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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

I’m sure many of these kids end up on psychiatric drugs that add to their behavioral issues. I saw a parent on a video in WA describing how he learned the school put his minor child on an SSRI without his knowledge which he learned about during the pandemic when they sent a prescription home with him. I’ve seen what these drugs do to adults, alter their personality and make them nuts. Along with all the issues you describe and a horrible sugar laden processed food diet fed to kids in schools and institutions and the insanity of social media it is surprising it isn’t even worse.

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Years ago, I worked with violent 3-5 year olds daily. PTSD from emotional/verbal/physical/sexual abuse or severe neglect and heavy metal, chemical, or some other toxicity or poisoning or allergy probably - but they were diagnosed Oppositional Defiant, ADHD, RAD, depression, anxiety disorders - detox was of course never even thought of, nor was looking into environmental/chemical or food allergies or toxins. Sometimes we would be able to call the state about safety or abuse - but we didn’t always get proof - we did our best to love them and try to make them feel safe while in our care - this world is harsh. What is your take about teenagers and violence in these institutions - side effects of meds? Toxicity reactions? Or mostly not feeling safe or loved?

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

Are there any towers around the units... I noticed lots of 5G towers on school property here in FL. I’m not sure if this is new .. I never looked before... kids in FL schools are going crazy 😐

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

In my inner -city on one busy street alone, 3 HUGE "Best-Health" mental health facilities all within walking distance...

Seems part of a plan...

No grocery stores built, or mom and pop corner food stores, no bars, fast foods, BUT 3 newly renovated 3 story office buildings specifically for 'mental health'

-well thought out plan.

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

Don't laugh Jennifer (I never had kids so everyone thinks I'm nuts) but every time I watch or read Caesar Millan, I think how his principles of training dogs would apply and be so good for kids. It seems to me that puppies and children are so very much alike in learning and needs until around 4 or 5 (depending on the child).

I once had a woman (I'd say upper middle class) with her two boys (maybe 7 and 12), come into my retail store. The boys were terrors, especially the older one. He argued, defied and talked awful to his mom. She was the "shrinking violet" type so she wasn't handling it well. (I often wondered what dad was like?) I waited to see how things were going to progress. After about 15 minutes of watching, I'd had enough. I called the older one over and told him that he was a rude brat, that in MY store kids weren't allowed to speak to their parents like at. That if he didn't straighten out he wouldn't be allowed to purchase anything. He told me he could have what he wanted and that SHE would buy it for him. I laughed in his face. Told him MY STORE, MY TOYS and that whether she bought anything was my decision. That based on his current attitude it would be a big NO. You should have seen the look on his face. Obviously no one had ever told him no. 🙄

So at that point I thought the mom was going to faint. She came over and apologized profusely, said she was taking them shopping so they could learn how to act... I told her she was way too late and that she should have been doing that when they were toddlers. She apologized again and hurried them out. Thank goodness I never saw them again. I often wondered how they turned out?

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

Anomie: in societies or individuals, a condition of instability resulting from a breakdown of standards and values or from a lack of purpose or ideals.

The term was introduced by the French sociologist Émile Durkheim in his study of suicide. He believed that one type of suicide (anomic) resulted from the breakdown of the social standards necessary for regulating behaviour. When a social system is in a state of anomie, common values and common meanings are no longer understood or accepted, and new values and meanings have not developed. According to Durkheim, such a society produces, in many of its members, psychological states characterized by a sense of futility, lack of purpose, and emotional emptiness and despair. Striving is considered useless, because there is no accepted definition of what is desirable.

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Dec 7, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

Let me guess:

Urban sprawl makes the street a place for cars not kids. Not safe to play in the street. Kids can't meet peers. The discipline imposed by strangers and friends is likely more stringent than parents or in particular, a single mother.

One parent family enabled by social services.

Extreme disparity in distribution of income. Have nots are under constant pressure. Can't afford housing. End up living in multi story apartments. Not a good place for shildren to grow up.

Ever smaller residences. No play space outside.

House prices bid up by the wealthy accumulating assets.

Low interest rates encourage borrowing.

No capital gains tax.

No wealth tax.

No inheritance tax.

Corner store and local amenities aggregated into distant shopping centres increasing car dependency.

Both parents working.

Travel time increases. Less parental time with kids.

Local schools aggregated into impersonal factories with large populations of students many of whom are incapable of listening to a teacher reading a story. Kids travel more. Less time to play.

If town planners set out to make sure that people could obtain most things they needed (including their work) within the ambit of a 5 minute walk, and the walkway was a safe place for kids to play, this might make all the difference. If people lived in a two story building with residence above and workspace below and kids walked to school and came home to at least one parent, whether working or not, this should make a difference. Hopeflly grandparents should be close. This would take some of the pressure off the nuclear family because it should enlarge the 'radius of trust' because people would see a lot more of others in the local community. It's natural that people help each other. But single use urban sprawl is not conducive to you getting to know your neighbour.

Basically, town planning and developer instincts since the advent of the motor car has created an untenable situation.

It's very difficult to unscramble the egg. i.e. In terms of all those individual titles to land and existing buildings. Need fresh country to make a new start.

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The scamdemic is working 100% as planned.

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

100% We have failed them. Peace.

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Dec 6, 2023Liked by Jennifer Brown

Flashback to the 1960s... There will be no negative consequence from deliberately destroying the nuclear family by removing the father. The State will provide!

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Yes, we have. All part of the grand plan. First we killed them with a fake vaccine treating a fake virus. Next we told them that they are either oppressors or oppressed. After that we encouraged them to change their gender, like that is even possible. Social media has been encouraging all of this behavior. Parents must be diligent and not quit and turn their children over to the state like they are dog and the hospital is some sort of shelter.

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