the time a girl died in seventh period | trigger warning

the time a girl died in seventh period | trigger warning

i wanted to put this disclaimer here. she was declared legally dead outside of the school on the following sunday. however, she was brain dead and technically “alive” on respirators in the sense that they restarted her heart and kept it beating with the help of machines. but she did die in school, was revived and put on life support, but her life did end that day in school.

stay safe, stay alive.

here are some resources if anyone needs help or knows anybody who needs help. if you have any other great resources, please put them in the comments below:

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20 Responses

  1. Alice Trott says:

    Why do I watch these videos at night

  2. A Plant says:

    On Monday (March 6, 2017) , a girl at our high school was trying to ditch, and she tried to jump the fence. Well, when doing so, her ring she was wearing had got caught, and her ring finger ripped off. It was so fucking scary. She was high when this all happened.
    EDIT: Oml people from ELCO actually have seen this comment lol

  3. SA *from SABooks* says:

    that was your most powerful video, Gabbie, Im really moved and triggered in a good way. Its amazing to use Youtube fame and such for a high cause, and I think you just leveled up your channel rn 🙂

  4. Jacky's Edits says:


  5. Aurra .s says:

    This is crazy. Just 2 weeks ago, a boy in my class Overdoesed. We’re 14.
    It was in class. He randomly went outside and then fainted. We all thought he was joking around because he is that kind of kid. He started seizing and i saw it. I was crying so hard. Honestly, we all thought he was going to die. I looked away but i could hear him gasping for air. It was truly terrifying. He’d taken 30 panadol and then run 5 laps of our oval so his body was failing…
    But he is okay. He is fine. But a lot aren’t, Stay safe guys ❤

  6. mnmemma_ says:

    I hate when the school/staff don’t tell what happened.

  7. Pretzel_Bun :3 says:

    1-800-273-8255 (US)
    We love you. Please stay alive for us.

  8. simplymaggiee / says:

    Although suicide is the main topic here, if I can help at least one person by posting these then that’s all that matters. If you are going through something, you are NEVER alone and there is always someone there to listen ❤️

    Lifeline: 13 11 14
    Depression Hotline: 1-630-482-9696
    Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-8433
    LifeLine: 1-800-273-8255
    Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386
    Sexuality Support: 1-800-246-7743
    Eating Disorders Hotline: 1-847-831-3438
    Rape and Sexual Assault: 1-800-656-4673
    Grief Support: 1-650-321-5272
    Runaway: 1-800-843-5200, 1-800-843-5678, 1-800-621-4000
    Exhale: After Abortion Hotline/Pro-Voice: 1-866-4394253
    Self Harm: 1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288)
    Pregnancy Hotline 1-800-4-OPTIONS (1-800-467-8466)
    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Youth Support Line 800-850-8078
    National Association for Children of Alcoholics 1-888-55-4COAS (1-888-554-2627)
    National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-422-4453
    National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)
    National Drug Abuse Hotline 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)
    National Youth Crisis Hotline 1-800-448-4663
    Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention 1-800-931-2237 (Hours:8am-noon daily, PT)
    Veterans: 1-877-VET2VET
    Adolescent Suicide Helpline: 1-800-621-4000
    Postpartum Depression: 1-800-PPD-MOMS
    Nami Helpline: 1-800-950-6264

  9. Sloth Boy says:

    the people who disliked the video are honestly so rude, what if they were in gabbies situation, I’m pretty sure they wouldn’t feel the same

  10. Mikaya Moorleghen says:

    I’m upset that the teacher that didn’t wake her got suspended

  11. Jimin's Scrunchy Baby Face Is My Favorite Drug says:

    (Major tl;dr warning)

    When something like this happens, it definitely stays with you and you wonder if there was something you could have done differently. During the spring semester of 9th grade, a girl who I’ll call Gwyn transferred to my school. She was really sweet and soft-spoken and had gorgeous blonde hair and brown eyes. We shared a theater and PE class and I really enjoyed talking to her. Though I never really knew the details of her home life, I knew that she and another girl in our theater class lived in a local group foster home. She talked about her parents visiting frequently and how she went on outings with them, so I assumed it was just a temporary solution for the “family issues” she mentioned them having. A lot of kids in our class would make jokes about her because on a couple of occasions, she showed up late and looking as if she’d been beaten (a black eye, a bloody lip). I was always taught that it was rude to pry into someone’s family affairs, so I never asked what was going on. A few days before the end of the school year, she got into a very public argument with another female student over a guy. It wasn’t a full on fight. The other girl was just yelling and cursing at Gwyn and had yanked her by her shirt, and Gwyn was holding her hands up and crying and saying she didn’t want to fight her. They both ended up getting sent home and that was the last time I saw Gwyn.

    On the first day of 10th grade during first period, I was hearing rumors that she was dead. During lunch, the girl who lived with her in the group home confirmed that she killed herself by taking an overdose of an antidepressant. I took it for a grain of salt because this girl was notorious for being a pathological liar, but when one of the faculty mentioned it, I knew it must be true. I looked for an obituary but never found anything in the beginning. A few months ago, almost 10 years to the day that she died, it popped in my head for the first time in about 7 years to look again. I ended up finding a very brief obituary in a newspaper from a town 150 miles away that mentioned only that she had passed away at the age of 16 in a hospital, but it contained no picture. I actually found her mom’s Facebook from the relatives listed in the obituary, and it wasn’t long before I happened upon a photo of her. Something about looking into her eyes for the first time in ten years made all of that sadness come back. We’re taught not to pry and that “snitches get stitches”, but I wonder if her life would have been different had someone truly befriended her, had teachers cared and not treated her like some poor foster kid who would only be a temporary fixture in their classroom.

  12. sunset moonrise says:

    The boy who sold the girl drugs got in a lot of trouble? Was he not arrested?!

  13. Katie C says:

    Y’all I found the article about this online from 2007…. it’s legit, so y’all who are saying she’s lying can stfu

  14. Desiree Hensley says:

    Ok, no one is probably going to see this and this is a little off topic but I feel like it’s important. When I was in eighth grade there was this girl that was kind of shy and really cute.( Before I continue, its important to note that almost all the poplar girls were extremely skinny and looked down on people who weren’t as skinny as they were). Well this girl wanted to be like them so she refused to eat anything and wore baggy clothes (even when it was boiling outside) to make herself look skinnier. Well one day in class she just fell over on to the ground. We left the classroom and an ambulance came to pick her up. She fainted from lack of nutrients and over heated do to her clothes. They said that if she kept this up she could seriously injure her internal organs and worse. Anyways, what I’m trying to say is don’t listen to what douchebags have to say about the way you look. Don’t do something stupid just because you want to look like everyone else. If you *really* want to lose weight then exercise and diet, you know, the healthy way. But no matter what you are a beautiful human being.   (sorry for the long post, here’s a potato ?)

  15. Amelia Main says:

    One of my best friends killed herself with an overdose. This is very hard for me to type but thanks gabbie for the awareness. R.I.P Rachel. I miss you so much. And I’m sorry I didn’t understand what you were going through ❤️

  16. Mølly B says:

    im 12. yes, im young. but i suffer with anxiety and depression. recently ive been told to kill myself by someone face to face. ive been cutting my wrists. my boyfriend talked me out of it and told me some really motivational words and luckily i don’t cut. please, if you were in my situation, tell someone. you’re going to be okay. stay alive frens |-/

  17. victoria Zavadska says:

    Last year in class my Bestfriend told me she took some pills and smoked the strongest weed and told me not to tell anyone later that day in class she did the same thing she put her head down and we thought she was sleeping end of class she wasn’t waking up so we called the ambulance gave her CPR and luckily she survived and the reason she survived because I told the doctors what she took and they knew what to do after …. I felt so guilty for so long UNTILL this video

  18. Hey stob it, a novel by Kim Seokjin says:

    Has anyone ever noticed how youtubers don’t use capital letters in the title of serious videos?

  19. Hoe City says:

    Suicide doesn’t get rid of the pain, it just passes it onto someone else x

  20. The Silver-key says:

    Hugs not drugs. :):

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