I agree. We moved so often, there were years we did not unpack. I changed schools 7 times during the 2nd grade. That does not include starting the year late and getting out early for another move. You learned to make friends fast and you were not picky or you didn't have any.Yeah, sorry but I don’t buy into that crap. I am sure most gun owners on this side of the isle don’t either. Suicide is a deep rooted mental state anxiety, heavily attributed to social unacceptance, not fitting in and inability to identify ones self worth. Being cutoff from social interaction with peers may worsen a problem that already exists, it’s not the cause.
I do feel for the families that lose young ones to suicide. It’s a horrible place to be to not recognize what’s coming or to know and be unable to reach them on a meaningful level.
The lefts preaching about how the world doesn’t accept people who are different is a much bigger issue that more than likely impacts young people much more than lack of social interaction. Having lived in 45 places before the age of 18, I can tell you from experience, being cutoff from friends and peers is not the problem. I am quite sure that my 3 siblings who shared that childhood would agree. We quite literally spent the vast majority of our childhoods with only each other.
There are a lot of people that can't live that way.
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