By Kathy Ketcham
Original Source: union-bulletin.com
Not so very long ago I met with a group of children involved with dependency cases. In these cases, the court steps in to protect the child from harm when there is a threat to their safety from abuse, neglect, or abandonment.
The children, ages 9-12, talked openly about their families. They all wanted to know more about alcohol and other drugs. It seemed to help them to talk openly and honestly about the problems that had torn their families apart.
They talked, they listened and they asked lots of questions. Here’s one I had a tough time answering.
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