2) apart from me seeing a trend in the exageration of "disorders" among these first world countries, there is also the polar oposite like this case, there are some tremendously sick people, 20 years back to now, there's been a 200% increase in Austism. I don't know much about autisim, but i understand your like unable to connect with people, and you also have some outstanding gifts
Outside of the US a lot of these "disorders" are not diagnosed at all.
Oh i know, the autism figure is world wide, a lot of links point to vaccines. then again, don't you feel like in some places, every human emotion is almost considered a "disorder"?
I mean, expert, please check this out? i can almost pee in laughter of the lameness of this bulls**t, progess!!!!! You really say this has no toxic effects?
The only thing they are missing is making a "prozac" mascot he can be a parrot pirate, that keeps the jar of pills under his wings, and he fly to a branch, and say, "its time to do some pill popping aaarrr" i think that would sell.. right? this reality doesn't seem so far away. and all the kids can run to the tree and start chanting and celebrating!!! yay make it rain pills.. you can say im a fool, but think about it, how many people wake up every morning to stuff something into their bodies to function normally because they believe something is wrong with them?
The problem with these types of commercials, is that they mess directly with the belief system of people, there can be good music and it can seem like something good is meant out of it, but subliminally its sending you all kinds of signals.
A few weeks ago, Michael pulled a knife and threatened to kill me and then himself after I asked him to return his overdue library books. His 7- and 9-year-old siblings knew the safety plan—they ran to the car and locked the doors before I even asked them to. I managed to get the knife from Michael, then methodically collected all the sharp objects in the house into a single Tupperware container that now travels with me. Through it all, he continued to scream insults at me and threaten to kill or hurt me.
Ok, by this news story I have understood that this kid is 13. Theres also another element I think we are all leaving out and that is discipline.
To name a couple examples, in the news story it mentions the kid loves harry potter, look i know this is an exagerated example, but when my father saw that at 12 I was reading the first harry potter book, he took it away from me, he said don't read that sh*t it has deamonology in it. Maybe my father was overly paranoid, but did you hear anything about any of this kids fathers figure? Not in adam lanza's case, not in here either. Where is the image of a father? Or where is the mother, supervising what his own son feeds into his brain constantly? i say if the kid has atendency to get violent, then keep him away from violent surroundings, and whip the living sh*t out of him everytime he behaves in ways that dissapoint you. Its the old school mama loving, i hit you with the belt, with my flip flops, or with the stick of brrom.. in some places in the world this is the model of raising children. at the end of the day, the child now a grown up, is most of the time thankful for all the pain and suffering their parents caused on them, because the forged the right character and behaviours, not only to not be a mass murderer, but also to be successful and full in life, and success if ofcourse much more than a college degree and a 6 figure salary
Another case, in the story it says, the kid just looses it and threatens to kill the mom, and calls her a stupid bitch. I understand the kid is a little whacko, or completely whacko if you would, but if they know that, why do they expose him to that type of ecosystem. What im saying is, if he's 13 and he wants to stab somebody to kill him its because he prolly saw it on TV, probably on a channel he wasn't suppose to be watching, or maybe his mom bought him call of duty and never restricted his play. I mean, if you want to change the world, change yourself they say, well of course there are extreme cases, but instead of reforming the whole system which i agree with, or i don't know enough about to have an opinion, start the change at home, less divorces, more time together in family, keep things old school, they weren't so fu**ed up, when man started noticing how much we advance we seem to want to question all our morals, pricniples, foundations, systems etc. We can split the atom, and live in jungles of concrete, we are in the moon but heck, is that "progress" our are we just becoming super-advanced-human and are we forgetting that we are also beings? human-beings. chances are what has always worked for every mother would work now, the only difference now all the traditional discipline, carrot and stick system of raising kids is being questioned, in this 21st century, we do everything the opposite way, and all wecare about is external models. and its also going pretty sh*tty imho!