Proverbs 19:19 (Amplified)
No one likes to see other people suffer or go through problems in life; when we are around a person who has some type of difficulty we want to find a way to help. A person would have to be cold and callous to not want to help someone who is in trouble. But the question is not just if we can help someone when they have a problem. The real issue is how much can we actually help someone and for how long. We should do what we can to help other people but there will come a time when we cannot help someone any longer and that person needs to help themselves.
The Bible does tell us to bear one another's burdens (Galatians 6:2) but it also shows us that we need to bear our own burden (Galatians 6:5). In a normal situation where someone faces challenges in life that person has to come to the point where they have to deal with their problems on their own or they will never get anywhere in life. This does not mean we do not care about people but are we really helping someone who has some problem if that same person will not do anything to help themselves? Is it right to always come to someone's rescue and not expect them to do anything themselves?
Certainly there are times when we can and should help other people but each person needs to learn how to apply biblical principles for themselves and to become someone who is able to help others and not just receive help. We should be ready to lend a helping hand to those in need, to pray for others, and give a word of encouragement. But our goal is not to build a dependency on ourselves but to help others learn to do these things for themselves. It is good and right to help others but the time will come when they have to help themselves and that is the point we need to bring them to.