In many ways everyone is entitled to have their own moral code as long as it's within the bounds of the law. At the end of the day each of us has to be able look in the mirror and sleep at night based upon our actions and decisions. Sometimes doing things right and doing the right thing are the same. Other times it comes down to your own moral code.
For example you witness a homeless child stealing a food item. Your options are to ignore it and let him walk out of the place, report him to a manager, or stop him and offer to buy it for him. Some people might feel all 3 options are viable right things. Others may feel the only "right thing" to do is report him. Sometimes only you can decide what the right thing to do is. A few people go with the old "What would Jesus do?" approach to make their decisions.
Another example is breaking up or ending a relationship. Is breaking up in person (always) the "right thing" to do? over the phone? via email, or simply disappear? (Woud it make a difference if it were an abusive relationship?) There is no "law" against doing either approach. The majority of people do what is "comfortable" to them. None the less we all have to live with ourselves.