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Cyberbullying Statistics

71% of young generations say they are concerned about cyberbullying (Reportlinker June 2017) A 2016 report from the Cyberbullying Research Center indicates that 33.8% of students between 12 and 17 were victims of cyberbullying in their lifetime. Conversely, 11.5% of students between 12 and 17 indicated that they had engaged in cyberbullying in their lifetime. (Cyberbullying Research Center, 2016).  Among Internet…

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Suicide – Is Social Media to Blame?

There were 1748 deaths by suicide in 2013 among teens aged 15 to 19 years old, and this number might actually be higher, as “some of these deaths may have been recorded as accidental.” With a new study by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) showing that suicide is now the second leading cause of…

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WRBJ-TV34 JOY IN OUR TOWN

I was so blessed to join Jana Barazza on Joy In Our Town, which aires on TBN in Jackson MS. I was able to share how I overcame the traumatic images in my mind by calling upon the name of Jesus. If you are struggling with brokenness or trauma this program will encourage you.

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You have a destiny!

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.eremiah 29:11 You have been chosen and set apart for such a time as this. In these end times there are greater forces of evil operating against…

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Losing a Loved One to Suicide

How Do I Cope? Patti has spoken on many talk shows and venues to encourage  parents and students on how to cope with the tragedy of losing a loved one to suicide. Do We Talk About Suicide? Some people don’t want the youth to hear about suicide. This is the problem though, they already hear…

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