My Halloween day storyMy Halloween Day story

I was that kid who look forward to hallowe’en day for candies lots of it. “Did you know that at one time trick-or-treating terminated? During World War II children were not allowed to trick or treat because there was a sugar shortage.” Linda Bozzo. A shortage can you imagine what I would have done as much as I love my sweets especially chocolate bars.

Every year kids in the United States look forward for October 31 a time to dress up in any costume you wanted. In New York it was the one time I felt free mean free merchants,tenants give us sweets. My sisters and I we roam the street saying trick a treat filling our bags with goodies in the wee hours of the morning. When it was all over we would gather together on the roof top sort find and then we would exchange for what we like treats.

Then we would do it again Hershey’s, Candy Corns, and Snickers bars munching as I try to catch up with my friends. My favorites was roaming the streets of Queens to areas homeowners were more generous. Now that I am currently working with teenagers this year trick or treat festivities is about to begin.

ViewPoint Health is an Adolescent Crisis Stabilization Unit serve teens in a psychiatric crisis in the Atlanta Georgia area. Annual fall festive is on October 30 last Friday of the month .

Activity department along with , Medical Personnel, Nurses, and Teachers collaborated. Events such as self-esteem classes, Hygiene lessons, motivational speeches, and many more.

Most important goodie bags with halloween candies and special gift for the best costume. A team effort bringing happiness to depress teens one day at a time. We would like to hear more about your halloween story comment below.

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Originally published at on October 25, 2015.

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