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Mind-Rape? What? “Emotions that are Self-Deprecating, Abusive, and Demoralizing you feel worthless

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What!!! DrBev, how can I manage my difficult emotions without going postal? Hate. Pain. Revenge. Don’t want to love. Can’t love because…– Rasheed Lee’s emotions spilled out silently in the room full of Jacksonville youths torn by tragedy (jim.schoettler@jacksonville.com.) Rasheed and 53 other Jacksonville boys and girls ages 7 to 17 spent the weekend mixing solemn group therapy — disguised as expressive arts and crafts exercises — with swimming and other fun during the second annual Camp Maddie. The camp is designed in part for young homicide survivors to express their feelings among peers familiar with such emotions, said Glen Mitchell, co-founder of Compassionate Families the kids realize they are not alone. “How do you cope when somebody’s left?” “I believe you start to learning how to live with the hand you have been dealt. When my dad died .... I didn’t talk to nobody. That went on for two years,” another teen said. “I had to realize that by him being gone, I can’t throw my life away. I’m pretty sure he’d like to see me succeed in the end.” A 10-year-old girl wrote, Daddy, I miss you so much. I wish I could see you again. Someday I will when I come to those beautiful clouds with golden streets. Daddy, you don’t know how much I miss you. I love you. Sociologists say "The perpetrators of violent actions have contracted a 'social psychological infectious disease' that shows itself in a desire to take revenge on society, and reflect the tragic consequences of ignoring mental illness and rising stress resulting from huge social inequalities.