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Why is it we somehow believe that we are facing hardships that are greater than mankind has faced before?

Think about this, just about every med out there for just about every ailment have one side effect as a common denominator, Depression and suicidal tendencies.


 
 
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Robert: Let me point out to you, this country is being taken to socialism as is much of the world. Perhaps this is the reason for no hope.

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I know you wont be able to read this, you blocked me.

But I actually think that you have a point here, they did lose the will to live. To live in a world which is so uncaring and driven by greed. Who in their right mind would have the mental strength to continue on when they are faced with economic ruin? Faced with the cretin knowledge that without an education, with out the ability to obtain mental of physical healthcare, they will never be able to achieve much of anything more than a buss boy in a fast food restaurant?

Maybe it is time that the leaders of our society stop and take a good look at how hard and how far you are pushing society? It is crumbling around us all and we have only been pushing faster and harder sense the 60s when we were supposedly to have had the ideal society of mom and apple pie.

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The question i have to ask myself is"our we now reaping what we have sewn?'

For yrs we have been attempting to medicate ourselves into an utopic state of mind. We feel sad we take a pill, Litte johnny wont sit still in class, wont finish his home work so we pump him full of behavior meds, that alter their behavior and the way the brain process information,Then we wonder why we have a generation that can not tell fantasy from reality, can't deal with confrontation, lifes challanges, failure and disappointment. Then either end their own lifes, the lifes of those they blame for the state of mind or attempt to go out in a blaze of glory to some how prove to themselves they are not the forgoten failures the see themselves as.


 
 
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, antidepressants are now the most prescribed drugs in the USA, climbing almost 400% from 1988-94 through 2005-08. Not surprisingly, the biggest jump is among preschoolers and adolescents. And if that isn't a clear warning of what lies ahead, then perhaps the fact that an estimated 1 million people in the U. S. report attempting to commit suicide each year — and that one succeeds every 14 minutes — will trigger an alarm. The number of people who no longer wish to live has been steadily rising in the past two decades, even before the recession. That suicide rate among military veterans we are so worried about? It is rising to civilian levels.

Globally, suicides have risen 60% in the past 45 years. We have a widespread affliction on our hands that is affecting the entire human race. An affliction we understand very little about. An affliction we continue to sweep under the rug and blame on guns, the economy and every other thing. An affliction that has become a preamble for mass murder.


 
 
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Usa today January 29, 2013

The ghastly murders in Newtown, Conn., reflect the prevalence of suicide here and across the globe.

experts would be wise to examine a phenomena that has been the impetus behind so many recent attacks on innocent civilians: Long before the perpetrators reached for a weapon, they lost their desire to live.

whether we're talking about Khalid al-Mihdhar and 9/11, or James Eagan Holmes opening fire on movie-goers in Colorado, or more recently, Adam Lanza, the 20-year-old responsible for the school massacre in Newtown, Conn. We now know that in each of these cases, the assailants felt they no longer had a reason to live. And it is this unnatural state that enabled them to commit unimaginable acts. Once a person makes a decision to die, the most abhorrent atrocities become permissible. There are no longer any consequences to fear: no arrest, no jail, no trial, no families of the victims to face, no remorse, no nothing. Dead is dead.


 
 
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