A friend of ours passed out today and is in urgent care with abnormal EKG and low potassium. She isn't being honest with the doctor and hasn't told her parents where she is. She wants to hold on to her "little secret". The candle is for Mala and for her. I want to call the hospital myself and tell them the truth, risk the friendship but possibly save a life. I've done it before, and lost friends and I'm OK with that. Just know that I won't sit back and watch you die. I refuse to do it. In fact I think I'll call her parents.
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