Tag Archives: Suicide

WE HAVE BEEN IN AN STD PANDEMIC SINCE 2000

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Can you communicate with your Children? YOUR CHILDREN NEED YOU NOW!!!!

We now have 35 known STDs. In 1960, we only had two.

PARENTS:

  • Can you talk to your children?
  • Have you talked to your children?
  • Your child/children need you NOW, MORE THAN EVER!

The CDC released THE SYPHILIS CALL TO ACTION in April 2017
Penicillin is the only antibiotic that works, or has ever woked on Syphilis.

This Document was posted May 31, 2017

Teenagers make up one-third of the U.S. population, but they carry 50 percent of STDs.

One in four teens has an STD. (Over 80% of those infections have no symptoms, so they can go undetected, which is dangerous for the teen, their future sexual partners and their future children.)

From 1999-2014, the suicide rate in girls age 10 to 14 tripled.

The 6 months following an abortion, high school females were 10 times more likely to commit suicide than other females.

As STDs have become an epidemic in teens, so has depression.

STD Cases Soar in the US
Tuesday, September 20, 2022

30 Days For a Life Sounds Like Victim Blaming

I WILL NOT GO QUIETLY INTO THE NIGHT!!!!

All these symposiums, conferences, and meetings on Child Abuse this month sound real good;  but as I look at all the resources we have compiled, along with the certified studies, articles, and Our posts, I am not impressed.

TOO FRESH is the memory of what Alan Fountain went through in Georgia.  Nine months ago, I would have thought the petition Alan got together would have had a million signatures in a week or two, or at least 50,000 within a month.

TOO FRESH is New Mexico’s total disregard for Our Children, let alone Dereliction Of Duty due to the fact that at least 12 Sex Offenders were allowed to live far too close to a Day Care Center.

TOO FRESH is the sadness in my heart for my beloved Texas failing to report Child Abuse deaths

TOO FRESH is the 6,000 Child Abuse reports found in the trash in Arizona, the New York Daily News’ choice to post unsubstantiated reports of Clergy Abusing Children in Australia while New York falls further behind in investigating Child Abuse reports, or even Pennsylvania ignoring Sex Offenders and Child Sexual Abuse in their own school systems.

I say this because even as I looked at the new-born, beautiful little girl, I realized 11-year-old Raashanai and 3-year-old Scotty had come to see her….

30 Days For a Life Sounds Like Victim Blaming.

Another of Our Children LOST To Bullying

Community raises awareness about bullying after teen’s death

 

October 21, 2014
HAVANA, Ill. — A community came together Tuesday night to celebrate the life of a 16-year-old girl and shine a light on the issues of bullying, depression and teen suicide.

Lindsey Heflers died Saturday after battling depression that her parents say stemmed from bullying. 

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was a junior at Roanoke-Benson High School, but spent her freshman and sophomore years at Havana High School.

Lindsey’s parents want to share her story with the hope that someone being bullied or battling depression will hear it and take another route. They say there needs to be more awareness, because right now those topics are just swept under the rug. “When it comes to bullying, it’s a simple comment. It’s a simple, you’re fat. Zero tolerance means zero tolerance,” said Linsey’s dad, Danny Helfers. “I know you are kids, but think before you say something. It’s more than just words. It lasts forever for us now, it’s the rest of our lives.” “She made people happy and laugh and kept everything she was hurting inside and she couldn’t deal with it anymore,” said Lindsey’s mom Linda Helers.

Experts at the Center for Prevention of Abuse in Peoria say more than 160,000 students don’t want to go to school each day because they are afraid of being bullied. The director of prevention services, Marcia Bolden says there are signs to watch out for if you think someone is being bullied. Those include being withdrawn, having a hard time focusing and not eating. Research shows that depression can be an outcome of bullying and experts say reporting it is key to stopping the cycle. “I want to speak to those bystanders, those individuals that are also generally present,” said Bolden. “Speak up, be a voice for that person that has experienced the bullying. You could save someone’s life.”

Visitation for Lindsey is Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Her funeral is Thursday at 10 a.m. Both are at the Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes and Crematory in Pekin.

If you suspect someone is being bullied or is battling depression you can get help by calling the Center for Prevention of Abuse at (309) 691-0551