12-year-old girl live-streamed her own suicide on Facebook, and now police say they are helpless to prevent the video from proliferating online.
Katelyn Nicole Davis, of Cedartown Ga., hanged herself in her front yard on Dec. 30. In the video, she says she was sexually abused by a family member. In a previous video purported to be of Davis, she said her biological father was never a “dad” to her, and that he never even visited her after she overdosed. She said he didn’t care. She also said her stepdad abused her and told her she was worthless — and that she should hang herself.
Each year 44,193 Americans die by suicide. Suicide costs the US $ 44 Billion annually. For every suicide 25 attempts are made. Suicide is more likely from families who experience divorce and single parent homes. 80% of divorces are filed by women. The major complaint from men is that their wives are not providing them sex for various reasons and so they outsource this portion of the marriage and it spirals into divorce. This is the majority complaint.
The wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband. Likewise the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife. Do not deprive one another, except by mutual consent for a limited time, so you may devote yourselves to prayer. Then come together again, so that Satan will not tempt you through your lack of self-control. – 1 Corinthians 7:4-5
Suicide is the result that begins with the parents training the child in the admonition of the Lord and they will not depart from the Word, but when marriages fail it is has devastating effects on the children. You couple that with the idea she is worthless monkey (taught in schools by way of evolution) and you have the perfect storm.
Put prayer back in schools and in schools they should be taught they were created in God’s image. Notice the Words that had the greatest impact on her mind. She is worthless. This is in direct opposition to the Bible, which Jesus died so that she could have eternal life. That’s not worthless, but worthy and she was never taught that, but evolution.