Risky Business: What High-Risk Kids Teach Us About Connecting
Kay Bolden
2223

Kay — This is a wonderful post, my favorite line of which is, ‘I simply couldn’t leave them.’ I worked for awhile as a counselor at a boys’ ranch, and my ‘clients’ were male juvenile offenders. I called them ‘my boys’, and I was the only person in the building who called them by their first rather than their last names. I loved reading your story and knowing even a tiny part of the immense difference I’m certain you made in the lives of so many young people living on the (many) dangerous edges of life. Thank you, thank you, thank you for being ONE of the people we need a bzillion more of! — Blessings to you! — Barbara Drewry

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