By: Ky Burke | Parenting | Blog

When my son Scott was a juvenile delinquent graffiti artist at age 13, I knew he had a lot of potential. He was always asking if he could have things from around the house like extra blankets, tarps, jackets and food to take to the homeless people he met on the streets. Now that he's not a juvenile or delinquent, he uses that same brave heart to motivate and inspire others to take part in his mission to end homelessness and hunger. If you have a juvenile delinquent child whose path seems to be headed the wrong direction, remind them that they are risk takers, but also point out that they are loving, courageous people who can use their powers for the greater good and if you're lucky, they will.