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Default Re: Mass shooting events in relation to mental health and gender. **trigger warning *

I am closing this thread.
The guidelines state
https://forums.psychcentral.com/rule...html#post24916
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Limit your direct discussion of politics and religion, as people usually hold pretty strong opinions about these topics
Please do not open another thread on this topic.

Talking about how current events affect your mental health is different than discussing politics and religion.
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