It's probably none of my business. I work in a cube farm. Nothing is private as far as phone conversations. As much as I try not to eavesdrop/overhear, I know that the woman in the adjoining cube has a major difficult child and could probably really benefit from this board or some kind of support group. (She probably has overheard quite a bit about my difficult child, too. My situation is common knowledge within my group since I stopped trying to keep it private and talked to my manager about it when I took a lot of personal leave days earlier this year.) Right now she is on the phone with her difficult child trying to come up with money to prevent a car from being repo'd. I'm thinking, "Don't give her the money!" Well, in spite of being in an adjoining cube, this lady is on the next aisle over and the occasion to introduce myself/chat has never come up. Our jobs are completely different so we do not interact about work. I don't think it would be proper for me to approach her but I do feel like I could do a service by letting her know about this board. Should I just MYOB, introduce myself and confess to overhearing/eavesdropping and say, "I know a great website where you can find a lot of supportive people", send her somethiong anonymously, or what? Any suggestions?