Yes, I would help them work out their problems.No, I would let them work out their own problems.
Yes, I feel as though it is my responsibility to be a good citizen and help others in need.No, I don't intend to be a bad person, but I don't feel as though it is my place to get involved.
Yes, no one should get away with breaking my best friend's heart.No, it really isn't any of my business, and the only thing I should be doing is comforting my friend.
Yes, even if I don't know her, I could not let her be harassed.No, I would be too scared of it escalating and putting me in danger.
How Do You Solve Problems?
When a problem arises, you tend to let other people deal with the issue. You often find that it is their responsibility to handle their own issues, and that it is not your place to get involved. Other times, you might think that it might be best for people to deal with their own problems.
When a problem arises, you feel as though it is your responsibility to diffuse or handle to problem. You are one to quickly develop solution to the issue, and you often feel as though you have a responsibility to help. While intervening in other people's problems can be helpful, there can be complications and consequences to doing so.