Tag Archive | Choking Game

100 Weeks

The Number 100; If it were a TV show it would be a celebrated number with cake and banners. If it were a business, maybe a giveaway or discount would be advertised. Someone in recovery, now that’s a proud benchmark. 100 weeks might be a goal to reach something wanted by a certain time… This […]

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A Note From Dad

When we are in need of encouragement, we first look to God and then we read the prayers and words on this site. Knowing what we are advocating and that educating people about this activity is getting out to the world.  There is no celebrity status or confirmation of success of this site, we just […]

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Meals From The Heartland (take 2)

Meals from the Heartland is something that Joshua loved helping with. Last year I did this with some of my co-workers. When it was brought up, I instantly had a tug on my heart to do it in memory of him. Today, I am volunteering again to package meals. This is an awesome community service […]

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High School Football

We want to give a big shout out to the B-F freshmen and high school football players! Joshua was so excited to play football in high school, he talked about it all the time! He was anxiously awaiting to be able to play in the big homecoming football game once he got in high school! […]

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Criminal Minds Episode

Hello followers! The Criminal Minds episode on the choking game called, “Risky Business” aired this week. If you haven’t seen it, I encourage you to. It is however, graphic! It was hard for me to watch, but it is informational, and shows what happens to children who participate in the choking game. Click here to […]

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Share Your Story!

Today marks 18 weeks, just a week over 4 months since Joshua died because of the choking game. This site has already proven that more awareness needs to be out there about the Choking Game. Please feel free to share any story that you may have that applies to the choking game. If you or […]

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Welcome to WildFarmKids.com

Welcome to WildFarmKids.com! Whether it’s done as a dare, a rite of passage or a desire to get high without using drugs or alcohol, the choking game has potentially deadly consequences. Understand how the choking game works — and what you can do if you think your child may be involved in this dangerous activity.

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