Shooting in Santa Barbara Demands a Closer Look at Rejection and Revenge
Los Angeles, CA, USA - With the recent tragedy that happened near UC Santa Barbara that left 7 families with the loss of loved ones and many others injured, there needs to be a call for serious attention to mental health.
It is clear the rampage happened because this young man had his heart set on revenge. The YouTube video posted by this perpetrator the day before his rampage reveals his struggle with loneliness and rejection. Google Searches and news reports indicate more and more rampages and massive shootings are linked to psychological issues.
“It is heart-breaking to see adolescents and young adults resort to this catastrophic behavior to get their voices heard and presence known,” said Dr. Shaelyn Pham, founder of Psychological Services & Holistic Health, Inc.. “Whether it is loneliness, depression, rejection or any other psychological issue, it can be treated. He didn’t have to suffer alone and try to force other people to feel what he felt.”
Dr. Shaelyn Pham, the author of an upcoming book, “The Joy Of Me” is also a psychologist who has helped close to 1000 people in her private practice deal with psychological issues and find a happy and healthy life.
“There are resources available within our community. When you feel that you’re hurting and struggling with emotional and psychological issues, then talk to a professional to get the help and support you need.”
Psychological Services & Holistic Health, Inc. website, www.psychserves.com is dedicated to assessing, educating and treating psychological issues to achieve health and well-being.
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