When children grow up in a less than savory environment, how can they overcome the legacy handed them?
I, sadly, saw a news report that Bobbi Kristina Brown, 18, daughter of the late Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown, is having a battle with drugs. Her family is going to try to get her into rehab. That's great that they want that for her, if indeed, she is having issues with drugs, but, she has to want this for herself. And really want full treatment, not just a bandage.
Yet, Bobbi Kristina, isn't the only child who is going through something of this nature. This is a problem that so many young people are going through in our nation. And many of them don't have the money and family support that Bobbi does. What should they do?
So, the question remains, how do children survive growing up with parents who may be abusing drugs and alcohol? Where do they get their support and hope?