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Newspaper Articles By: Keilan Jackson

Question Keilan

February 2nd, 2022

Dear Keilan,


My niece, Hana, has been acting very strange lately. She's been distant from her family, isolating herself. When she does come out she's always fidgety and looks at adults a little crazy. One day I found her listening to unapproved music. She also keeps meeting this boy during school. Hana even got a 2-hour detention for holding his hand and hugging him! I think she is showing signs of infection. I don't want turn her in because she is the closest thing to a daughter that I have. She is my only niece. So should I turn her in?


Sincerely,

Concerned Uncle

Concerned Uncle:


No. If I were you I'd wait and watch her behavior closely for about 8 to 12 more days.Then if Hana's signs of infection increase a lot, then turn her in. Most of the time, her behavior is normal for uncured teens. Hana will probably be fine.


Sincerely,

Keilan

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