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What Is The Real Problem?

By Marshall Greenstein, M.A.

February 10, 2013
Hutton and Greenstein Counseling Services (editorial@post-journal.com)

The recent mass killing at a Connecticut elementary school has stirred up matters of controversy, specifically guns and mental illness. Whenever a horrific tragedy occurs in America, our impulse is to offer opinions frequently based upon early information. Historically, differing schools of thinking set up factions that emote fear, anger and a strong belief that something has to change. Generally, fingers point outward, and we assign blame. Someone must suffer for those heinous acts. However, in this event as a recent trend dictates, the perpetrator is dead.

 
 

 

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