Alviss was a 22-year-old young man, and had recently gone through a breakup with his girlfriend. His last words were vague. No one thought that the count down was to his suicide. He jumped off the 14th floor of his apartment building.
Keep an eye on anyone you know that is going through a breakup. Breakups affect the brain chemically. Give support and take strange posts seriously––like this photo that Alviss posted on Facebook during his countdown. He titled it “Alive”.
It says, “Goodbye everyone. I have nothing. I have nothing. Julio don’t listen to them. I am going with a smile because you made me happy. But it’s hard. To my family I am sorry…” Gabriella Hernandez committed suicide after a breakup with her boyfriend. The post eventually got over 16,000 likes. Sarcastic comments like the one you see here (Spanish slang for shut the f*ck up) are extremely disturbing.
After a series of alarming Facebook statuses, Daniel Wolfe shot himself and posted the photos of himself bleeding to death. Some people tried to help him, but online comments just weren’t enough.
These last posts sparked many comments offering help. His friends pleaded with him to stop. It didn’t work. If you see posts like this don’t just comment. If you know where they live call 911. If you don’t, find someone who does.
Freddy went onto say his last words on Twitter at age 22. He posted this photo with the gun he would use. We wish someone would have called 911 when they saw this series of unusual tweets.
Suicidal talk on Twitter reflects national suicide statistics. If you ever see anything on social media, or text, anything at all…take it seriously. Even if they’re joking, they’re not joking inside.