Study: Suicide Rates Doubling for Older Teen Girls, Up 31% in Young Males!

Suicide rate hit 40-year peak among older teen girls in 2015

(CNN) The suicide rate among girls between the ages of 15 and 19 reached a 40-year high in 2015, according to new data from the National Center for Health Statistics.

In the shorter term, the suicide rate for those girls doubled between 2007 and 2015, the research indicates.
By comparison, the 2015 suicide rate for boys in this age group was lower than in the peak years of the mid-1980s through the mid-1990s. The researchers derived suicide rates from official data from death certificates.
“These data show that between 2007 and 2015, there’s substantial increases in suicide rates for both young males and young females,” said Tom Simon, an author of the report and associate director for science in the division of violence protection at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which published the new data Thursday.
For young males, there was a 31% increase in suicide rates, and for young females, the suicide rate doubled,” Simon said. …
“We know that overall in the US, we’re seeing increases in suicide rates across all age groups,” Simon said, putting the new report in perspective. …
Tishler noted that previous studies from the CDC have indicated that males take their own lives at nearly four times the rate of females and thus represent 77.9% of all suicides. Yet females are more likely than males to have suicidal thoughts.
“If you look at suicide attempts by girls, it’s typically that girls attempt suicide about four to one or three to one over boys, yet boys complete suicide in the reverse,” Tishler said. …
Simon noted that in this older teen age group, the primary method chosen by boys is firearms, yet for girls, the most common method is suffocation. Still, a significant number of females may choose to poison themselves with an overdose, which can be remediated in an ER in some cases, Tishler said.
He theorized that girls now have access to pills that may be more lethal…
“Physicians need to be careful” when increasing, starting or stopping psychotropic medications, because this may “give someone energy to die by suicide,” Tishler said.

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(video) LINKIN PARK tribute to CHRIS CORNELL – ‘One More Light’ – Jimmy Kimmel Live

Chester’s bandmate, Mike Shinoda:

“We were booked to play the show [Jimmy Kimmel Live] so that we could promote our new single ‘Heavy’ and then we heard the news about Chris Cornell and had had a little pow-wow in the dressing room before we went on and we said, ya know, the thing that’s good for the band to do is play ‘Heavy,’ but the right thing to do is play ‘One More Light’ because it’s about the loss of a friend.”

“When we were doing a sound check Chester couldn’t even make it through the song, he was getting halfway through and getting choked up. And even when we did play the whole song, and it was live on TV, or taped for film for TV, he kind of just stopped like towards the end like he missed the last couple lines, just couldn’t finish the song. Fans were crying in the audience, and I think it was cathartic, I think it was good.”

“The message of the song is when you are dealing with something so deep as losing a friend, or in this case somebody you just admire, somebody you look up to when we’re talking about some of these fans in the audience… one of the things I think you can do is reach out to people and offer them community, let them know we’re a family, we’re community, we care about each other. Whether a friend who lost somebody, a family member or whatever, to reach out and let them know even that you’re thinking about them, sometimes that’s enough.” (source)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgwL14IDDJY

Linkin Park Performs “One More Light”

Published on May 19, 2017

Linkin Park Performs “One More Light” on Jimmy Kimmel Live

(video) Chester Bennington’s Bandmate: Linkin Park Singer Was Hit Hard by Chris Cornell’s Suicide

Related: (video) LINKIN PARK tribute to CHRIS CORNELL – ‘One More Light’ – Jimmy Kimmel Live

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“We were booked to play the show [Jimmy Kimmel Live] so that we could promote our new single ‘Heavy’ and then we heard the news about Chris Cornell and had had a little pow-wow in the dressing room before we went on and we said, ya know, the thing that’s good for the band to do is play ‘Heavy,’ but the right thing to do is play ‘One More Light’ because it’s about the loss of a friend.”

“When we were doing a sound check Chester couldn’t even make it through the song, he was getting halfway through and getting choked up. And even when we did play the whole song, and it was live on TV, or taped for film for TV, he kind of just stopped like towards the end like he missed the last couple lines, just couldn’t finish the song. Fans were crying in the audience, and I think it was cathartic, I think it was good.”

“The message of the song is when you are dealing with something so deep as losing a friend, or in this case somebody you just admire, somebody you look up to when we’re talking about some of these fans in the audience… one of the things I think you can do is reach out to people and offer them community, let them know we’re a family, we’re community, we care about each other. Whether a friend who lost somebody, a family member or whatever, to reach out and let them know even that you’re thinking about them, sometimes that’s enough.” – Mike Shinoda

Chester Bennington’s Bandmate: Linkin Park Singer Was Hit Hard by Chris Cornell’s Suicide

Published on Jul 20, 2017

Weeks before Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington was found dead, his bandmate, Mike Shinoda, detailed Bennington’s emotional reaction to the suicide of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell. Bennington and Cornell were close friends, so Linkin Park decided to perform “One More Light” in his honor. But Bennington kept getting choked up and had a hard time making it through the song, written about “the loss of a friend.” If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

(video) Russell Brand: Chester Bennington – What Does The Suicide Epidemic Say About Our Culture? (E432)

Article shown @ 1:05: Middle-aged male suicide rate rises by 40 per cent since 2008

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Chester Bennington: What Does The Suicide Epidemic Say About Our Culture? (E432)

Published on Jul 26, 2017

Today’s Trews responds to the death of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington and looks at the potential factors in the alarming rise in middle aged male suicide.

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(video) Top 50 Disturbing Lyrics That Predicted Chester Bennington’s Suicide

Chester Bennington was sexually abused and molested at the age of 7 (seven) years old by an older male “friend.” He was afraid to ask for help because he did not want people to think he was g-a-y or lying, and the abuse continued until the age of 13. He was also physically bullied in high school. In an interview, he said, “I was knocked around like a rag doll at school, for being skinny and looking different. Bennington’s parents divorced when he was 11 years old, and his father gained custody of him. After the divorce, Bennington started abusing marijuana, alcohol, opium, cocaine, methamphetamine, and LSD. And for the rest of his life, he would suffer from depression and addiction to drugs and alcohol. In spite of all of this, he applied his talents and traumatic pain into music and created a long-lasting legacy. He will be remembered by his fans, and survived his six children and family.

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Top 50 Disturbing Lyrics That Predicted Chester Bennington’s Suicide

Published on Jul 24, 2017

Top 50 Disturbing Lyrics That Predicted Chester Bennington’s Suicide. A breakdown of most haunting songs from the Linkin Park band.

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The songs with the most disturbing lyrical content are:
Waiting For The End, Breaking The Habit, Leave Out All The Rest, Given Up, One More Light, Shadow Of The Day, Nobody Can Save Me, In The End, and to name a few.

Chester was subtly giving his beloved fans warning signs of his worsening mental condition.

Linkin Park frontman and lead vocalist Chester Bennington. The critically acclaimed singer was found dead on July 20, 2017. He & Mike Shinoda helped put nu-metal on the map along with KoRn, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, and other acts.

Details we know so far:
Chester Bennington was sexually abused and molested at the age of 7 (seven) years old by an older male “friend.” He was afraid to ask for help because he did not want people to think he was g-a-y or lying, and the abuse continued until the age of 13. He was also physically bullied in high school. In an interview, he said, “I was knocked around like a rag doll at school, for being skinny and looking different. Bennington’s parents divorced when he was 11 years old, and his father gained custody of him. After the divorce, Bennington started abusing marijuana, alcohol, opium, cocaine, methamphetamine, and LSD. And for the rest of his life, he would suffer from depression and addiction to drugs and alcohol. In spite of all of this, he applied his talents and traumatic pain into music and created a long-lasting legacy. He will be remembered by his fans, and survived his six children and family.

Friends and family of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington are in absolute ‘shock’ over the rock star’s apparent suicide as it’s revealed they believed he ‘was in a good place in his life’.

The 41-year-old was found dead in his home in Palos Verdes near Los Angeles shortly before 9am on Thursday.

A Los Angeles County coroner confirmed they were investigating Bennington’s death as an apparent suicide but no additional details were available.

Law enforcement officials say Bennington hanged himself from a door, in a similar manner to friend Chris Cornell, in his bedroom and he was home alone at the time, according to TMZ. He was found upstairs by his housekeeper.

Band-mate Joe Hahn arrived at his home on Thursday afternoon. Other friends and relatives flipped the finger to photographers gathered outside.

After news of his shock death emerged, friends said that while they never suspected he’d kill himself, Bennington was ‘never the same’ after the death of his close friend Chris Cornell.

His apparent suicide coincided with Cornell’s birthday. The Soundgarden rocker killed himself in May by hanging.

(video) Chester Bennington’s LAST Interview… (VERY SAD) — “I’ve always had this depressive side”

Chester Bennington was sexually abused and molested at the age of 7 (seven) years old by an older male “friend.” He was afraid to ask for help because he did not want people to think he was g-a-y or lying, and the abuse continued until the age of 13. He was also physically bullied in high school. In an interview, he said, “I was knocked around like a rag doll at school, for being skinny and looking different. Bennington’s parents divorced when he was 11 years old, and his father gained custody of him. After the divorce, Bennington started abusing marijuana, alcohol, opium, cocaine, methamphetamine, and LSD. And for the rest of his life, he would suffer from depression and addiction to drugs and alcohol. In spite of all of this, he applied his talents and traumatic pain into music and created a long-lasting legacy. He will be remembered by his fans, and survived his six children and family.

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This Was Chester Bennington’s LAST Interview… (VERY SAD Interview)

Published on Jul 28, 2017

The reason behind Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington’s suicide is in this RARE video. He reveals his battles with depression, the death of Chris Cornell, drug & alcohol abuse, addiction, suicide thoughts & ideations, not wanting to be alive, relationship problems, his fallout with Stone Temple Pilots, and more. He also talks about what he did on his very last 41st birthday. This was very last cry for help. Mike Shinoda accompanies him in this deeply shocking, troubling, unseen interview.

Linkin Park frontman and lead vocalist Chester Bennington. The critically acclaimed singer was found dead on July 20, 2017. He & Mike Shinoda helped put nu-metal on the map along with KoRn, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, and other acts.

Details we know so far:
It’s been just over a week since Chester Bennington was found dead from apparent suicide, yet his fans continue to show unwavering support for the Linkin Park frontman. The band has endorsed more than 300 memorials for the singer organized by LP fans and ambassadors across the globe.

Linkin Park co-founder Mike Shinoda spoke directly to fans regarding Bennington’s death in an Instagram post on Friday. In the post, he invited his followers to celebrate his bandmate locally via a Google doc at tiny.cc/lpmemorial.

Some memorials have already taken place — such as the ones in Burbank and New York City — while others are expected to occur as far into the future as October. But the Linkin Park-approved services aren’t only reserved for North American music lovers. Memorials have also been planned for multiple cities across Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, and South America. Fans can even verify their own memorials for Bennington by making a public Facebook event and subsequently messaging the band.

Chester Bennington was sexually abused and molested at the age of 7 (seven) years old by an older male “friend.” He was afraid to ask for help because he did not want people to think he was g-a-y or lying, and the abuse continued until the age of 13. He was also physically bullied in high school. In an interview, he said, “I was knocked around like a rag doll at school, for being skinny and looking different. Bennington’s parents divorced when he was 11 years old, and his father gained custody of him. After the divorce, Bennington started abusing marijuana, alcohol, opium, cocaine, methamphetamine, and LSD. And for the rest of his life, he would suffer from depression and addiction to drugs and alcohol. In spite of all of this, he applied his talents and traumatic pain into music and created a long-lasting legacy. He will be remembered by his fans, and survived his six children and family.

Friends and family of Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington are in absolute ‘shock’ over the rock star’s apparent suicide as it’s revealed they believed he ‘was in a good place in his life’.

The 41-year-old was found dead in his home in Palos Verdes near Los Angeles shortly before 9am on Thursday.

A Los Angeles County coroner confirmed they were investigating Bennington’s death as an apparent suicide but no additional details were available.

Law enforcement officials say Bennington hanged himself from a door, in a similar manner to friend Chris Cornell, in his bedroom and he was home alone at the time, according to TMZ. He was found upstairs by his housekeeper.

Band-mate Joe Hahn arrived at his home on Thursday afternoon. Other friends and relatives flipped the finger to photographers gathered outside.

After news of his shock death emerged, friends said that while they never suspected he’d kill himself, Bennington was ‘never the same’ after the death of his close friend Chris Cornell.

His apparent suicide coincided with Cornell’s birthday. The Soundgarden rocker killed himself in May by hanging. …

(video) Chester Bennington’s Demons — “This skull between my ears… There’s another Chester in there that wants to take me down”

“This place right here, this skull between my ears, that is a bad neighborhood. I should not be in there alone. … It’s crazy in here. … There’s another Chester in there that wants to take me down.”

Linkin Park lyrics reflect Chester’s real struggles: “We always have written about our lives.”

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Chester Bennington’s cry for HELP! Linkin Park

Published on Jul 20, 2017

In this video from an interview in Feb ’17 shows Chester Bennington expressing his cries for help. Hindsight is 20/20. At the time the interviewer and fans alike joked at his comments. Looking back, it’s clearly not a joking matter. Mental illness is a very serious issue, that is not to be over looked. It can take all forms. People you know may be going through similar situations. So next time you have someone pour their heart out to you, really listen to what they are saying. It may be a cry for help….. This is not a promo for WakingUpDad or WakingUpDad.net …. I am simply posting this as a long time fan of Chester and the group Linkin Park. I am just as shocked as everyone else and searching for answers as to why. In the video he clearly is telling us. We just didn’t listen. RIP Chester Bennington. You will be missed. Prayers to his family, wife and kids.

Full interview https://youtu.be/jky8GTCIuYA

Poor Impulse Control from Antidepressants Causing Moral Decay — "As these prescription antidepressants flooded into our society suicide went up, mass shootings went up, domestic violence. And one feature of all these antidepressants is poor impulse control" – Mike Rivero

Poor Impulse Control from Antidepressants Causing Moral Decay

“As these prescription antidepressants flooded into our society suicide went up, mass shootings went up, domestic violence — we tracked that. And one feature of all these antidepressants is poor impulse control. You get an impulse: “Yeah, gonna go with it!”

And I have to wonder if part of our moral decay comes from our own self-medication with these very questionable pharmaceutical products. They’re not well understood. Some don’t even work the way they’re supposed to. But they make money, so it’s okay.”

– Michael Rivero from What Really Happened, 11/17/15

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

(video) What Really Happened Show: Michael Rivero Tuesday November 17 2015: (Commercial Free Video)

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Robin Williams: The Sad Truth The Media Won't Tell You — Insidious forces tormented Williams and drove him to suicide — "These voices follow me around pretty much all day and night” (William's mentor, Jonathan Winters)

From: GOODFIGHT.ORG

Robin Williams: The Sad Truth The Media Won’t Tell You

By: Joe Schimmel

Everybody is currently talking about Robin Williams and his tragic suicide. Many are puzzled as to how a man, who made so many people laugh, could be so depressed that he would violently end his life. What people are not learning is the deeper truth about the insidious forces that tormented Robin Williams and drove him to suicide.

Robin Williams acknowledged that he had opened himself up to transformative demonic powers that aided him on stage. Without the aid of such demonic powers, it is likely that you would have never have heard of Robin Williams and many other famous celebrities. Williams also recognized that these powers had manifested a very evil influence on stage and that there could be a hefty price to pay for their assistance. Williams told James Kaplan of US Weekly:

“Yeah! Literally, it’s like possession ‑ all of a sudden you’re in, and because it’s in front of a live audience, you just get this energy that just starts going…But there’s also that thing ‑ it is possession. In the old days you’d be burned for it…But there is something empowering about it. I mean, it is a place where you are totally ‑ it is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, where you really can become this other force. Maybe that’s why I don’t need to play evil characters [in movies], ’cause sometimes onstage you can cross that line and come back. Clubs are a weird kind of petri dish environment. I mean, that’s where people can get as dark as they can in comedy ‑ in the name of comedy, be talking about outrageous stuff and somehow come out the other side. I mean, that’s one place where you really want to push it” (Robin Williams, “Robin Williams,” by James Kaplan, US Weekly, January, 1999, p. 53).

Williams’ last statement quoted above answers the question as to why the demonic powers use entertainers. Their goal is to promote evil and darkness and increase mankind’s rebellion against God.

Williams went on to say on the heels of that admission:

“The people I’ve ad­mired ‑ Jonathan [Winters], in his best days, was out. Gone. But the price he paid for it was deep” (Ibid).

Sadly, it seems that the price Robin Williams has now paid is just as deep as that of his idol, Jonathan Winters. In fact, in the same US Weekly Interview, James Kaplan says:

“With a gift for mimicry and improvisation that verged on demonic possession, Williams could even approach the artistry of his idol Jonathan Winters—a man whose genius took him, once or twice, over the edge into mental illness. Williams’ own version of hell has been extensively chronicled” (Ibid).

Like Robin Williams, Jonathan Winters had to contend with the tormenting demonic powers he utilized for fame and fortune. “These voices are always screaming to get out,” Winters told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, further admitting “They follow me around pretty much all day and night.”

At the height of Winter’s success, he voluntarily committed himself to a psychiatric hospital for eight months. Winters would later claim that if he were not careful, the authorities would put him back in the  “zoo,” an obvious reference to the mental institution. Winters, like Williams, often fell into deep depression and struggled with heavy drinking.Comedians, like many famous musicians, pay the price for their fame by becoming enslaved to the demonic forces that possess and torment them. Jim Morrison, the frontman of America’s most successful band in the 60’s, admitted that he had to drink “to silence the constant voices of the demons” (James Riordin, “Break on Through: The Life and Death of Jim Morrison,” p. 23). The Door’s photographer, Frank Lisciandro, stated that,“Jim drank to quiet the ceaseless clamor of the demons, ghosts and spirits. He drank because there were demons and voices and spirits shouting inside of his head and he found that one of the ways to quell them was with alcohol” (Ibid., p. 28).

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ANTIDEPRESSANT?? Another Great Comedian, Robin Williams, Lost to Suicide or Murder?

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Robin Williams: The Sad Truth The Media Won’t Tell You — Insidious forces tormented Williams and drove him to suicide — “These voices follow me around pretty much all day and night” (William’s mentor, Jonathan Winters)

From: GOODFIGHT.ORG

Robin Williams: The Sad Truth The Media Won’t Tell You

By: Joe Schimmel

Everybody is currently talking about Robin Williams and his tragic suicide. Many are puzzled as to how a man, who made so many people laugh, could be so depressed that he would violently end his life. What people are not learning is the deeper truth about the insidious forces that tormented Robin Williams and drove him to suicide.

Robin Williams acknowledged that he had opened himself up to transformative demonic powers that aided him on stage. Without the aid of such demonic powers, it is likely that you would have never have heard of Robin Williams and many other famous celebrities. Williams also recognized that these powers had manifested a very evil influence on stage and that there could be a hefty price to pay for their assistance. Williams told James Kaplan of US Weekly:

“Yeah! Literally, it’s like possession ‑ all of a sudden you’re in, and because it’s in front of a live audience, you just get this energy that just starts going…But there’s also that thing ‑ it is possession. In the old days you’d be burned for it…But there is something empowering about it. I mean, it is a place where you are totally ‑ it is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, where you really can become this other force. Maybe that’s why I don’t need to play evil characters [in movies], ’cause sometimes onstage you can cross that line and come back. Clubs are a weird kind of petri dish environment. I mean, that’s where people can get as dark as they can in comedy ‑ in the name of comedy, be talking about outrageous stuff and somehow come out the other side. I mean, that’s one place where you really want to push it” (Robin Williams, “Robin Williams,” by James Kaplan, US Weekly, January, 1999, p. 53).

Williams’ last statement quoted above answers the question as to why the demonic powers use entertainers. Their goal is to promote evil and darkness and increase mankind’s rebellion against God.

Williams went on to say on the heels of that admission:

“The people I’ve ad­mired ‑ Jonathan [Winters], in his best days, was out. Gone. But the price he paid for it was deep” (Ibid).

Sadly, it seems that the price Robin Williams has now paid is just as deep as that of his idol, Jonathan Winters. In fact, in the same US Weekly Interview, James Kaplan says:

“With a gift for mimicry and improvisation that verged on demonic possession, Williams could even approach the artistry of his idol Jonathan Winters—a man whose genius took him, once or twice, over the edge into mental illness. Williams’ own version of hell has been extensively chronicled” (Ibid).

Like Robin Williams, Jonathan Winters had to contend with the tormenting demonic powers he utilized for fame and fortune. “These voices are always screaming to get out,” Winters told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, further admitting “They follow me around pretty much all day and night.”

At the height of Winter’s success, he voluntarily committed himself to a psychiatric hospital for eight months. Winters would later claim that if he were not careful, the authorities would put him back in the  “zoo,” an obvious reference to the mental institution. Winters, like Williams, often fell into deep depression and struggled with heavy drinking.Comedians, like many famous musicians, pay the price for their fame by becoming enslaved to the demonic forces that possess and torment them. Jim Morrison, the frontman of America’s most successful band in the 60’s, admitted that he had to drink “to silence the constant voices of the demons” (James Riordin, “Break on Through: The Life and Death of Jim Morrison,” p. 23). The Door’s photographer, Frank Lisciandro, stated that,“Jim drank to quiet the ceaseless clamor of the demons, ghosts and spirits. He drank because there were demons and voices and spirits shouting inside of his head and he found that one of the ways to quell them was with alcohol” (Ibid., p. 28).

Entire Article Here

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(video) The Truth About Robin Williams: The EX-WIVES $ALIMONY$ FACTOR

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STRESSED & DEPRESSED: AMERICANS 'SNAPPING' BY THE MILLIONS — David Kupelian reveals record fear, stress, suicide = "Suicide has surpassed car crashes as the leading cause of injury death" — An inspired way out

From: WorldNetDaily

STRESSED & DEPRESSED: AMERICANS ‘SNAPPING’ BY THE MILLIONS

David Kupelian reveals record fear, stress, suicide – and inspired way out

  • Incredibly, 11 percent of all Americans aged 12 and older are currently taking SSRI antidepressants – those highly controversial, mood-altering psychiatric drugs with the FDA’s “suicidality” warning label and alarming correlation with school shooters. Women are especially prone to depression, with a stunning 23 percent of all American women in their 40s and 50s – almost one in four – now taking antidepressants, according to a major study by the CDC;

By the way, things are no better over the pond – and may be worse, according to one major study that concluded almost 40 percent of Europeans are plagued by mental illness.
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