Sterling Sinclair Counselling Wishing You Happy Holidays, December 24, 2015, Tweed, Madoc, Belleville
Sterling Sinclair Counselling
Wishing You Happy Holidays
December 24, 2015
Tweed, Madoc, Belleville
Christmas can seem like other big holidays when it comes to traffic, hustle and bustle, and family times.
Over the years I created different posts from grinchy ones to cheery ones.
I have many Christmas Eve and Day memories – most fond.
However, there are some hurtful ones too, especially when it came to celebrating just after a close loved one died.
In my family, several such Christmases have passed.
My heart goes out to all of you.
I hope you find some cheer and comedy in these posts.
I drew them over the years in response to comments on my pages.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a real money tree?
Since we don’t have a money tree, my family gets together and we make crafts for gifts.
One thing my wife wanted for Christmas was a clean house – now that one is a tall order, but I’m doing the best I can.
I pray for many blessings and much joy for all of us.
Much love and cheer,
Psychic Sterling Sinclair Youth and Young Adult Suicide Cluster in Quinte Region Must be Addressed and Reality Faced – It is NOT due to Mental Illness Alone if at All, December 4, 2015
Psychic Sterling Sinclair
Youth and Young Adult Suicide Cluster in Quinte Region
Must be Addressed and Reality Faced
It is NOT due to Mental Illness Alone
if at All,
December 4, 2015
The Community that I am from has suffered as much as 10Xs (almost) the number of average annual Canadian suicides per capita in the last 6 months. Cluster of ages predominantly 17-22 years of age. Last month was my nephew and 2 days ago another young adult suicide only 15 minutes from my home.
Community: Belleville, Trenton, Quinte West, Stirling, Marmora, Madoc, Tweed, Centre Hastings, Ontario, Canada.
Blaming the Massive Numbers of Localized Youth and Young Adult Suicides on Their Alleged Mental Illnesses Especially Depression is Avoidance. It MUST BE STOPPED. Wake UP. Wake UP. Wake UP.
Youth and Young Adult “Suicides” –
We Must Take Responsibility for our Children
Although it is unlikely that any one of these life experiences/activities/notions is causing massive amounts of suicides in our communities, the combination of these conditions seems to be an attribute.
Many of you, even life long friends, will be angry by this list and view it as preaching. I apologize in advance if some of these conditions are reflected in your lives and this post causes you unrest or insult. I believe that because these conditions are so prevalent in our communities, silence and secrecy is governing investigations into these “suicides” and contributing to the massive numbers of them.
The following is a list of observations that describe the commonly shared conditions of life experienced by the young people who have died by “suicide” in our community lately.
The only way that we can save our children is to wake up and face some hard truths. We must face the conditions of our own homes, families and communities. Here are some of those life truths.
The silence must be broken! Responsibility must be taken.
Where are The Shepherds?
The Sheep are Being Killed in the Field!
Distancing Loved Ones
Kids Raising Themselves
Police Becoming Ineffective
Parents Seemingly Giving Up
Psychedelic Drugs on the Rise
Authority Figures not Honored
Kids not Wanting to do as they are told
Parents not Knowing Where are Their Kids
Porn Being Watched and Shared at Young Ages
Self-care Industry feeding Self-Centered Realities
Parents Frustrated Feeling Helpless and Defeated
Street Drugs Becoming More and More Dangerous
Kids Spending More time with “Friends” than Loving Families
Families, Parents and Kids Smoking Pot While Drunk or Drinking
Morals and Ethics Reduced in Teachings and Embodiment
Death and Killing and Injurious Behaviour Glamourized
Irresponsible Recreational Sex Among Kids Rampant
Mutual Respect between Kids and Adults Waning
Removal of the Church and Teachings in Families
Adult Rights Reduced while Kid’s Rights Increase
Cult and Gang Influences Strong and Accessible
Kids Left Alone for Extensive Periods of Time
Young People Die – Panic and Blame Resounds
Authority Figures Shrug Responsibilities
Funerals Come and Loved Ones Go
Reality of Death Avoided
Grief & Guilt Paralyzes
Silence Screams Aloud
Depression is Blamed
Another Kid Dies
Nothing is Done
Where are the Shepherds?
Shepherds Have Fallen Asleep
Wolves Kill Sheep in the Field!
Wolves Move to New Field
ATTENTION ALL SHEPHERDS
WAKE UP! YOUR FLOCKS ARE IN DANGER!!!
Here is a recent online article regarding this nightmare our community is facing.