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Old 10-01-2019, 11:28 AM
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Default What can I do for him as his older brother now to help him?

Greetings everyone, before I begin I would like to say that I am really grateful to have found such a forum during this difficult time.



My brother has been sentenced to 3 years and I am very concerned and worried and all of the emotions anyone may have. Adding, to my worries he is very young, and at such an impressionable age I hope and pray he snaps out of this tough guy mentality rather than embracing it and from his calls and letters he appears to want to change.



I wont front, I wasn't around for years and could have definitely been a better role model. I wont get too deep into that at least not in this post but my psychology has been totally wrecked with this whole incident. At this point I want to be the best brother I can be for him.



Any suggestions,? He is currently in county awaiting transfer. Ive read about Jackson and am honestly worried, anything I can tell him to help keep him safe and out of trouble?



He wants to get his diploma, and take classes is there anyway I could talk with his counselor during diagnostics to help get him to a facility that will give him an opportunity to work on himself? He was convicted of a violent crime.



What can I do for him as his older brother now to help him? I am worried sick, is the violence really as bad in the Ga system as people say??


Thanks everyone, please keep hope and love in your hearts.


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