When I took my dog out this morning for a walk I seen a woman let her dog poop on someone's lawn and not clean it up. I always bring an extra bag so I can put people on the spot to pick it up. The problem is I cowered and did not say anything to her. Now I feel disappointed in myself and it's possibly triggered a depressive episode 8(. I think people who don't clean up their dog's poop shouldn't have one. It's disrespectful to the people who may end up stepping in it or who have to walk with their head down in order not to step in it. Lazy and disrespectful and ignorant so how do I find the courage to offer a bag to them when I don't feel comfortable confronting people in negative situations? I would be very thankful for any suggestions.
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