Gia Allemand & Her Boyfriend Were ‘Fighting A Lot’ Before Her Suicide

Thu, August 22, 2013 5:39pm EDT by 9 Comments
Gia Allemand Ryan Anderson Fighting
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Wendy

Posted at 10:25 AM on August 24, 2013  

I don’t think Gia was trying to “have the last word,” as one commenter says. That’s pretty ridiculous! The guy she was in love with just told her he didn’t love her anymore. I think depression, hurt, lonliness, a whole host of feelings come into play and at that moment you just want to get rid of the pain. If she suffered from depression, bipolar, whatever it is, that would exacerbate those feelings. What she needed was not a famous ball “player” – these guys are too stupid to know that their fame and money is what’s attracting all the women who they then can’t resist – but a decent, down-to-earth family guy who would have treated her love like it was worth something.

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queenrosered1

Posted at 12:28 PM on August 24, 2013  

Wendy? That was ME who said she was having the “last word” and that is EXACTLY what she did! Her life and her plans weren’t going smoothly and he hadn’t asked her to marry him as she wanted and she couldn’t MAKE him love her, etc. and she “showed him”! Of COURSE there was MORE wrong with her because a normally mentally healthy person does not kill themselves over a failed romance, DUH! YOU said ” What she needed was not a famous ball “player” “but a decent, down-to-earth family guy who would have treated her love like it was worth something”
WRONG! Ding ding ding! What she ACTUALLY needed was a sense of SELF-WORTH. That is never tied to another person or relationship! In the case of my neighbor who killed himself, he wasn’t “winning” a 2 day-long argument with his wife over her affections (or lack thereof) for him, so in a huge and FINAL “F**K YOU” gesture to her, he pulled that trigger. It only takes an instant to make a decision that one does NOT have to live with but that haunts other people for a lifetime.REAL Life experiences. Get some. If YOU (or anyone reading this!) feel the urge to “end it all” to “get rid of the pain of sadness, loss, loneliness” etc. PLEASE seek counseling! Talk to people about it. Death is not A solution.It’s the FINAL solution and a spit in the eye to all humans who struggle day after day in much more difficult circumstances in most cases, than you or I can even comprehend.

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Lisa 7

Posted at 4:34 PM on August 23, 2013  

This is BULL! It’s not his fault AT ALL! Mental illness is to blame. Millions of people have worse problems and don’t commit suicide. How dare you. Blaming an innocent man that just didn’t love her. If that were the case, I would have been dead a lot of times in my life. How dare you putting this man in this position. REASEARCH! Something was wrong with her, LONG BEFORE HIM!

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LissaCaldina

Posted at 2:25 AM on August 23, 2013  

lool

Posted at 7:30 PM on August 22, 2013  

This goes to everyone whether man or woman. Do not put all your hope for the future, your plans, happiness on a person, job, or whatever thing on this earth. Things, people, situations are constantly changing

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queenrosered1

Posted at 8:40 PM on August 22, 2013  

AMEN Mondy! So very true. Just a senseless loss of what could have been an awesome life.

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Mondy uk

Posted at 6:47 PM on August 22, 2013  

Rip to gia. Gia was ready to do those thing and Ryan wasn’t ready to do those thing because he is young @25

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queenrosered1

Posted at 6:47 PM on August 22, 2013  

So now her boyfriend is the bad guy because he wasn’t ready to commit to her now and may have even admitted that he didn’t “love” her. Ya know what? I really REALLY feel for her family! And for Ryan who I’m sure is suffering with not only loss but terrible, needless guilt!
A year ago last April, a neighbor of ours, an awesome 33 year-old father of 2 shot himself under the chin with a deer rifle, killing himself.His kids and wife were home at the time and as the closest neighbor (and a nurse) I was asked by the hysterical wife to see if “he is dead or can he be helped?” I’ve been a nurse for 35 years but nothing ever prepared me for that scene.And as if that weren’t bad enough, the grief I witnessed from the 2 kids (screaming, sobbing, etc.) will haunt me for the rest of my life and certainly the rest of theirs! We thought the world of Jason (their Dad) and had NO IDEA he would ever do this! It destroyed his Mom, his kids, his wife.He and his wife had been arguing over his jealousy for 2 days and we had no clue!)
Suicide is a SELFISH and cruel act of defiance and a stupid way to “have the last word” and IF people would seek HELP when they feel this depressed instead of acting without thinking of others, there would be less senseless tragedy. She was still young and beautiful.Her life did NOT need to end. Period.

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Maxwell

Posted at 10:12 PM on August 22, 2013  

Very true, I completely agree with you. God rest her soul! but I feel very bad for her boyfriend, it seemed she did not see all her great fortune in life and only looked at the fact she wasn’t married…and the fight tipped her, senseless.

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