Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Bullying is the cause of both gay teen suicides and most school shootings! By Jason Wittman, MPS, October 25, 2010 - The American Chronicle

The result of the harassment of gay teens is more than just suicide. It also is responsible for most school shootings!

I am sure that there are a lot of people who are hearing about gay teens that are committing suicide as a result of not being able to cope with the teasing, taunting, ridicule and bullying (TTRB) that they were subjected to in their schools and neighborhoods, who think that it is any of their concern. They don't know any gay teens. It's happening somewhere else and they don't see any reason why they ought to join a campaign to get their local schools to stop tolerating any form of TTRB. Besides the reasoning that if stopping TTRB would possibly save one life it is worth the effort, I would like to discuss the other result of bullying that effects whole communities when it occurs.

I have worked with teens for the past 35 years. I have had many harassed teens as client and have some good insights into both their feelings and their coping (or lack of coping) mechanisms. Like most humans under extreme pressure, they exhibit two main reactions, either flight or fight. Those who are prone to flight, tend to not fight back, get real quiet and withdrawn and in the extreme, totally check out through both drug addiction and suicide…
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Jason Wittman received both his B.S. degree in business management and his Master of Professional Studies in Counseling Psychology from Cornell University in Ithaca , New York. Since the middle 1980s, Jason Witman, MPS has had a private practice as a Life Coach…
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Gay Teen Suicide & Gay Marriage
– Benedict XVI and the Hierarchy –

Child Sexual Abuse & Abuse LGBT Children  

Catholic Church sex abuse documents made public - By Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press, October 25, 2010 - Salon
Don’t turn blind eye to gay bashing - By George Mattingly, October 25, 2010 – Houstonian - Sam Houston State University

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