After posting her farewell note on social media Southern University and A & M College (SU), the student was found dead in the Mississippi River after her family worried about her whereabouts.
Miller, whose age was not disclosed, attended HBCU University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The Southern University Jaguars cheerleader shared a long message on her Instagram account worried about family and friends.
In a post that currently collects over 65,000 likes, Miller talks about the allegations. suicide Her youthful thoughts and how long she has been fighting impulses.
“May this day bring me rest and peace,” Miller wrote. “I have been fighting this urge since my early teens. I have devoted all my fights to this life. I am very grateful to everyone who has entered my life. And I can only imagine how this can find you. I was surrounded by people who might have honestly thought it was okay, but it was okay for a while . “
After that, college students think about how to deal with Covid, who suffers from injuries and is almost always lonely.
“I had a lot of trouble this year alone, from covid to tearing my acl, to almost failing everything in my class,” Miller wrote. “Learn from the people of my life that you will be able to speak out your feelings and always get help! I failed it, and I’m worried it might be late doing.”
After that, Miller talks directly to her mother. Her mother thanked her for her peace and reassured her that she had written her suicide note before, but this time she was at her limit. bottom.
“Thank you mom, I hope you know I’m resting now. You’ve given me something to make me happy, you’re all to make me happy “Given,” Miller wrote. “I am happy with all the quiet and peaceful water. I wrote many suicide notes in my life, but I have finally reached the end.”
She wrote that this wants to check people for their “strong” friends and teach them to always exist. Miller said she felt disappointed and lost her connection to God.
“I hope this tells everyone to check your” strong “friends, always be there! I’m inconsistent with myself, but never give up !!! I know that many people are disappointed in what I’m trying to do, “Miller writes. “But … the truth has already disappointed so many people throughout my life, and it just feels intolerable. I have lost my connection with God. Like the devil has won. & It’s ok, I don’t blame anyone for this! “
She apologized to all her family and friends and closed the post, revealing that she was trying to make everyone in her life happy. She loved everyone in her life, but she was fighting enough and wanted people near her to find peace in her decisions.
“I thank everyone for everything they did & IM SORRY IM SOSOSORRY. But it’s not enough to just think about how others feel about my death. I’m others I tried to please and make my whole life happy. I’ve been dead for too long. Remember that this isn’t your fault for everyone I love. I pray that I don’t feel guilty in my situation, “Miller wrote. “I wish I could tell Grandpa … I’m stupid and not worth it, but you left me and found your own peace.”
“I’m always as stubborn and proud as you,” she continued. “I’ve always dreamed that I’d be as much as it is today, but that’s not enough. I’m not enough. I didn’t feel enough for a while .. but , I say all this, I’m done with the fight. My fight is over, and I pray that everyone finds peace in it. “
Southern University and A & M University pointed out that she is from Texas and majors in agriculture, and issued a statement via Twitter expressing their deep sorrow for Miller’s premature death.
“The entire campus community is deeply saddened by the premature death of Arlana Miller, a freshman who majored in agriculture at the Baton Rouge campus,” the tweet read. “Arlana is from Texas and was one of the cheerleaders at Southern University.”
The school expresses its heartfelt condolences to Miller’s family, friends and others, and provides counseling to those in need of special assistance during this dark time.
“We would like to express our heartfelt prayers and condolences to her family, classmates, teammates, and everyone who knew and loved her. Student physical and mental health is a top priority of the university. It’s one, “reads the tweet. “Therefore, our University Counseling Center (UCC) and partners are available to all students who may need support during this difficult time.”
Southern University Jaguars condolences to Miller and her family, the SU cheerleader team, and her friends. The school also mentions providing grief counseling to those in need.
“Jaguar State, we mourn the loss of freshman Southern University cheerleader Arlana Miller,” the tweet read. “We seek your prayers, love, and support. We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to The Miller family, SU Cheer, and friends. We love you Arlana #ForeverJag Sadness counseling is available. “
Many who were influenced by Miller’s story shared their feelings about her alleged suicide, sought help from people, and encouraged those in need.
A Facebook user named Dria Derricho talks about Miller’s death and urges others to check people and make sure they know you support them and love them. I did. It’s unclear if Derricho knew Miller personally.
“I hate reading things like this. It’s very sad to think and read! To those who are fighting these problems. These temporary feelings never last and get better. Let’s keep fighting and a better day is coming !!!! I don’t think I can sleep after this, “Derico wrote. “Suicide is always high !!!!! YALL BETTER WAKE TF UP! Don’t just check people, stay there for them, love them, support them, and help them! It’s not always temporary! I wish I could help in some way. Rip Arlana Miller #su #mentalhealthmatters #arlanamiller”
If you or someone you know is suffering from depression or suicidal ideation, there are ways to get help. You can use these resources to find help for yourself, your family, or your friends.
Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Spanish 1-888-628-9454