16 year old suicides maddie yates and 13 year old Brianna Nicole Berrier

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16 year old suicides maddie yates and 13 year old Brianna Nicole Berrier

Post by redpill on Mon Aug 10, 2015 12:21 am

suicide of Maddie Yates,

here's her youtube vid

shortly after uploading that vid she committed suicide

Maddie Yates, from Louisville, Kentucky was a Youtuber and a writer. She committed suicide on Monday April 14, 2014. She was suffering from depression.

doesn't look depressed to me but ok.


'I'm doing the whole world a favor': Heartbreaking farewell video girl, 16, posted to YouTube before committing suicide

   Maddie Yates, from Louisville, Kentucky, took her life on Monday night after posting the video to YouTube
   'I just don't see how this is a bad idea,' she said in the 3-minute video
   The video has now been removed after being viewed 10,000 times in a day

A 16-year-old girl has committed suicide after posting a farewell video to YouTube.

Maddie Yates, from Louisville, Kentucky, uploaded the video entitled 'Important' online and then shared it on her Twitter page before taking her life on Monday night.

The video, which has now been taken down, was viewed more than 10,000 times in the first 24 hours after it was posted, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported.

'I know that I'm going to hurt everyone who loves me,' she said, explaining that she had been treated for depression and had been prescribed Prozac.

Final message: Maddie Yates is pictured in a YouTube video she posted entitled 'Important' before she took her life on Monday. The video, which was viewed thousands of times, has now been removed

'But I've been like this for so long, and there’s still a chance that the worst day might still be coming. And I just don’t see how this is a bad idea.'

She continued: 'I don't want anyone to feel like it was their fault. This was my decision, not yours. I’m the one who messed up, not you. There's nothing, literally nothing that you could have done.'

She added that she had seen no other option than to take her life because 'I am not a good person'.

'You don't even want to know the things that I think... I'm doing literally the whole world a favor. But I love you, and I'm sorry. And I really, really love you,' she said.

There are few further details about the circumstances of her death, but her mother confirmed it on Facebook, saying that moments before her death, her daughter had had the family laughing.

'I want you all to know the this was the worse thing she could have done,' she said, as she urged others to seek help if they felt suicidal.
Maddie herself had previously tweeted, 'The fact that suicide is an actual option for some people is what really breaks my heart,' and was planning to take part in a fundraising walk for suicide prevention in memory of a friend who passed away nearly one year before Maddie.

Last year, she added on Twitter: 'If people who killed themselves could just see how everyone loved them, then maybe they'd take back what they did. But they can't.'

Her three-minute video was taken down from YouTube - but by that point it had already been shared by school friends at Louisville Male High School, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported.

Before it was removed, Jefferson County Public Schools blocked access to YouTube and Twitter throughout the district in a bid to protect students.
This was an effort to ensure that students who are emotionally impacted could get the help they needed as we worked with officials to address the situation through the most appropriate and efficient channels,' the district said in a statement.

But at least one student's father disagreed with the decision, saying that 'trying to ignore what happened isn't going to help anyone'.

Male High School also provided 20 grief counselors for students to meet and speak with.

'Male High's thoughts and prayers go out to the Yates' family,' the school tweeted. 'Maddie was an exceptional student and will be missed dearly. #MaleHigh'

Her friends have also been sharing tributes online.
'Anyone who knew Maddie knew she always had the biggest smile on her face!' one wrote. 'Always laughing and giggling. Such a sweet soul, gone too soon.'

'No Maddie it wasn't a favor at all,' another friend said in response to her video. 'You meant the absolute world to me.'

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i don't know maddie yates personally but the impression i have is that she wasn't depressed in so much as she was bored with life and thought continued life was meaningless and pointless.

something i have some sympathies with.

if atheists are right there's no god and no jesus and no afterlife in heaven, and death is the end, what's the point of this all really?

personally if i knew with complete certainty my life will end very painfully, such as knife attack from a psychopath or being burned alive, i'd commit suicide now less painfully.


13 year old Brianna Nicole Berrier

BERRIER, BRIANNA NICOLE, 13, of Louisville, passed away April 12, 2013 She was a student at Crosby Middle School where she was a distinguished Math Scholar and ran track. Brianna was beautiful inside and out, polite, outgoing, funny, a good influence on others and had a beautiful infectious smile that she easily shared with others.

On 4/12/13, thirteen year old Brianna Berrier commited suicide after an argument with her mother. Like all 13 year olds, Brianna was reaching for more independence than she was ready for and her parents set boundaries in the attempt to keep her safe. The opposite happened and in a moment, emotions, hormones and impulsiveness all came together when Brianna shot herself in her room. This has rocked the entire community and while multiple middle and high schools try and come together to make sense of this tragedy, Brianna's parents have been left to make funeral arrangements for their beautiful daughter (and she is beautiful...inside and out).


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