Two of my colleagues/workers fought on the Sunday evening, resulting in one of them hospitalized for two days and mc. Two days later, my boss called me in to discuss regarding this matter. And after reading, hearing from different ones, i do have something to say.
The most important when someone goes through that, it's not about finding what or who is right, what is wrong. But most importantly, it's to accept. To show them that we accept them that them as they are right now. Give them the space, time to recover to do what is right.
People are bound to make mistakes, errors. Some are daily, some are weekly, but it doesn't matter how long. What matters is how are we going to make it good, or even better. Don't solve the problem, yet leaving the people outside. Things/circumstances/situations can only change only when humans, people are involved. If we choose to leave/stay out of the matter, surely it will grow/go bad. Eg: You leave an apple on the table without touching. Two hours later when you returned, the apple shows signs of decaying. When you return the next day, the apple is rotten.
So what can we say? If you and I choose not to do anything, often the things will leave or grow bad. The things and the people around matters. Don't wait till it's too late. Remember: No point crying over spilled milk.