The stress of transitioning is high because they have to work so hard to pretend they are something they are not. They are constantly on alert for being found out for being the sex they were born as.
On top of that, when they start medical transition with puberty blockers or cross-sex hormones, those medications wreak havoc with their minds and their bodies … (story continues below)
“A 14-year-old transgender youth left school, walked down Huse Road to the overpass over busy Interstate 293, climbed the 6′ chain-link fence installed by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation to prevent people falling off the older bridge and its low guard rails, and lept into eastbound traffic.
A spokesperson for the Rainbow Youth Project confirmed in a phone call Monday that [name withheld by HH], a student at Southside Middle School, died by suicide. The New Hampshire State Police while not commenting, citing an ongoing investigation, confirmed the incident and the resulting “hours-long traffic jam at the location” just east of the Mall of New Hampshire.” – washingtonblade.com
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There are also the constant threats that kids will commit suicide if they aren’t affirmed in their gender identity. Affirmation requires that everyone uses the correct pronouns every time, and no one ever pushes back on these kids’ delusional beliefs. It is completely unrealistic and seriously damaging to their mental health.
This is all on top of the mental health problems that these kids are already dealing with. The gender cult targets kids who have serious mental health issues such as autism, ADHD, and PTSD. Those issues are ignored in favor of transitioning so they don’t get the mental health care they need. It’s a recipe for a mental health disaster.
Thankfully, there is a new book, “Lost in Trans Nation: A Child Psychiatrist’s Guide Out of the Madness” by Miriam Grossman, MD, that goes into detail about what is going so terribly wrong for these kids and what parents can do to best help them.
Everyone involved in caring for these kids, medical professionals, teachers, friends, and family members, should read it and do better for these kids.