Dear Carolyn: Many years on from high school graduation, I have the opportunity to visit classmates, including a peripheral friend from our small graduating class. Many succeeded (traditional view) through life; some have not. This person was described to me as hard to reach and seemingly down on his luck, maybe even homeless. So when visiting this old “friend,” how do I approach it? Just listen, flat-out offer help, talk?
Anonymous: Visit? You sure? Covid?