Effects Of Gangs On Single Parent Children
Many children growing up promise not to join gangs and many school programs help educate students but sometimes there are circumstances in which even those who thought they would never join a gang end up involved. Children prefer to not become a gang member but they cannot see any other way to avoid the situation, living in fear on a daily basis joining a gang often seems like a solution to their problems. or simply people who genuinely care) should provide positive love, encouragement, and support.
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