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The child inside of todays juveniles is not dead nor is it a ghost wandering around brutally retaliating against the world Rather it is lost desperately trying to find a home or comfort in something similar What it finds instead is rage despair and violence The cause of which is the corrupt media and a shabby environment What is wrong in saying that these young victims are ghosts however is that we assume this spirit of childhood is dead that such allegedly lost souls can not be saved and can not be once again a happy child So where exactly are they finding comfort In a home where there is no apparent caring parent the child will find a new sort of family in a group of friends Depending on the group children may be joining a gang This group offers protection a caring-like environment often a home and for the most part a family As people we all need that feeling of belonging It is depressing to think of not ever having some one to be there for you no matter how independent you may be As surprising as it may seem though a violent kid may come out of a home of loving parents yet parents that do not know how to guide or punish their child It is a little unsettling to walk into a home were the child runs the household telling the parents what to do and having them oblige every time like servants We can not blame only the parents though other factors such as low-income circumstances may drive adolescents to be vicious Not having money to supply basic needs does make a child sad and angry and still only being children they see nothing wrong in doing what ever it takes to acquire these things Children are victims of their environment neglected in some way or the other that has driven
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