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Unfortunately, our NHS doesn’t have enough funding to properly help young people with mental health problems and it’s only going to get worse. Social media has such a Joey Doesn’t Share Food Retro Shirt negative impact on fragile teenage minds. Instagram has some responsibility here they have the technology to control what can be shared. It seems like this child issue was deeper than the internet.
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It doesn’t seem to be a case of a healthy happy child was browsing the Internet and came across video or images off Instagram that disturbs her and made her kill herself. The Joey Doesn’t Share Food Retro Shirt individual is searching for suicide so this thought and feeling has already existed for them to go on the internet searching for these things. The family should claim some responsibility for this and not try to find others things to blame. So very sad.
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Deepest sympathy to Molly’s family. To her Dad thank you for highlighting the pain that your family is going through. Suicide doesn’t stop your pain it just transfers it to the loved ones left behind. Brilliant, roll this out nationally; waiting times and staffing costs can be dramatically reduced and spent elsewhere. Good job. I’m not sure my boy would have made it past the triage nurse, the night he was diagnosed with a 6cm brain tumor. My recollection is she wasn’t keen and we wouldn’t back down. Aren’t you forgetting something? Some people end up in An E because it’s almost impossible to see a GP.
It’s the system that needs Joey Doesn’t Share Food Retro Shirt organizing not only people’s attitude. Finally some common sense in our precious A and E departments. Now if we can just let our highly trained pharmacists give out antibiotics etc then that might help too. I suspect many individuals attend A & E with illnesses that could be treated by their GP because they can’t get an appointment for weeks. Until Deborah gets a diagnosis wrong. Let’s face it a bad headache or a sore throat can be a simple matter or matter of life and death.