Ashley begged her 500 Twitter followers to help her, but no one replied. Soon after, she committed suicide. {story here}.

 

It's sad that stories like this are becoming all to common... Teens committing suicide and it's documented through their blog or twitter. But the picture is so much more bigger than that...

 

If you read the story I'm sure that you have many different thoughts about it. Reading about what happened to Ashley really made me think. They asked why none of the 500 followers called the police. It seems like in the blog world, {from previous blogging experiences} that people are too busy writing expressing themselves and their daily life or business, and not reading for understanding {other blogger's posts}...

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