UPDATE: Liteasha Wright and her daughter have been found and are safe. Her family have confirmed on social media.
Liteasha Wright Suicide – Liteasha Wright of Chattanooga, Tennessee has taken to social media to make posts about not being able to continue with life. Liteasha earlier posted that she prays to to God that she have the strength to push through rather than letting her enemies win as the suicidal thoughts she has been having are real. Later on she shared a picture with her daughter and captioned “Mama tried but it’s time for us to go… sorry I was not strong enough”
Liteasha Wright who is also known as Princess is a mother one. She is a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, but resides in Center Point, Alabama. Wright went to to Center Point High School. At this time there are no information about Wright and baby’s well-being after the social media post.
Netizens have taken to the post and are sharing comments and thoughts.
To intentionally cause one’s own death by means of self-inflicted injury is the definition of suicide. An attempt at suicide occurs when a person injures themself with the aim to take their own life but does not ultimately succeed in doing so as a result of their actions. 1
There are a lot of things that can either make someone more likely to commit suicide or safeguard them from doing so. There is a correlation between suicide and various forms of injury and violence. Those who have been victims of violence, such as child abuse, bullying, or sexual violence, have an increased chance of taking their own life, for instance. It is possible to reduce suicide thoughts and behaviors by maintaining strong connections to family and community support systems and having easy access to medical care.
You can reach out to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Hotline if you are struggling with issues linked to your mental health or are concerned about a loved one who may require support during a time of crisis. Get in touch with a crisis counselor who is trained. The number 988 is anonymous, free, and available at all hours of the day and night. For additional details, please go to 988lifeline.org and check out the 988 Suicide and Crisis Helpline.
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