As I watched news reports on the recent mass shootings in America, I found that the frequency of these attacks didn't shock me as much as it once did (an unfortunate case of desensitization that I'm sure isn't just my own) but more so the continuous mention of mental illness in regards to the shooters. To be clear it's not the fact that they have a mental illness that upsets me (no stable person decides to go on a murder spree) but it’s the fact that the mental illness is bei
"Generation Z will change the world" Gun violence plagues a lot of countries and it has always seemed to be a problem in the places I've grown up. An epidemic, an untreatable disease that kills those that mean the most to you.
You never expect it to happen, you never expect to lose your loved one to a bullet from a gun, it's not something you sit and imagine but it happens over and over and over again. If you've ever lost someone important to you, then you probably already