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Originally posted by seeashrink
This is not mind control. This is a statement of the society that we live in. We do not know if this kid was on any of the numerous medications that is suppose to "help" our children behave or not. If some sort of abuse was involved, sexual or otherwise, then it is still a statement about our society. I like the post referencing video games and the influnence that they have on children. I think that this is a stong possibility. As the OP said, this is not about gun control, I had my first shotgun at 11, I didn't kill anyone. Niether did thousands of other kids that were introduced to guns at an early age.
I think that we need to look at what we are doing to our kids on so many levels. No dicipline at home or at school under the fear of going to jail or getting sued. And yes I will say it, no spirituallity in their lives. It will continue to get worse generation to generation. End of rant.
I like the post referencing video games and the influnence that they have on children. I think that this is a stong possibility.
Many of the nightmarish killings of recent memory, especially the bizarre family tragedies which seem to be occurring with increasing frequency, have been scientifically linked to a sleep disorder caused by commonly-used, but dangerous and addictive anti-depressant medications.
A Mayo Clinic study, said to be the first systematic demonstration of the relationship between anti-depressants and a sleep disorder known as RBD was presented at a June 19 sleep disorder conference in Salt Lake City. The Mayo study demonstrated that a link exists between the use of anti-depressant medications in young people and the onset of REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD).
RBD is the freakish sleep disorder, described by Dr. Tracy, in which patients act out their dreams, which are often unpleasant and violent.
The acting out of nightmares results from a loss of normal muscle paralysis in REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, the dream stage of sleep. The normal muscle paralysis prevents one from acting out a dream or nightmare. RBD patients, however, generally act out their dreams in a defensive posture, as if fending off an attacker, says R. Robert Auger, M.D., Mayo Clinic sleep medicine specialist, psychiatrist and primary investigator.
Dr. Tracy greeted the Mayo study saying this is exactly what she has been warning about for 14 years.
Asked about the significance of the Mayo Clinic study on the discussion of the dangers of SSRI anti-depressants, Tracy said: "It is extremely significant. This is the disorder I have been saying for 14 years is the main cause of such out-of-character violent behavior in association with the use of anti-depressants.
Originally posted by SeenMyShare
reply to post by _R4t_
I see so many parents who don't know where their kids are, who their kid's friends are, what they do all day (and night), who have no time to simply talk to their kids. Its easy. You start when they are born and you don't stop! Enough of this "kid's space". Its time for parents to actually remember how to parent! Otherwise they are just zookeepers. Throw food and water at them, provide a roof and forget them.