Garret John LoPorto:
“The National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health is a study mandated by Congress to identify risk and protective factors at family, school, individual levels as they relate to emotional health, violence, and substance abuse in adolescents.
“Family connectedness and school connectedness were identified as the single most protective agents against almost every kind of risk to well-being, especially violence and self-harm.
“This is what scientists discovered when they data-mined this national study of millions of people over many years to find early predictors of violence, suicide, self-harm and overdose risk.”
This information can change the face of a nation.
See the study cited by 5,931 other papers:
Garret John LoPorto’s Wayseer Manifesto – March 2011:
We Are From the Future – March 2014