Cheerleader Arlana Miller Dead – After She Uploads Suicide Note To Instagram

I have written so many suicide notes in my life but finally, I’ve reached my end’: Southern University cheerleader, 19, is found dead just hours after posting heartbreaking final Instagram message blaming COVID and injury for her depression

Suicide is a huge public health concern in the United States. The country has one of the highest rates of suicide among wealthy countries.

Between 2000 and 2020, the yearly suicide rate in the United States grew by 30%, from 10.4 to 13.5 suicides per 100,000 individuals, adjusted for age.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, the Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Indian Health Service collaborate on the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.

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Arlana Miller, whose Instagram handle is @lanaawanaa, was found dead in the Mississippi River. She was a Southern University student and cheerleader.

She was a freshman who was majoring in agriculture on the Baton Rouge campus. She was born and raised in Texas. Miller attended an HBCU college in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Arlana Miller, a Southern University and A&M College student, was found dead in the Mississippi River after her family got concerned about her location after she purportedly posted her farewell note on social media.

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On her Instagram account, the Southern University Jaguars cheerleader posted a lengthy statement that frightened her family and friends. Miller discussed supposed suicide ideas throughout her earlier years and how long she has battled the cravings in the post, which has over 65,000 likes.


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She loved everyone in her life, but she’d had enough of battling and hoped that her decision brought serenity to those she cared about.

Arlana Millers Shared Her Suicide Note On Instagram

Arlana Miller posted a farewell message on Instagram. She expressed gratitude to everyone in her life and discussed her fight with depression.

“May today be a day of rest and calm for me.” She composed.

“I’ve been fighting this inclination since I was a teenager. I put everything I had into this life. I’m grateful to everyone who has come into my life, and I can only imagine how this may find you. I’ve been surrounded by people who may have thought I was fine, but I haven’t been fine in a long time.”

Miller’s family, friends, and others are offered the school’s heartfelt condolences, and counseling is available for individuals who may require further assistance during this difficult time.

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