are the people who go out of their way to claim they are helping just so they can get something in return. I am sure it has happened to many of the viewers in the work place. It seems like a co-worker is doing something nice but then when they want something the small thing they did for you turns into a very big deal and they want triple from you whether its to cover a shift, do their work or clock them out early so they can sneak off.  There was a movie a number of years ago entitled “The Help.” It was basically about the trials and tribulations during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and how the African Americans were treated. In the Good Gus series, everyone in the town tried to help one another.  It is a good lesson for young children.