Wall Township game developer jumps from GWB after online bullying

assetContentWALL — Rachel Bryk had a lot to handle for a 23 year old. Diagnosed with two extremely painful neurological diseases six years ago, Rachel struggled just about every day to get out of bed. The second oldest of four children, Rachel also was dealing with the issues of being transgender. And most recently, she was…

Posted: April 29th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County News, Port Authority, Wall Township | Tags: , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Wall Township game developer jumps from GWB after online bullying”

  1. Tom Stokes said at 12:57 pm on April 29th, 2015:

    May God have mercy on her soul and provide comfort to those who mourn her.

    As for those humans who encouraged her to kill herself, congratulations for being the equivalent of ISIS in NJ. All you have done is join forces with the forces of evil in attempting to prove to God that humans are not worthy of worshipping God.

    Shame on you.

    I not only pray for this lost soul and her family, but also for those lost souls who desperately need to to wake up and stop taunting and hurting the weaker among us.

    Stop the bullying and if you can’t say a kind word to someone who was obviously troubled, then just shut up. You helped push a young person into ending her life.

    All life is precious. And Faith is important in providing Hope to that Life. My prayer is for all who are in similar situations of hurting and hopelessness that they, too, can have their Faith reinvigorated to restore God’s Grace of Hope to their lives.

    Restore Faith. Restore Hope. Restore life!