Mental health struggles are real.
No matter how strong one pretends to be, the weight of life often seems too heavy to carry.
That burden become too much for Southern University student Arlana Miller who tragically took her own life, leaving behind a suicide note explaining why she committed suicide and how she is now at peace.
In her suicide note posted to social media, Miller said, “May this day bring me rest and peace. I have fought this urge since my early teenage years..I gave this life all the fight I had. To everyone who has entered my life I’m so grateful and I can only imagine how this may find you. I have been surrounded by people who may have honestly thought that I was okay, but I havnt been okay for a while. I struggled so much through just this year alone. From covid, to tearing my acl, to nearly failing all of my classes…
“I always dreamed of becoming so many things that I am today, but they just aren’t enough. I’m not enough. I havnt felt enough for a while..but I say all this to say, I’m done fighting. My battle is over and I pray everyone finds peace in that…”
Read the full article here: https://www.regalmag.com/what-i-would-have-told-southern-univ-student-arlana-miller-who-took-own-life/