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15 April 2011

Family sagas: CyberShrink

Parents, siblings, children, blended families (and don't forget the in-laws) all provide enough conflict to keep CyberShrink's forum cooking. Read about these family issues.

Of all the relationship questions that Cybershrink answers every week, many are not about romance.  Parents, siblings, children, blended families (and don't forget the in-laws) all provide enough conflict to keep his forum cooking.  Here are a few family issues:

My niece (17) and little sister (16), have decided to move out of home and move in with gangsters in the city where they live. These are men of 21 and older. My father suspects that my little sister is also on TIK. He has contacted the police and social workers in the area, but they never call back. My little sister has also decided to drop out of school, and as much as my father is trying to get her to go back she just gets aggravated and rude. We want the police to arrest these girls and actually lock them up so that they can see that being delinquent is not a way of living. There is nothing more we can do - we are at our wits end and scared that the next call we get is to identify their bodies. Your advice will be appreciated.

 
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