Batavia parents to raise suicide awareness
BATAVIA – Blythe Miller said she talks to others about the death of her daughter, Quincee Ariel Barnes-Miller, because she hopes to do what she can to get rid of a stigma.
Miller said she is not ashamed to say Quincee died because of suicide during her sophomore year of high school. She will join others Tuesday at Batavia High School in hopes of raising awareness and helping others who might be in need.
“If we can get rid of the stigma, which is only there because society puts it there, then I think we can help people’s lives,” she said. “I’m not ashamed of how my daughter died. I’m not embarrassed of her. I talk about it freely.”
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