Difficulty Going To The Bathroom
Blood of Semen on the child’s diaper or clothing.
Unexplained lesions in genital and or anal area.
Presence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
Frequent vaginal infections
- Behavioral changes
- Failure to thrive
- Extreme change in mood, grades, social interactions
- Loss of appetite
- Fear of being left alone with someone
- Mental health deterioration, Suicidal tendencies
- Age inappropriate knowledge of Sexual Behaviors
- Sexualized behaviors
- Poor body image and or self esteem
- Self mutilation
- At risk behaviors
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First of all, your life is sacred. You are created by God and you have a purpose in this circle of life. LOVE YOURSELF…WRAP YOUR ARMS AROUND YOUR SELF!
The whole world relates the color red or crimson to love. In you is your blood that the creator has colored love.
When you awaken in the morning the creator colors the dawn with crimson his message is today ” I LOVE YOU!”
Native American people believe that during one days time referred to as a red day, is a life time. Each moment is precious and every breath is a gift. The night is called a blue day every dream a gift.
Your children are not your own, you do not own them, they are a gift. I lost a son at three years old his name was Parris Lee Laverdure. His Indian name is Giimiiwaan (rain). He is connected to me through umbilical, his spirit is always beside me. His gift to me is this uderstanding and the time he graced me with his presense will live in me as precious and I am grateful to the creator for this gift. Your son is there with you your greif he feels. You must continue to be a strong mother to him so that he can be happy to enjoy his relatives in that place that is veiled by human eyes. Believe that you will see him again and today do what you would have done for him for another son not of your own.
The Creator God in the dusk of the upcoming blue day will remind you that you are loved in the crimson that graces us as human beings.
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Suicide in America
In 2000, suicide was the leading cause of death in the U.S.. Specifically, 10.6 out of every 100,000 persons died by suicide. The total number of suicides was 29,350 or 1.2 percent of all deaths. Suicide deaths outnumbered homicide deaths by five to three. It is estimated that there may be from eight to 25 attempted suicides per every on suicide death.
Woman report attempting suicide during their lifetime about three times as often as men. About four times as many men as women die by suicide. Suicide by firearm is the most common method for both men and woman accounting for 57 percent of all suicides in 2000.
Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death among 15-24 year olds it is also the 3rd leading cause of death among children ages 10-14. This also includes five times as many males as females.
Suicide among people 20-24 years of age, the suicide rate was 12.8 per 100.000 young adults, with seven times as many deaths among men as among women.
Older adults, individuals age 65 and older accounting for 18 percent of all suicide deaths in 2000.
If someone is suicidal, he or she must not be left alone. Try to get the person to seek help immediately from his or her doctor or the nearest hospital emergency room, or call 911. It is also important to limit the person’s access to firearms, medications, or other lethal methods for suicide.
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