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Even if he DOES get out of the gang, I'm worried that they could get angry or something and go after him, and she might be with him when that happens. Her mom knows that they're dating, but she doesn't know that her BF is in a gang. My cuz said she'd tell her mom after Christmas, but I'm still worried.
I can't tell my mom or else she might tell my cousin’s mom, and she might get in trouble and never trust me again. What should I do?
You’re in a very tough sitch, girl. Fam comes first, and when you see a family member in a difficult and potentially dangerous situation, of course you want to help. It might be best to confront your cousin first. After all, your opinion will mean something to her, and it’s important that she hears it. Urge her to talk to her mom, or to another adult who can give her sound advice.
If she’s not hearin’ ya and you’re still really worried? It won’t be the worst thing in the world to talk to your mom about it. Explain that you don’t want your cuz to know that you tattled, but that you’re worried and aren’t sure what to do. Your mom will understand and know what to do.
BY LINDSEY SILKEN ON 12/23/2010 11:07:00 AM
POSTED IN secret, safety
Sometimes, it's what's Never Said that matters most...
Twin sisters Annie and Sarah couldn't be more different. But when Annie reveals a terrible secret, Sarah may be the only one who can help.
CLICK HERE to find out what happens when the silence is broken in Never Said, a touching new novel from Carol Lynch Williams.