God, take me home … Ryan’s final Facebook post on world suicide prevention day

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On World Suicide Prevention Day, heart-broken and frightened Ryan S Kelley, from Fort Wayne, Indiana, took to Facebook saying he was going to end it all.

He became another of those who are gone in 40 seconds, according to latest statistics.

World Suicide Prevention Day, promoted by the World Health Organisation, says that every 40 seconds, someone loses their life to suicide.

And Ryan, in his 30s, a campaigner over parental alienation, became one of those people.

But he isn’t just a statistic, Ryan’s is a real-life story and here the consumerwatchfoundation.com publishes his last post on Facebook.

Ryan wrote: “This is the hardest post I’ve ever had to do. By the time you all read this I will be gone.

I’m so sorry everyone, I’ve lost all my strength to carry on.

I have become a burden on my children and friend’s. I drag everyone down. I have been fighting to stay alive for years and I just can’t do it any more.

I understand many will judge and hate me for this and I’m so sorry to my children. I will miss you all. I am so sorry to my kid’s moms too.

I’m sorry to my friends and landlord.

I hope one day my children and friends will forgive me. Please let my children grow up to be successful and happy.

Please keep me and my children in your prayers as I say my final goodbye. I love you all.

My final request is to not be cremated . I don’t believe in that. I have other reasons .

I messed up recently and caught a case. I can’t keep up with my fines and am facing jail time. I am not cut out for jail. Once I get out of jail I’ll be sent to jail in Decatur for non payment of child support.

Once I get out of there I won’t have a phone. There also is no homeless shelter there. I will have no where to go or way to eat.

 I will be no good to my children or anyone.

Please God forgive me and take me home.”

Andrew John Teague, from NAAP and D.A.D.s (dads against parental alienation), who spoke with Ryan about campaigning on a number of occasions, said: “Shortly after this message was posted, Ryan took his life.

“Not very often I post things with any of their names. This is public knowledge and my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

“I have spoken with Ryan in the past, most of the time on his gloomiest times to help pick him up. It is very sad and heartbreaking.

“His family, children and anyone who knew Ryan will be shattered into pieces.

“The world needs to know exactly what goes on with so many.  Children left behind never to see their dad again.”

Everybody at the consumerwatchfoundation.com sends their condolences.

World Mental Health Day describes itself as ‘a day for us to unite in our efforts to improve the mental health of people around the world.

‘The theme selected for this year’s Day is suicide prevention to raise awareness of the scale of suicide around the world and the role that each of us can play to help prevent it

To link with World Suicide Prevention Day, Facebook said it is tightening its policies on suicide  after consulting with a series of experts on these topics.

The social media giant said: “The social network, like others in the space, has to walk a fine line when it comes to self-harm content. On the one hand, allowing people to openly discuss their mental health struggles with family, friends and other online support groups can be beneficial. But on the other, science indicates that suicide can be contagious.”

The consumerwatchfoundation.com says once again:

All parents, MPs and social workers should be asking one thing … Cafcass, what are you doing to stop this awful tyranny of despair?

International Men’s Day recently highlighted issues that men face on a global scale and encouraged people to have open conversations about mental health and suicide.

Andrew John Teague, from Swansea, said: “It’s an epidemic, people are not seeing their children and not even knowing when you will ever see them.

“It cripples me having to deal and help these vulnerable parents. I’m not ashamed to say I have had tears roll down my face.

“There needs to be reform before more and more become just another statistic. It’s barbaric the way these parents are treated.”

But Andrew also points out that it’s not only dads who are driven to end it all. He has had to deal with mums and grandparents who feel they’ve reached the end of the line.  He said: “A mum was rushed into hospital lucky to be alive. She had to be revived. She has endured over four years fighting for her children.
“I can understand what the mother of the two children has gone through, heart-breaking.
“But I can only imagine the pain, hurt and suffering the family must feel seeing their daughter in this condition and feeling powerless to do anything.
“How many more need to go through this? It’s hell on earth for any parent, grandparent and family members.”

9 thoughts on “God, take me home … Ryan’s final Facebook post on world suicide prevention day

  1. Stephen Best Ryan was an absolutely lovely guy who suffered many issues including struggling with the family court system as well as depression. I have spoken with him on numerous occasions including recently. Thank you for publicising this as many people take their own lives and nothing is ever said about it publicly. This issue needs to be talked about more.

  2. Prayers going out to his family and his children👑🙌🙏🙏. I also pray they won’t let.his death be in vain. I pray they gather the strength to sue the state, family court division, judge n CPS Atleast civally, if not criminally!!! Ryan would not want this injustice to continue!!! Please friends n those who care, let his legacy be love and peace for children💜

  3. Sending prayers to his family, especially his kids. They have lost a loving father over stupid petty things. I understand how he felt. In 2012 my ex turned my 14 yr old only child against me and my family. My dad and my daughter were inseparable, and when he passed in 2014 he had seen or heard from her in a yr and a half. It now been almost 6 yrs for me. She and I were always close and to hear her say… You have never been a mother to me in my 15 yrs, crushed me. Her dad and his mother told her I was taking another man ( that he and I met in march of 2012 by the way) to court to prove he was her real dad. Who does that???

    After we separated I moved in with my terminally ill dad. I was his 24/7 care as well as dealing with what was happening with my daughter and the divorce. I now suffer from sever anxiety and depression. I have had every pill I have in front of me ready to end the pain many times. But then I think that means.. He won. After having zero contact with my lifes breath, my reason for living in over 3 yrs ( we had the odd txt now and then) and my heath being what it is, I’m feeling that pull again. .. Just to say F it and do it.

    The alinating parent and counter parts know exactly what they are doing. They set out to destroy the other in the eyes of the children. Children are NOT weapons of mass destruction used to obliterate a loving parent and extended family. Its like once the relationship between the parents is over, mom or dad has to prove they are the good parent by crushing the other in the eyes of the innocent children.

    For the love of God… Why can’t people just get along… Why does it always have to down to… Annihilation.

  4. I am in this possible, as a mom and getting tormented by the courts. There is no stop to the lies. Then no one cares to help us. Good people like Ryan who love their kids but the courts won’t let us me. So what do we do, who will stop this ? How much are we supposed to take? How many people have to suffer? How many children have to grow up without their dad or mom. Someone help me a stop to this cycle.

      1. The children will pay the bill for parental alienation’s effects…Remember that if you were the nasty parent that can’t put your kids needs before your own… you are really true evil child abusers… sadly you hate your exes more than you love your own children …God help us

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