Middle School Suicide Updated December 6, 2017 at 10:51 am

Middle School Suicide

The suicide rate among 10- to 14-year-olds doubled between 2007 and 2014, for the first time surpassing the death rate in that age group from car crashes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2014 alone, 425 middle schoolers nationwide took their own lives.

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Satanic Club for Grade Schools, Promoted By Washington State Courts

As Governor Jay Inslee signs into law record breaking public school funding with his corrupt personal libertine agenda you can be sure the misery index in the Washington State Public Schools will only increase.

Governor Jay Inslee once again using children for selfish gain.

Poor Governor Jay Inslee what a millstone of so many children he now has tied around his neck.

It would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around his neck than for him to cause one of these little ones to sin. (Luke 17:2)

Could anything else be expected from Seattle whose idea of education is Satanic seduction clubs and perverted bathroom arrangements? Where law and order is turned into lawlessness and lewdness. There is no mystery to the fact suicide and suicidal thoughts are increasing because the Legislatures and Judges are corrupting the law all the way even to destroying the foundation of healthy families.

Oh, well, as they say in King County Courts of Seattle, “So what” to evidence of good and evil – all that matters is Prosecutor Dan Satterberg be able to promote himself to the front of the class. Remember death takes on various forms from a cessation of bodily functions, physical life, to the spiritual death of a man’s conscience and soul, lawlessness.

Since the children have flesh and blood, he too shared in their humanity so that by his death he might destroy him who holds the power of death–that is, the devil– and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death. (Hebrews 2:14-15)


Seattle, King County Washington Prosecutor Dan Satterberg

Until Seattle’s own King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg repents of prosecutor abuse nothing will improve. It is that simple.

From that time on Jesus began to preach, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is near.” (Matthew 4:17)


Watch, as the misery index in public schools worsens the powers at be will increase even more funding for “experts” to “help” with the problem they created. 1The more the priests increased, the more they sinned against me; they exchanged their Glory for something disgraceful. (Hosea 4:7) Example: The number of eighth- and 10th-grade students who have thought about suicide, for example, has increased by at least 6 percentage points in the past decade. That suggests a greater need for counselors and suicide-prevention training in schools, experts said.
“We’re concerned,” said Michael Langer, behavioral health and prevention chief for the Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery. “When you look at the number of young people in our state that this is affecting, that’s a challenge. Nobody wants a young person to be in a place where they feel like they don’t have supports, whether in home or in school.” Seattle Times

Since the blind cannot lead the blind the ever downward spiral of wickedness and despair, lies and confusion will multiply in upon themselves in classrooms across America.

Oh well, “So what” that children attend the Satanists Club after school while King County Prosecutors puff themselves up in their false notions of their goodness and empty moral outrage.

That King County Courts have destroyed any sense of law in the law does not deter the widening gap between law and order that King County Prosecutors have created.

Fact is, some of these morally destroyed children will grow up to be, and now are, King County Judges, Prosecutors, and Police – shudder well.


A.C.P. : Gender Ideology Harms Children

Satanist “Club” Seattle Washington State / Grade School Kids Welcomed

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(usatoday.com)—America is experiencing a striking rise in suicide among middle school students.

The suicide rate among 10- to 14-year-olds doubled between 2007 and 2014, for the first time surpassing the death rate in that age group from car crashes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2014 alone, 425 middle schoolers nationwide took their own lives.

“It’s alarming. We’re even getting cases involving 8- and 9-year olds,” said Clark Flatt, who started the Jason Foundation in Tennessee 20 years ago to help educate teachers about teen suicide after his 16-year-old son took his own life. “It’s scary. This isn’t an emerging problem – it’s here.”

Researchers, educators and psychologists say several factors — increased pressure on students to achieve academically, more economic uncertainty, increased fear of terrorism and social media — are behind the rise in suicides among the young.

The use of social media is a particular worry because it has amped up bullying among a vulnerable age group. Young students in prior generations left school each afternoon and avoided someone who bullied them until the next day or week. Now, social media allows for bullying 24/7 — and the bully doesn’t even have to be someone the child knows.

There is so much pressure on young people they can become overwhelmed because they haven’t yet developed the coping skills adults rely on. Something an adult easily dismisses because of a lifetime of experience can be hard for a middle schooler to shrug off.

“Middle school is a very difficult time,” said Maurice Elias, a psychologist at Rutgers University and director of its Social-Emotional Learning Lab. It’s a challenging age, as some start puberty before others, and some are discerning their sexual orientation.

“They are trying to figure out who they are,” Elias said. “They are very sensitive to criticism. So they are particularly prone to suicidal ideation and even action. A lot of times they exaggerate the situation. If it’s a little thing, they think it’s a huge thing. If someone doesn’t like them, they think that nobody will like them forever.”