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Her family refuses to give up and tries to make sure she is "at peace"

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June 23, 2015 12:45 PM

In the four-and-a-half months since Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unresponsive in the bathtub of her Atlanta townhouse on Jan. 31, those closest to her have refused to give up.

“Krissi is breathing, but she cannot communicate,” says a source close to the Houston family. “I think [Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother] Cissy Houston said it best – that’s she’s in God’s hands.”

In her room at her Atlanta-area rehab center, her loved ones focus on “making sure she is at peace,” says the source. “Someone usually will read to her the 23rd Psalm,” says the source. “Her family is right there with her. They sing to her and talk to her. They just want her to feel that they are there by her side. They hold her hand a lot and pray with her too – even if she doesn’t know that they are there. In spirit, she knows. They have always tried to be there for her.”

As for Bobbi Kristina’s future, the source says: “The family and her father [Bobby Brown] are just taking things one day at a time. She’s just in God’s care and it’s whatever he decides.”

Last week, Bobby’s sister Leolah Brown slammed Bobbi Kristina’s aunt, Pat Houston – who is married to Whitney Houston’s brother Gary Houston – on Facebook, accusing her of worrying more about Bobbi Kristina’s money than her welfare, a claim a family source strongly denied.

Bobbi Kristina Brown Has Not Been Brought Home to Die, Says Aunt

“The heartbreak and pain we feel in seeing her that way is beyond words,” said the source at the time. “No one is trying to pull the plug. No one is saying goodbye.”

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