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A 13-year-old boy hanged himself this week in his Brooklyn home — and left behind a heartbreaking note asking his loved ones not to “let the school do an assembly about this,” according to cops and police sources.

The teen was discovered hanging from an unknown object inside the home on Coffey Street near Ferris Street in Red Hook around 7:20 p.m. Monday, cops said.

The article goes on to state the following:

He left behind a note that said, “Goodbye I love you guys so much but life to [sic] hard, I don’t blame any of you guys. Don’t let the school do an assembly about this.”

A recent CBN News report discusses the spike in teen suicides during the COVID pandemic lockdown:

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8 COMMENTS

  1. The teachers unions continue to prove that they don’t give a flying F about the children. There are teachers that do care and do want kids back in the classroom but they are overruled or censored or worse if they dare to say that.

  2. God bless him and his family. Mayors and governors that are keeping the kids locked down needs to be held accountable and God will whether the law does or not.

  3. Awww so heartbreaking😭😭😭 Bless his heart. My sincere prayers go out to his family and friends. Life is so hard these days yet here we all don’t even think of the children and what they are going through. Hug your children and grandchildren tight and pay attention to them as they may be reaching out for help. RIP young man😭😭😭

  4. Teen suicide featuring assertions that “life is too hard” and requests to keep matters under wraps is most easily preventable if parents and siblings are made aware of other behaviors that signal impending death. One of those is a compulsion in eating only certain foods for years, a fixation on reading or computer gaming, virtually no sporting activities, no desire for a driver license, no desire for meeting other students for example. These are steps to minimize failure so as to keep hidden anxiety under control. Once this anxiety goes out of control, death follows shortly and assuredly.

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