Megan was pretty, talented, sporty, vivacious, and hugely popular. She was happy & had her whole life to look forward to – but she was suffering in silence. She was facing a secret world of bullying.
We as parents did not see any signs that Meg was troubled. At home, she was still the funny big sister who played pranks with her younger brothers, helped around the house & was a huge part of the family. She was like my best friend.
There were no alarm bells that rang, apart from the sheer amount of time she spent on social media. We as parents did not have any idea that Meg was suffering.
We are devastated that we did not see any signs.
We could have helped her deal with her issues if
we had known what they were.
We had no clue.
We want to raise awareness and share Megans story, so other parents can spot the signs and seek support.
Sharing Megan's story to raise awareness of bullying and teenage suicide.
Her story reached over 11 million people on Facebook, and touched the hearts of the nation as so may people can relate to the devastating effects of bullying.
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