Mind of a Rampage Killer

Here’s my promise to you. Each of you. Directly. Even if you don’t know of someone with a Mental Health issue, a bullying issue, teens with severe anxiety, depression, and so much more not listed here, you will still be affected by it in some way during your lifetime.

~ Nova: Mind of a Rampage Killer (2013) currently playing on Netflix.

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Nature vs Nurture, a topic.

A tough watch about a teen who was bullied and eventually shot fellow students at school, but full of interesting studies and findings, that will one day hopefully help find a solution. We cannot as a society ignore these issues. They suck, but we’ve got to do what we can.

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Don’t feel you can watch? Google the subject. There are also juvenile justice issues and mental illness involved.

http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/04/24/475461959/how-talking-openly-against-stigma-helped-a-mother-and-son-cope-with-bipolar-diso

 

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Anger, Sadness, Bullying Behavior & Retaliation

Hi, thanks if you’ve been reading, sharing and enjoying. If you’re new, happy to meet you.

Something has come up with my child who also has Bipolar. I can’t talk about it right now until we know more information. So, I’m not already ignoring my blog, is what I’m trying to say. I know I have not been writing much. I’ve just got rough circumstances in the home right now, and probably legally shouldn’t discuss online. Even if I could, I owe my child privacy. I’ll fill in more when I can. I’m also thinking about how we with Bipolar deal with crises, already having difficulties with such extreme emotions and anxiety. I plan to elaborate as I am able.

Thanks.