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14 Year Old's Open Letter To The World (2 pics)

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  • 27 May, 2014  |
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Sadly this 14 year old posted this blog online about how hard life can be for a teenager before he tragically took his own life.

1 14 Year Old's Open Letter To The World (2 pics)


2 14 Year Old's Open Letter To The World (2 pics)


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№1 Author: capt.huffnpuff (27 May 2014 02:31) Total user comments: 2799


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Every adult knows how its like to be a teenager. The vast majority of people survive. The problem is that there is a mental health crisis in the US. Suicide is now the 10th highest cause of death ahead of automobile accidents! Mental illness is still the skeleton in the family closet. We have walks for to raise funds for cancer treatment and research. Where are the walks to raise fund researching and treating mental illness?

Who cares? Who helped the young man in Goleta before he killed people? His parents were rebuffed by the authorities and he did not get the help he needed it when he needed.

We spend more money on guns than mental health and preventing suicides. I have 4 friends that committed suicide, three by guns. Screw the NRA.
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№2 Author: MexAndi (27 May 2014 02:32) Total user comments: 177


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I also had a hard time in school. I was very smart and fat, but I did get over it, when I became an adult. Sadly, most adults forget how hard life is for teenagers, and they become insensitive to the needs, insecurities and pressures of teenagers. Some teenagers simply can't take it and tragically decide to end their lives.

Sad, and preventable, if parents and teachers took the time to talk to kids more, and try to help, instead of just telling kids to "get over it".
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№3 Author: Zing (27 May 2014 03:04) Total user comments: 0


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parental guidance is very weak to this generation and this is why the next generation are going to suffer more
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№4 Author: Jimmy Johnson (27 May 2014 03:54) Total user comments: 5518


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Because you know everything when you're 14.
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№5 Author: Guragan (27 May 2014 04:27) Total user comments: 0


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God never ask you to take your life. Just a bunch of idiot teenager.
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№6 Author: Jericho (27 May 2014 11:25) Total user comments: 649


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God doesn't exist, you moron - your argument is invalid.
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№7 Author: shade (27 May 2014 15:13) Total user comments: 1198


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May he rest in peace. Sadly, not everyone is strong enough to survive the pressure of growing up.
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№8 Author: styopa (27 May 2014 17:29) Total user comments: 913


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^I'll take #3's answer on this one.
I'm 46 with 4 kids (21, 20, 18 ,16), and we made a conscious choice when they were born that THEY were our top priority for the next 25 years....not our jobs, not having fun, not vacations, except insofar as it's about what's best for them. We're not their "best friends", we're their parents, and while every one of them agrees that we were stricter, tougher, and expected more of them as kids than their peers, they all (now) agree that's made them better people.
We've stayed together as a couple through some pretty rough times, again, because we both believe that the stability of our home is more important. Parents should be taken for granted by their children.
I'm not saying that we have the magic recipe for happiness, it hasn't always been fun. But we've seen lots of parents making incredibly selfish, short-sighted choices and it's depressing.
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№9 Author: Phynix4 (27 May 2014 17:58) Total user comments: 5461


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there is no easy answers to fix teenage suicide. But it gets better, all of us were there once and managed to survive it...you can too. Find away. Your death does NOT 'show the world' your pain. The reality of life is this: its tough out there, being stupid makes it tougher. not everyone makes it, sh*t happens, keep moving forward. Invest in your education, get a job and be your own person for your own reasons. Look for what brings you joy and pursue it to your dying days. it really is just that simple.
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№10 Author: Lu (27 May 2014 20:11) Total user comments: 15060


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Jericho gets karma for 'knowing' that God does not exist. Interesting.
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