there is the odd time where other countries experience it, but what makes it so common in the U.S. what is different there then other civilized countries?
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I agree with you. Our problem is NOT access to guns...it is, however, the "loose cannons" that are walking our streets.
We are not significantly violent, relative to other countries. If you wish to see violence visit the Middle East, Pakistan etc. Freedom of women is significantly limited and there is tangible fear in women and others. Most of these areas are far from
Parents are around their children more than anyone? Perhaps physically, but not mentally, emotionally or spiritually. Truth is, the average father only spends 5 minutes A DAY with his children in meaningful dialog, while mothers spend slightly more.
I think that it is the parent's/family responsibility first and foremost to get help for their child or relative who is exhibiting odd or dangerous behaviors or report it. Also, some can't afford mental health care and a sizeable number refuse it.
CJ what you said makes me even more pro on staying at home with my children. Who in their right mind only spends 5 minutes a day with their own child?!?