I have a 16 year old sister there electric has been out for 5 days now My mom is more than capable of paying a bill but chooses to blow moneyAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:49 AM on Mar. 15, 2010 in General Parenting
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I would probably call... If I was worried that my younger sister wasn't being given the appropriate guidance and she, a minor, was permitted to do drugs and have a sexual relationship with an adult man, I would feel as though it was my duty to get her some help. Almost an adult doesn't make her an adult. 16 is a crucial age and as a young girl, she needs stability and guidance. If CPS took her out of that situation, I'm sure it wouldn't be the worst thing for her. If she continues to stay w/o an intervention, she may end up a pregnant drug addict.
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