Great for people watching and very interesting Art. Good shoes a must, lots of walking. Be sure to wear your sunscreens and a hat. They also have lots of hats for sale there. Please don't bring your dog, no matter how much you love them, it's so crowded and hot, it's not fair for the animal.
Looking for someone to blame does not heal the wounds...these kids obviously need counseling. Let's get more people into treatment before the commit such chaos in our society. The sins of the father are not something these boys need to feel guilty for or suffer anymore than they are already suffering. I hope they are able to recieve the support that is needed to heal from such a tragedy. We may never know what drove this man to act out as he did, however, it is not the fault of the survivors.
Suicide is one of the most underestimated community health problems in the world. In any year, approximately 6% of the entire population has serious thoughts of suicide. The loss in potential productivity is staggering. The legacy of suicide is often a lifetime of grief, sadness, anger and confusion. These boys need help to deal with their issues. Maybe the school could help them to recieve these services. The ideal in suicide intervention is to recognize the presence of suicidal thoughts early and prevent suicidal behavior from happening. There are theories that show ways to transform suicide risk into a life-changing and life-embracing process. Silence and secrecy are the allies of suicide. Talk and openness are the keys to a life-assisting community.
Try looking into LivingWorks Education Inc.
This is a heartbreaking story. I hope you continue to look for answers to your questions and advocate for more training and education. I hope you'll continue to find tools to cope with your loss. Suicide Survivors may be able to help you to process your loss and grief. You may have the tools to help change the policies and procedures that failed to save a life, and help prevent this tragedy from happening to another family. May you find peace in your heart,and continue to honor Chelsie's Spirit.
Don't stop looking for answers...I think 'suicide survivors' can help ease the pain of your loss, and help you focus on positive measures that can bring peace to you. God Bless you and give you and your family strength to find the reason for this tragedy. Hopefully, your efforts can help prevent this sort of thing from ever happening to anyone else. I am so sorry for your loss. Please continue to bring awareness to the need for gun safety and training. More education and training is needed when these tragedies occur. Every trauma has lessons to be learned. The past gives us reason for a future, change is a constant. In honoring the Spirit of Chelsie, I send you strength to continue your efforts for change.
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