Me: Enjoying life
Hmm. This is tough. I totally agree with the prior posts stating this is not your job, not your issue etc. But I think it changes slightly because there are kids involved.
If it was me, I think I would drive over with the crutches and the kids. Wait in the car while the kids take them inside and visit with him for a few minutes. He gets what may (or may not) help his injury, but more importantly the kids get to see their dad and you've set a good example of rising above and being kind.
I don't really see a downside... unless he lives far from you and it would be a real hassle, in which case don't bother. AND as long as you protect yourself by expecting absolutely nothing in return. No thanks, no appreciation, nada. Think of it like dropping some coins in a homeless man's cup. Do the action that feels right to you and then move on from it, expecting nothing in return.
But, hey .... this is just one girl's thoughts. There are so many on here wiser than me.
[This message edited by gypsybird87 at 9:06 PM, October 9th (Wednesday)]
Him: Someone else's problem
Follow your heart, but take your brain with you. ~ Alfred Adler
Letting go of the outcome is about the most empowering thing you can do for yourself. ~ LosferWords