Petition to National Alliance on Mental Illness, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Dictionary.com , Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Merriam-Webster
Change the Definition of Suicide
Every day is a tough day to cope with losing a loved one by suicide. Suicide is an issue that touches people with mental illness/brain illness as well as those who face other forms of severe mental, emotional, or physical pain. Empathy goes a long way to connect us to each other - at times when you need help, don't you want others to be there for you? Sign the petition to show that you are willing to fight for the people in your life who struggle now - or who may struggle in the future. As a nonprofit organization that promotes awareness of suicide and mental illness/brain illness and that provides support for those affected, i understand calls on the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention and the National Alliance on Mental Illness to change the definition of suicide on their websites and in their literature, or to add this new definition on their information pages about suicide. Rather than including the outdated, stigmatizing definition about intentionally taking one’s own life, we believe wording should focus on suicide’s tie to severe pain and mental illness/brain illness. The definition should be changed to, “A side effect of pain, the result of mental illness/brain illness, mood disorder, and/or physical pain.” Suicide is often a terminal effect of a mental illness/brain illness. However, you don't have to have a mental illness/brain illness to have suicidal thoughts or behaviors. Anyone can feel pain, despair, or hopelessness. Difficulties like heartbreak, bullying, financial loss, severe physical pain - any difficult circumstance can cause pain. Ultimately, physical, mental, and emotional pain are what lead to suicide. Without pain, there would be no suicides. Thus, it is time to change the definition so that all of these circumstances can be discussed openly and honestly, providing relief and hope for those struggling. Vonnie, the founder of i understand, lost her husband to suicide, and many of our supporters are survivors, as well. We believe that a change in the definition will change the way we all speak. For example, if you ask how Vonnie’s husband died and she answers, “He killed himself,” how does that make you feel?OrIf she answers, “He died from depression,” how do you feel? Likely, the two answers will lead to very different conversations, the second resulting in a discussion about the suffering he was experiencing. We believe it’s important to talk about WHY someone died rather than HOW someone died by suicide. And those reasons revolve around a struggle so deep that the person sees no other way to manage. We need to focus on the mental illness/brain illness or pain leading to the death – the causes and symptoms – rather than the act itself. This will increase understanding and reduce the stigma attached to suicide and, in turn, will save lives. A simple change in language can impact those struggling with their physical or mental health, their loved ones, and survivors of suicide loss. We call on AFSP and NAMI to be the first to make a public move affirming this definition by including it in their literature and websites. We believe this should be a movement across the world in mental health organizations, schools, families, dictionaries, psychological organizations, and social circles. Change the conversation with those around you – you never know whose life you could be impacting. AFSP and NAMI - it's time to take action. i understand is a nonprofit organization based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, promoting awareness of suicide and mental illness/brain illness and providing support for those affected. We hold support groups for those who have lost a loved one to suicide and we host free monthly community events. We have partnered with Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, where we have funded a Clinical Nurse Specialist who educates about mental health in the traditional hospital setting – the first position of its kind in the country. Our nurse works with staff on using proper language around mental illness/brain illness and on finding appropriate treatment for patients. Additionally, we provide care packages for those affected by a mental health crisis at the hospital. Visit our website at iunderstandloveheals.org or find us on Facebook by searching i understand or #iunderstandloveheals
Petition to U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, President of the United States, Department of Education, United States Department of Health and Human Services
A Common Sense Solution To Fix Our Social Issues...
*AS YOU READ, consider the fact if we keep doing what we've always done, we will keep getting the same results.* We have countless social issues such as crime, racism, sexism, bullying, police brutality, and now "anti-maskers." We tend to fight each issue separately, however, they tend to be intertwined and are symptoms of the same root problem. Through examining my own harsh upbringing, law enforcement career, our social issues, and listening to offenders, I discovered the root problem is a lack of critical thinking and a lack of emotional intelligence. In a nutshell, critical thinking is the ability to use basic sense and logic. Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize, process, and be mindful of your emotions and those of other people. Instead of fighting our social issues after the fact, how do we prevent them from happening in the first place? How do we create a cycle which empowers everybody to be the best version of themself? We start where most of us spend the bulk of our time developing, school and home. Below is the solution, followed by FAQ's. Garcia’s Intelligent Youth bill (national): School:- Critical Thinking classes will be mandated in grades 5-12, but are highly recommended for earlier grades. Critical thinking, like science, is a subject with a variety of sub-topics. The list of sub-topics below is not a complete list.- Grades 5-8 must address the topics of logic, bullying, emotional intelligence, right vs wrong, and bigotry.- Grades 9-12 must address emotional intelligence, self-awareness, fallacies, stereotypes, social issues, and logic.- Grades 11 and 12 must address the voting process, decision making, prioritizing, and spending. Home: - Hospitals and clinical services must make attempts to provide all parents/parents to be, with information on child development and psychology. This can be done with informative decor, interactive platforms, pamphlets, instructional videos, classes or any other method the medical entity chooses. - Individuals with dependents younger than 18 will take an annual one-time child development and psychology session by the end of the calendar tax year (See FAQ's 1 & 2 below). The session can be of the applicant's choosing or government provided. This qualification will not be required for people who have extra challenging circumstances such as a disability, relevant health concerns, no reasonable access to such a session, or any situation in which a session would impose an unreasonable burden on their livelihood. *IF YOU WISH TO GIVE YOUR INPUT, POWER, OR ANY ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTION, PLEASE EMAIL email@example.com FAQ: (9, In Progress) 1. Why do you want to tell me how to raise my kids? Child development and psychology sessions don't tell parents how to raise their kids. They inform parents about the science behind how humans tend to develop. The same way history classes don't tell us how to think about our country, they simply inform us of the journey. We all grow up different ways, but as humans we all require the same fundamental components. Like we need air, water, and food, our brains need nurturing as well. Ultimately, it's up to parents to decide how to feed and nurture their kids. 2. Aren't sessions for parents too bold? Too? No. It's just new. Women voting, interracial marriage, and minorities having equal rights were all considered too bold when they were proposed. We can recognize how wrong and narrow minded that thinking was. We can't be the greatest and bravest nation if having informed parents is considered too bold. My question is, why would anyone be opposed to having more knowledge? 3. Why does emotion matter? As humans, EVERYTHING we do and don't do is guided by emotions either directly or indirectly. You might eat sweets because they make you feel happy, maybe you go to work for fear of not having money, or maybe you went on a crime spree because you were angry with your life. A lack of emotional intelligence is part of why bullies exist. It’s why our violence rate is so high. It’s why some parents are emotionally unavailable to their kids. It’s why children get abused. It’s why some people choose having fun over making responsible decisions. I can give a million examples of how a lack of emotional intelligence has caused major problems in our nation. If we keep ignoring it and do what we’ve always done, we will keep getting the same disappointing results. 4. Isn't this problem already solved with ethnic studies? NO! This is a common misperception. Learning about the minority cultures, which have been deliberately withheld from our history, is a must. However, it doesn't solve the issue of people not using critical thinking and emotional intelligence. Remember, racism isn't THE issue, it's a symptom among many others. In my experience teaching people about our social issues, I see people learn to correct their racism, but they'll still have the same narrow thinking about gender or some other population. Or they'll read about racism and conclude it's only a thing that a White person can do to a Black person, no other possible combination. If we don't directly address the root problem with what Garcia's Intelligent Youth bill proposes, we'll forever be creating solutions to individual symptoms, rather than eliminating the source. It'll be as productive as mopping under an open water spout, without ever turning it off. 5. Why isn't the role of poverty in street crime acknowledged? Garcia’s Intelligent Youth bill is an addition to the current fight against poverty, it isn't a replacement. There are multiple factors behind street crime and this bill is acknowledging the areas which are not already being addressed. 6. What about costs? Preventative measures tend to be far cheaper than dealing with social issues after the fact. Right now, our social issues are one of our biggest burdens financially, mentally, and physically. Crime costs Americans billions of dollars a year, suicide is high, demand for public services is high, public services are debilitated by that high demand, loved ones are lost every day, children are neglected every day, etc. Our system is a series of chain reactions. Prioritizing the areas mentioned in this bill will eliminate many of the costs from crime, improve our safety, improve our public services, save lives, and enhance our wellbeing. 7. What about the impact on teachers? As mentioned, our entire system is a connected series of chain reactions. Social services, policing, and all other services are overburdened by crime and other issues. This takes away from the resources and money that could go in to schools and minimizing the burden on our teachers. By taking a preventative approach early on in development, people will be less likely to require social services, thus minimizing the demand of their resources and maximizing the resources available for schools. Right now we're in the process of reform which includes more resources being diverting to schools and teachers. This reform is paving the way for this bill to fit in nicely! Garcia's Intelligent Youth bill helps everyone, including our much needed and cherished teachers. 8. Why do you mention suicide in response to costs? There are many reasons people commit suicide and a few are connected to our society lacking critical thinking and emotional intelligence. For example, a common factor in suicide is the victim's parents lacking emotional intelligence. That lacking comes in the form of abuse, an inability to connect, the inability to prioritize their child's wellbeing, an inability to acknowledge their child's emotions, and other forms. Other common factors in suicide are bullying and racism, which tie back to perpetrators lacking critical thinking skills and emotional intelligence. 9. How does police brutality fit in here? For years, studies have shown uneducated officers tend to be more likely to have misconduct issues. That doesn't mean all uneducated officers are bad nor all educated officers are good. It means there is a negative trend among uneducated officers. Unfortunately, most departments don't require officers to have an education. There is also the trend of police brutality disproportionately impacting marginalized groups. Garcia's Intelligent Youth bill will help correct those issues at the core.
Petition to YouTube
Youtube delete Logan Paul’s account
Dear Everyone, You all saw the Logan Paul video, and I am very sorry that you saw what was in that video. He has been disrespectful before, but the video he made in the suicide forrest is by far the worst. He needs to learn that he can’t do everything just for views and that views ain’t anything special, so youtube needs to take his account down. Sign if you agree!
Petition to United States Congress, John McCain, Jack Reed, Mac Thornberry, Adam Smith
End Military Mental Health Crises and Suicides: Create Behavioral Health Corps.
Since WWII, the number and cost of psychiatric casualties has far exceeded the combined total of soldiers both wounded and killed in action. For every soldier killed on the battlefield, 25 die by their own hands. Twenty-two veterans take their own lives every day. Of those, only about five are in the VA Health Care System. This is a problem that is grossly neglected. These deaths and mental health crises are highly preventable, however not much is being done to ensure that. While reports have long since exposed gaping holes in military policy & procedure, there has yet to be action in changing simple yet impactful policies. In an effort to instill impactful change and save lives, The Institute of War Stress Injuries, Recovery & Social Justice is launching this petition to put pressure on Congress to create a Behavioral Health Corps. In every branch of the U.S. military there are the following Corps: medical; nursing; chaplain; legal; and supply. There is no mental health or behavioral health Corps. Furthermore, mental health professionals are siloed. Psychiatry is assigned to the Medical Corps; psychiatric nursing is assigned to the Nursing Corps; psychology, occupational therapy and social work report to what’s called the Medical Services Corps. And there are thousands of qualified mental health professionals at community health centers on base who are forbidden to administer care to our soldiers. All of this results in no coordinated policy on training or standardization of treatment and care, as well as tremendous waste, redundancies and huge financial cost. Bottom line: no one is accountable for mental health. Because of this, one mental health professional can end up being responsible for 6,000 active duty, deployed soldiers. Classified army studies revealed that a typical infantry soldier can withstand 180 days on the battlefield before becoming a psychiatric casualty. Because of this, there can be up to a three-month waiting period for a deployed solider who is suicidal. Because of this, there are more than 360 PTSD programs in the Department of Defense, each operating in silos with different staffing and processes. Creating a Behavioral Health Corps is merely the first step in ending this devastating cycle, as there are many other issues such as the military’s 100 year-old mental health policy (that is proven ineffective!), the 203 policies that re-enforce stigma and other policies responsible for chronic mental health staffing shortages. Our soldiers and veterans deserve the highest quality of care during and post-service. Join us in taking steps to end preventable military mental health crises and suicides. Take Action: Sign this petition. Join in the conversation with #BHCnow - sample Tweets below. Our soldiers & vets deserve the highest quality of care. Make military mental health a priority, establish a Behavioral Health Corps. #BHCnow @SenJohnMcCain Make military mental health a priority, establish a Behavioral Health Corps. #BHCnow http://bit.ly/2tKkzaD End military mental health crises & suicide, sign this petition to create a Behavioral Health Corps: http://bit.ly/2tKkzaD #BHCnow #SaveOurVets This organization is striving to end #military mental health crises & #suicide. Read how you can help make a difference. http://bit.ly/2tKkzaD #BHCnow Handles to tweet at: @SenJackReed @SenJohnMcCain @MacTXPress @RepAdamSmith About the Institute of War Stress Injuries, Recovery & Social Justice The Institute of War Stress Injuries, Recovery & Social Justice is the only known organization dedicated to the transformation of military mental health care services, support and policy. Its mission is to investigate, identify and eliminate root causes for repetitive, self-inflicted crises in military mental health care to ultimately influence public policy and practice. The Institute believes all military members and their families should have access to the highest quality mental health care services available during active duty and following service. It is located at Antioch University in Seattle, Wash., and was founded by Mark Russell, a retired veteran of the U.S. Navy, CDR, Ph.D. ABPP, who has seen firsthand the devastation our troops and veterans are experiencing as a result of our outdated and outrageous military policies
Petition to Twitter, Inc, Jack Dorsey
Ban #shtwt and other self-harm tags on Twitter
Similar to another petition here on Change.org concerning eating disorder Twitter (#edtwt), self-harm Twitter (#shtwt) is a dangerous and unhealthy community. I should preface this with the fact that these hashtags contain VERY graphic content, so if you are sensitive to blood, gore, self-harm, or similar things, DO NOT GO INTO THIS COMMUNITY. What you can typically find there are photos of self-harm, ranging from mild to extreme, with cute filters and stickers, or words like “cute,” “pretty,” or “sexy” describing the open wounds on people’s bodies. I often see people seeking advice on how to cut deeper or how to treat their wounds, including some instances where people cut too deep and didn’t know how to control the bleeding or people whose wounds got infected. It’s blatantly against Twitter’s policies (encouraging self-harm & being in danger OF self-harming), as well as furthering the stigma of “cutting is for attention.” I was addicted to self-harm for a long time in high school but understand that there are lines being crossed in these Twitter hashtags—and there are a few dozen hashtags at least. Romanticizing, encouraging, glorifying, and bragging about self-harm is both dangerous and insulting. Not to mention, I’ve seen several different instances of these graphic self-harm hashtags mixed in with other hashtags, exposing and triggering others who do not wish to see blood and wounds. Please help to get Twitter to act. It’s not long before someone dies or severely injures themselves trying to fit in with this community. Here are some more tags to ban: #shtwt #selfharm #selfharmtwt #Barcodetwt #Catscratchtwt Resources for anyone who is, or knows someone who is, struggling with self-harm or suicide. • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ • Crisis Text Line: https://www.crisistextline.org/topics/self-harm/ • You Matter Suicide Prevention Hotline: https://youmatter.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/about-you-matter-2/ • Self-Injury Outreach & Support: http://sioutreach.org/
Petition to Joe Dill, Michael Barnes, Willis Meadows, Sid Cates, Rick Roberts, Bob Taylor, Xanthene Norris, Liz Seman, Ennis Fant, Sr., Lynn Ballard, Butch Kirven, Dan Tripp, Joseph Kernell
Create a New First Responder Agency in Greenville County
What is ECS?The mission of Emergency Community Services is to provide community based support to improve safety and reduce crime while taking stress off of our law enforcement officers. Emergency Community Services is a new first responder agency proposed to work in place of LEOs for emergencies that do not need law enforcement presence. The main areas which ECS would handle would be: - Mental Health Crises/Behavioral Calls- Domestic Disputes- Substance Abuse The Need for ECS Mental Health The former Dallas Police Chief, David Brown, said “Every societal failure, we put it on the cops to solve … Not enough mental health funding, let the cop handle it. Not enough drug addiction funding, let’s give it to the cops. Here in Dallas we have a loose dog problem. Let’s have the cops chase loose dogs. Schools fail, give it to the cops. 70 percent of the African-American community is being raised by single women, let’s give it to the cops to solve as well. That’s too much to ask. Policing was never meant to solve all those problems. I just ask other parts of our democracy along with the free press to help us.” This speech is a microcosm of the stress on LEOs. Ask yourself this: what is the purpose of law enforcement? The only acceptable answer is to enforce laws, mainly those of a violent nature. This is what they were created to do and what they are trained to do, and to expand their responsibilities to mental health, family counseling, and everything else does not work. A study done by the Treatment Advocacy Center found that when police come into contact with individuals with mental health disorders - 10% of their interactions - are 16 times more likely to not just be shot but killed. Citizens with mental disorders make up 1 in 4 of all fatal police encounters, 1 in 5 of all jail in prison inmates, and 1 in 10 of all LEO responses (Fuller, Lamb, Biasotti, Snook, 2015). In 2019 in South Carolina there was 16.6 suicides per 100,00 people (compared to 14.5 nationally), leaving us ranked 25th in the nation. In general our suicide rate has been on the rise (AmericasHealthRankings.org) Domestic Violence One of the biggest issues South Carolina faces is that of our domestic violence. A February 2019 article in AP News explains that SC is the “nation’s sixth-worst state.” While it does show an improvement - from being in last place - it is still awful. In 2015 the National Domestic Violence Hotline conducted a study among abused women and police. In the study they found: 4 in 5 who had not called the police were “somewhat or extremely afraid” to call the police in the future (70% thought it would make things worse, 59% did not think the police would believe them, 45% wanted to protect the offender in some way, and 17% believed the police would be violent to them or threaten to or actually arrest them)- 1 in 4 who had not talked to the police would not call them, and 1 in 2 were unsure if they would- 1 in 3 victims felt less safe after calling the police- 2 in 3 who had called the police were somewhat or extremely afraid to call again (80% thought nothing would happen, 51% thought it would only get worse)- 1 in 4 women had been arrested or threatened with arrest when reporting partner abuse of sexual abuse to police- Only 1 in 7 (14%) of women were extremely likely to call in the future - the rest would not or were unsure if they would call (Logan, Valente, 2015). And the sad fact is that these beliefs are not without reason. The National Center for Women and Policing conducted an analysis of studies in regards to police domestic violence rates. Police have a domestic violence rate of 40% compared to the national average of 10%. Several factors have been proposed that attribute to this statistic: - The stress we put onto police while simultaneously making them bottle it up is not something that any person is made to handle- The training of police officers rewires their brain and increases violent responses- Because police are the respondents to domestic violence, families would not be trusting of the police to protect them- The culture of policing creates an environment where it is tolerated and normalized- The personality type of police officers are more prone to violent outburstsWhile the final two are difficult to prove or disprove, the others have significant merit. However as this proposal is focused on introducing a new response unit we will not focus on the effects of training, although it deserves significant discussion in the future. BenefitsOne of the main goals of ECS is to take much of the pressure that likely attributes to these factors off of the officers. In addition if we change the people who respond to these calls then there is a significant increase of trust from the victims who are married to officers. This then could be yet another step towards weeding out the irresponsible and “bad-apple” officers. In addition to these the local benefits of ECS are deserving of consideration themselves. Greenville has a lack of psychiatrists which is difficult to combat. However if ECS was to pay our responders (who would likely be psychiatrists, trained therapists, etc) a competitive salary we would increase the influx of mental health professionals. This, combined with things like the reduction of crime, improvement of community support, and the families of the mental health professionals moving in we would likely see an increase in our already high growth. We would provide members of our community with jobs, and could provide a starting point for people who need some sort of workforce breakout. By intervening prior to a crime is committed (often the crime of mentally ill people is not what prompts the call, but how they respond to the officer) we would keep a significant number of people out of jails, prisons, and the criminal justice system. We would save tax dollars on incarceration, free up court dates for violent criminals, and save money on public defenders to be able to allow them to focus where they are needed most.
Petition to Freeing Naya from her trap house
Unfortunately Naya made the small mistake of being behind on a few classes, and being quote on quote "rude" for saying "Can you please get out I am trying to do a test". Freeing Naya will result in letting her hang out with Francesca so they can have a splendid time. Signing this petition will make you an extremely cool.
Petition to U.S. Senate, United States Department of Health and Human Services, Donald J. Trump, Kamala D. Harris
Make Facebook Care About Mental Health by Demanding People Over Profits
On July 3rd, 2014 we created the private Bipolar Disorder Support group on Facebook with the intent to connect people with bipolar disorder and other mental health issues to one another and to help facilitate real positive changes in the lives of the people within the group. We currently have over 35K members and have continued to strive to provide the best support possible for our members to achieve better mental health outcomes. We have impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people throughout the years, and we take great pride in what we do. Our staff, which is 100% volunteer, along with our absolutely wonderful group of members are overwhelmed with compassion when another member reaches out in a crisis. Like a well-oiled machine, everything falls into place, admins, mods, and group members alike spring into action. Providing group conversations, one on one discussions through various means including text, video, and voice. When needed we elevate these issues to Facebook’s suicidal content team through their reporting tool, we provide links, hotlines, websites, and more. We even elevate some of these crisis situations to local law enforcement officials to provide welfare checks on people we’re concerned about. However, that in fact is not the point of my post today. My post addresses a problem within the Facebook community. Over the past year or so, Facebook has been censoring content on their platform including within this group through their woefully inadequate community guidelines in regards to what is and is not acceptable regarding suicidal ideation and self-harming type posts. Through a system of strikes, Facebook has automatically removed content and posts by people actively seeking help and even those actively in crisis, that by any means of legitimate analysis by a sane individual would clearly indicate the poster needs assistance. They need to talk to someone. They don’t need to be told to reword their post so the Facebook bots don’t destroy it along with destroying their chance of getting help. That is our purpose, to let people discuss real issues facing them, and to let the members of the group help them. I’m not going to scare you with statistics about depression and suicide rates. I’m not even going to place emphasis on the fact that this growing mental health crisis is made substantially worse by social media giants like Facebook. These data points are already out there. To be clear I am addressing Facebook directly here, not the entirety of social media. Facebook is effectively saying they do not care about your mental health condition, especially if it has the potential to negatively impact advertising revenue, regardless of the well-being of the community or the individuals that signed up to Facebook expecting a place to talk freely. A communication platform that does not allow the open and active discussion of reality, specifically the reality that we’re not always in the right place mentally and we may need help, is not what I signed up for. Or what I stand for. And not what I expected when I created the group so many years ago. Facebook has shown through their actions what their stance on the issue really is, with PR stunts to make it look like they care, to make it seem like they’re providing effective options for people to get help with their problems, like the recently launched the Emotional Health hub. The Emotional Health hub sure does look nice on Mental Health Day, the day Facebook announced the feature, which can be found by searching for “Emotional Health” within the main Facebook app. This is nothing more than a rearrangement of resources that have already been in existence and are already well established. This is nothing new. This is not impressive. This should not be commended. This is an affront to everyone who legitimately advocates for better mental health. We, as a community REJECT Facebook’s clear disregard for the health and safety of the community. I, as a leader in the fight for better mental health outcomes, REJECT FACEBOOK’s ABHORRENT INABILITY TO SEE THIS AS A REAL ISSUE. We will continue to DEMAND Facebook accept accountability for the mental health of the community and we will continue to DEMAND Facebook to implement better tools to more effectively provide support to those in need. I’ve been in touch with Facebook on this very issue for months now, and if there is one thing that is clear it is this: FACEBOOK DOES NOT CARE ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH. FACEBOOK DOES NOT CARE ABOUT PEOPLE IN CRISIS. Today, on October 17, 2020, I, Jason Rybka, along with all the staff at Bipolar Daze Mental Health Network and on behalf of all of our followers, supporters, and the mental health community at large, do hereby reaffirm our commitment to PROVIDE SUPPORT TO THOSE IN NEED. Facebook may not care enough about the issue, but we do, and we WILL NOT STOP until we see a conviction from Facebook to address this clear shortcoming on their platform and begin to PUT PEOPLE OVER PROFITS, COMPASSION OVER PUBLIC IMAGE, and REALITY OVER PERCEPTION. Join us in our fight by sharing this far and wide. Share it with your friends, share it with your communities, and share it with the people you love, because it may be you or a loved one in crisis at some point, and we need to ensure that when that situation occurs, help is there. I INTEND TO FIGHT FOR THIS CAUSE UNTIL WE CANNOT POSSIBLY DO BETTER. and WE CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER. Where is the outrage from the informed medical health professionals and public officials on this matter? Where is it? I’d like to know. I will take this to The United States Congress if given the opportunity to do so. I have the documents, I have the receipts, and I’m sure Facebook has all the data I need hiding from public view to backup all of my assertions. It’s time to expose this at the highest levels. WE WILL MAKE FACEBOOK CARE! #MAKEFACEBOOKCARE WE WILL MAKE FACEBOOK PUT PEOPLE OVER PROFITS WE WILL MAKE FACEBOOK PUT THE SAFETY OF THE COMMUNITY AT THE FOREFRONT OF THE DISCUSSION WE WILL NOT ALLOW THE MENTAL HEALTH OF OUR PEOPLE DETERIORATE SO FACEBOOK AND ADVERTISERS CAN MAKE MORE MONEY WE WILL SEE REAL IMPACTFUL CHANGE Share this from our public page if you found this in a private group.Follow me on social media as I demand Facebook be held to account for this @jayreportscom Thanks so much for listening. Jason RybkaFounder, Bipolar Daze Mental Health Network (our Facebook Page link)