Video note to Alexis who is being bullied and wrote a suicide note

To Alexis in North Carolina, this video note is for you young lady. I am hoping I got to you in time. Thanks for being so brave and leaving the comment you did on my website. That is a courageous first step.

Comment below. Charles, please watch over her. (I know that’s crazy but we moms who’ve lost a child talk to our kids and think they hear.)

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AnneMoss Rogers

AnneMoss Rogers is a mental health and suicide education expert, mental health speaker, suicide prevention trainer and consultant. She is author of the Book, Diary of a Broken Mind and co-author of Emotionally Naked: A Teacher's Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk with Kim O'Brien PhD, LICSW. She raised two boys, Richard and Charles, and lost her younger son, Charles to addiction and suicide on June 5, 2015. She is a motivational speaker who empowers by educating and provides life saving strategies and emotionally healthy coping skills. As talented and funny as Charles was, letting other people know they matter was his greatest gift. And now that's the legacy she carries forward in her son's memory. Mental Health Speakers Website.

9 thoughts on “Video note to Alexis who is being bullied and wrote a suicide note”

  1. Alexis, You are a precious girl! The girls hurting you are cowards. Jesus loves you and I love you! You are courageous for reaching out to Anne Moss. I pray you have reached out to your counselor already. If you haven’t, do it right now! I’m praying for you! 💗💗💗 So many people are praying for you and we want to know how you are. We want you to receive the help you need and deserve! 💗💗💗

  2. Hi Alexis,
    I normally don’t comment here because I don’t have time to read all articles (sadly) but if you read this, please read my article on here. I’m not sure what it’s called but just search for “Jule” and you should find it.
    I was depressed at 10 and 11 mostly because of school too. I thought there was no way out. Well you better read for yourself what happened but I’m almost 17 and I’m still here and still not okay but the end of my suffering is near because I finish school in March. Please hold on, it gets better.

  3. Alexis, you are a beautiful girl, with a beautiful soul. Remember this – no feeling is ever final. But suicide is. Thinking of you today…

  4. Alexis,

    I care about you! I want you to live!

    We haven’t met … but believe me … I care. I have thought of you all day today, after watching the video Anne Moss posted. Know that the bullies are cowards … and although their presence in your life right now seems overwhelming … you will prevail. I want you to live. So very much. I cannot think about much of anything now except you.

    I have prayed that you will reach out to a guidance counselor as Anne suggested … or wrote to Anne again. She cares about your life more than you know. So do many others, like me, who haven’t been lucky enough to meet you yet.

    Alexis, you are a one-of-a-kind girl, special in so many ways. Your life is precious and worth living. Your future starts tomorrow. I will pray for you from now until I fall asleep, as you are in my every thought. You are not alone tonight.

  5. To Anne Moss— I appreciate that you respond to the person individually. I know that will likely mean much more to this girl than a general “don’t do it because we love everyone struggling” (although that’s TRUE, and we DO…it still means more to reach out to the individual). Thank you for taking the time ❤️

    To alexis: girls suck. School suck. Especially if it’s middle school…Lord, do I know. But high school can really suck too. And elementary school. And anything in the past can leave scars so deep that the next phase can suck more than other might think it “should.” Good for you for reaching out. Even to a “stranger” (though Anne Moss is a stranger to few no) and even online. You took the first step. Get yourself some help. From someone who’s felt that pain and who’s been there…you’re worth it, i promise. Even though you might not feel worth it and you might not believe a single word of us “strangers” reaching out to you online. We do care. And you are worth it. And it does get better 💕

  6. Oh Anne Moss, I am so thankful that you have been willing to put yourself out there, share the ugliness of losing a child to suicide. Your transparency has become a gift to those who are hurting.

    Alexis, I am so sorry you are being bullied. I can’t even imagine the pain you are feeling. Please do continue to reach out for help. I know the pain you are feeling feels as though it will never stop, never lessen. It’s brutal. But life IS worth living and if you were to leave this world there will be an Alexis-shaped void that no one else can fill. Please live. Please keep trying. Please, don’t give up. ❤️

  7. To Alexis,
    I hope you read this, and find some peace in knowing that a lot of people saw your message today and are praying for you. Please seek out an adult who can help you, maybe a parent, a teacher, a school counselor, an aunt. Be honest with them about what is happening, and how it is making you feel. Maybe they can help make the bullying stop, or maybe they can give you tips on how to get through it.
    The bullying is temporary, although it may not seem so. But you have a whole life ahead of you so please don’t give in.
    There are people out here who don’t even know you who love you.

  8. Alexis,

    I hope you are okay. I hope you didn’t follow through. You need to find a safe person and tell them everything you’re feeling. If you go to one person and they do nothing, find someone else until your are heard.

    School is your entire life right now, but what you don’t know is that most of these people you will never even see after high school graduation. What you also don’t know is that the people that are bullying you, feel very bad about themselves, and they pick on you to make themselves feel better for just a minute. If they don’t know that they are bothering you, they will stop and look for someone else, but that isn’t the solution. You need to speak up so that they are stopped. You are so brave for reaching out!

    I want you to know that life gets so much better after your school years, but what if you do something permanent? You will never know that I was telling the truth. You will never know all the wonderful contributions that you have to give this world. Please don’t give up Alexis. I love you! We all love you!

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