Everyone needs to have a purpose. It's innate. God puts this into our hearts from when we were first placed in our mother's womb. The Lord doesn't do things randomly or without a purpose. Everything and every human have a purpose. He says that "even the rocks cry out". Kids go through so many changes … Continue reading U.S. Youth Suicide Rate Reaches 20-Year High
Summer is supposed to be the fun, let-your-hair-down, cut-loose season. And, for the most part, it is. You ride roller coasters, eat ice cream, sun bathe, and chill on the beach. But just because you put your long pants and sweaters away doesn't mean you can completely let your guard down, unfortunately. As one mom … Continue reading Doctors Are Warning All Grillers To Throw Away Their Wire BBQ Brushes IMMEDIATELY!
Kids are resilient in many areas. The place where they are not resilient resides in their emotional lability. Kids suffer more ups and downs than any other age group. Factored into t his is that their hormones raging, their self-esteem is bouncing, and, among many other things, they haven't yet figured out or matured enough … Continue reading What NEVER To Say & What ALWAYS To Say To Your Kids Who May Be Using Drugs & Alcohol
Children as young as 9 years old in the United Kingdom are being admitted to hospitals with mental and behavioral disorders caused by cannabis. National Health Service (NHS) figures reveal that more than 3,400 under the age of 19 were admitted to hospital with disorders triggered by the drug, reported the Daily Mail. Admissions to the … Continue reading Children as Young as 9 Are Being Admitted to Hospital With Cannabis-Caused Disorders
Planned Parenthood employees and educators “celebrate” abortion and do not protect young women, former employees told The Daily Caller News Foundation in a series of interviews revealing graphic details about their tenures with the organization. Myra Kincaid worked as a surgical assistant at a Planned Parenthood in Baltimore, Maryland, from February 2013 to February 2014, … Continue reading We Talked to Former Planned Parenthood Workers. Their Stories Are CHILLING!
Centers for Disease Control recorded 918 cases of syphilis in infants in 2017, a 46% increase on the previous year. The 918 cases of syphilis in infants last year included 64 babies who were stillborn, and 13 who died as infants. Nearly 1,000 babies were born with syphilis in the United States last year – … Continue reading Number of babies born with syphilis in US hits 20-year high, report finds
Teen use of marijuana may raise the risk of major depression and suicidal thoughts later in life, a new study suggests. Researchers found that cannabis use during the teenage years was associated with a nearly 40 percent bump in the risk of depression and a 50 percent increase in the risk of suicidal thoughts in … Continue reading Teen pot smoking raises risk of depression in adulthood, study finds
I want to preface this article today by saying that I don't blog for any other purpose but to bring awareness in a very dangerous time when big pharma, prescription drugs and extremely bad health advice is out there. After my own near death from a massive opioid overdose on 5/10/2008, I have been tirelessly … Continue reading Mom Says ‘Zoloft Abducted Our Child And Killed Her’
Now that it’s been exposed that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been lying about the connection between vaccines and autism for at least 14 years, many prominent doctors and health practitioners are now coming forward to corroborate the fact that vaccines are, in fact, harming children. Dr. Kenneth Aitken, M.D., a … Continue reading Scientific Voices Speak Out Unequivocally About Vaccines And Their Dangers
We all know that the emotional damage bullying has on a child can last well into their adulthood. But now, a recent study has also cast a light on the connection between bullying and future drug use. Between 2004 and 2011, researchers from the American Academy of Pediatrics followed almost 5,000 students from Alabama, Texas and California. During the … Continue reading Can Bullying Lead to Future Drug Use?