Orthodox Jewish woman’s suicide letters post on Instagram after her death

Yocheved Gourarie, a 24-year-old Orthodox Jewish woman from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, jumped from the Vessel in Hudson Yards after her death, leaving behind a suicide note she had planned to automatically upload to Instagram before her death. suicide, she planned a heartbreaking farewell message on Instagram and assured her family and friends that they were doing everything they could.

The scheduled post was according to a day after Gourarie died The New York Post. The newspaper reported that Gourarie took the subway to Manhattan and bought a ticket to the Vessel, jumping off the highest level of the structure. She reportedly did not bring a suicide note. A source from law enforcement told the Post that she brought information that makes it easy to determine who to contact.

EMS declared Gourarie dead at the scene after receiving a 911 call, the newspaper reported.

In her latest Instagram post, she began urging readers to ‘probably sit down’ if they did not know what had happened now.

“I do not care to go in for the reasons why I am gone, but there are certainly more than thirteen,” Gourarie wrote, referring to 13 reasons why, a TV show in which the main character explains the thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life through posthumous recordings.

She also assured the people reading: “You all have made my life so much fuller, brighter and happier than it would have been without you. Your support, your encouragement, your hugs, your invitations, your smiles, your lyrics “If you mark me in memes, you think it’s going to be funny.”

“None of you could have done anything or done more to prevent that from happening. You have all done your absolute best and for that I am eternally grateful. I hope you can find comfort in knowing that I am no longer in pain. ‘

“I love you.” Gourarie sang videos and shared music with her father earlier in December, with the caption ‘by father and daughter’.

Her father, Avremi, posted a picture of a puppy on his Instagram on Friday in which she said she was the “cutest, prettiest, friendliest ‘puppy’ a father can hope for. ‘ He also shared Yocheved’s experience at Center for Change, a wonderful living facility in Utah for women struggling with ED [Eating Disorders]. “” We’re just figuring out how she gave herself to others (at the facility) and how many lives she touched, “Avremi said. Life will never be the same again … it will take time to heal. Many thanks to everyone who assisted us in the process. ‘

The New York Post reported that earlier Instagram posts reveal that she previously shared her struggles with mental illness and anorexia, with which she has allegedly struggled since the age of 12. “love and support around me” during her struggle. If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, you can get help in Israel here.