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firefox_12 asked:

26 Jan 2011

teen suicide

So we had a whole day on every single teacher giving lectures and worksheets on this. Teen suicide, stemming from bullying. Two of our teachers burst into tears in front of the whole Jr. High (which is by the way only about 140 kids in 2 grades) and there was a 1 1/2 hour presentation on bulling prevention and teen suicide. Youtube videos were included. The one was 9 minutes and it was about the suicide of Kristina Calco, who was a beautiful, talented, smart athletic girl who was relentlessly bullied into suicide. We head the stories of other teens, and kids who hadn't even reached that age yet. This just made me wonder, how much does this really occur in the world?

There was also the story of a boy who had a yellow Corvet that he had lovingly restored to perfection and because of something (i havent read the story in a while and i lent the book to my teacher. It's in Chicken Noodle Soup for the Teenage Soul, if you were wondering) and he was very depressed. So, sitting at night in his car, he shot himself. A few minutes too late, his friends and family arrived and found him dead in the driver's seat. He was popular and had a girlfriend and had a great deal going on and he was loved by everyone. A huge memorial service was held and every one of his peers, family members, athletes, and teachers placed a yellow rose on his Corvet. His football number and jersey were retired in his honor and his mother got his graduation cap and gown that had just come in for graduation. He was dead and gone and there was no coming back. And thus the Yellow Ribbon Project was started, a project against teen suicide. Everyone who had come to his funeral had recieved a Yellow Card that they all kept in their pockets, and that card has saved lives. When some of those people were going to commit suicide, they found their card and immediately called somone that loved them, because we've all got someone that loves us. I was just wondering how much this really happens.
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papops123 says:

Posted on 27 Jan 2011

It happens more than you could imagine.. in my school, including me there are 7 suicidal teens. But unlice other schools in our county we hav the worst bullying.


lai_07 says:

Posted on 28 Jan 2011

one of the shocking events that really happens now is this because in this stage teen agers are really vulnerable of things that can make them hurt specially in emotional this moment of our life teens are weak of facing pains that easily so they act to it seriously without thinking of the consequences thats why it happens.. so sad to think :(


vampkisses says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2011

i went through a suicidal phase and my parents found out and sent me to therapy my siater and my mom went through it to... but not from bullying but from a divorce and now a mixed family... this happens ALOT... but im happy now and sometimes i cant believe i was ever like that!!


jellyandfluff97 says:

Posted on 14 Apr 2011

I thought about it because i felt like i wasn't perfect and life isn't worth it, but then God helped me realize life is a gift, you can give it and take it away.


firefox_12 says:

Posted on 29 Jan 2011

hey, don't be suicidal. There's so much to live for in this world. Just being able to see sun reflecting off of water, flowers, the faces of people you love... those are all things that want you to stay. I see your situation, it feels like ther'es nothing in this world for you, right? Well, think again. People care more than you realize. Do you know how many of them would be rowing canoes to your funeral? Do you know how many of them would miss you? Forever? Do you know you would miss the joy of being alive too? Once gone, there's no going back.


firefox_12 says:

Posted on 29 Jan 2011

i know, and the worst part is it's like a dog-eat-dog world in schools these days, some more than others.


firefox_12 says:

Posted on 03 Feb 2011

yeah.... I'm glad everything's all right now, though

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