Gun Violence and Mental Health
If you feel like most of society then you may too be tired of hearing these words together, "mental health and violence" every time a shooting occurs.
But I have to tell you.... it is what it is!
We all have emotions that good or bad that can be awakened in us daily. There are things that can make us happy, sad, angry, mad shock, agitated and frustrated the list can go on and on.
When we are happy feelings of joy, jubilation and other feelings of cheerfulness in society those feelings are a sense of well being.
On the other hand, emotions like distress, panic, alienation, depression, hate and agression are all emotions that can display to those we know and love as signs of trouble.These are also emotions when act upon in a unstable manner can be factors that can be described as mental health issues.
It's is well documented that specific acts of violence tend to occur when perpetrators are highly emotional.
In this section, we will discuss the term emotional dysregulation. There is no denying that these questions below have been on the mind of family members, friends and residents across our nation
What type of monster can aim the gun and pull the trigger and shoot up a night club of innocent party goerswho was just enjoying a night out with friends and family?
What type of monster can aim a gun and pull the trigger to committ cold blooded murder in a school and kill innocent children who were there to learn and grow?
What type of monster can aim a gun and pull the trigger to rob a father coming home from work?
What type of monster can invade a home aim a gun and pull the trigger and kill the homeowner?
What type of monster can aim a gun and pull the trigger because they don't like the way a person look?
What type of monster can aim a gun and pull the trigger and kill a person because of their job?
At the forefront of today's mental and behavioral health concerns is the epidemic of gun violence. Gun violence is one of the most crucial health problems facing our nation.