Steven Kazmierczak – The Hidden Abandonment Issues of A Mass Murder


No one questioned me in my other articles I stated that, “we need to have a Social Worker for every 40 students in our schools from Pre-School or Kindergarten though College to provide individual, group, family and multi-family therapy. We do not want to acknowledge the level of pathology that existence within people but all you need to do is to turn on your TV or read a newspaper and you can see it. It is my professional opinion that all schools from Pre-School or Kindergarten though College need to be therapeutic schools! This means that they provide therapy for all of their students and all of their families.

One cannot go swimming without getting wet. One cannot grow up with major unresolved abandonment issues, events, and actions in their lives and not be affected. Some of us can handle these experiences and use them to become a better person. Some of us cannot handle these experiences and they cause us not to feel good about society and ourselves. Support is needed for both situations.

Some of us are acknowledging that our planet is sick and it is in the process of killing life because our actions are killing it. We also need to acknowledge that people are sick and that is why they are killing each other and themselves. Sticking our heads in the sand does not work with the environment, nor does it work in society. Our goose is cooked in both examples.

My mentor H.C. Smith, Ph.D., wrote to others and me today (02/15/08): “John you are at the leading edge as a thought leader on the subject of “Abandonment” and the examples continue to be demonstrated. The NIU event is just another of many you have predicted and projected. Stay the course my friend.” Your message is very timely. Many are called. Few are chosen.”

As a society we are paying for the human conditions people are living in, fighting in, and dying in. The call to allow students to carry a gun to school so they can protect themselves should show us how sick our society has become.

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6 Replies to “Steven Kazmierczak – The Hidden Abandonment Issues of A Mass Murder”

  1. Thank you Gary! It readers like you that provide me feedback that keeps me going!
    Thank you again!

  2. Keep up your writing. You have obviously dedicated a large part of your life in social work and the effects of abandonment. I will enjoy reading and learning about your thoughts.

  3. Silvana, thank you. Writing about the damage war has caused your country and its citizens is great. Lets us know what we can do to assist you in their healing. I don’t thing young people fully understand what it means to kill another and what it does to you.

    I am honor that you placed a link to mine site on your.

    Thanking you in advance!

  4. Hello Dear Friend!
    I can understand all serious of this situation!
    I can see all around a lot of young desoriented ,abandonment
    I would like to help on any ways as in my power!
    This Days i am in specific situation because of all this what happened
    in this region!
    I try to prepare my family and home for eventually war!
    We need to establish constant and professional care for all soldiers
    and on the first place for soldiers families!
    On the end i would like to say that i am preparing to help you!
    Warm Regards Silvana

  5. The facts support your view! We have enough guns in America to supply every man, woman, and child in America. Our murder rates support that.

    Thanks for your insight!!!

  6. The combination of the mentally ill and very easy access to weapons is a highly deadly combination. When will someone in Congress have the courage to confront the NRA?

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