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Texas: 12-Year-Old Boy Committed Suicide After Feeling Depressed, Isolated By COVID Lockdowns

A 12-year-old boy from Aledo, Texas took his own life by hanging just three days before his 13th birthday in April 2020, after reporting feelings of depression and isolation induced by COVID lockdowns to his family. Hayden Hunstable was described his father Brad as a child who “loved football and he loved being around people, he was very social.”
Brad Hunstable told UK publication Metro that he believes his son “would still be alive today” if it were not for COVID lockdown restrictions.

“I think everything just got on top of him, he felt overwhelmed and he made a tragic decision,” Brad Hunstable said. Read more…

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