A message from Ashley’s family

Ashley’s family sadly wishes to inform her readers that she passed away on October 9th. She could no longer bear the suffering she was experiencing and finally succumbed to her severe depression. Her obituary can be found at: dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/vancouver-bc/ashley-peterson-10985838##

Thank you for supporting her blog as we know it was very important to her and helped give her life purpose.

144 thoughts on “A message from Ashley’s family”

  1. I just discovered this website and want to extend my condolences. Sending peace to your family and rest to Ashley. She created a helpful and insightful resource to the blog world. She will be missed.

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  3. Oh My Dear God!!!! I just came on here looking for her because it hadn’t seen any of her post in months. I can’t …. 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺

    My sincerest condolences to the family and friends 🙏🏾💔😓

    1. I have not been keeping up with her blog, but I had an idea for a post, so I emailed her. I am so shocked and horrified that she is gone. I just thought she was busy, I genuinely did not expect her to be done with this life.
      I’m shocked and deeply sorry for her and her family. ❤️

      With love from an American,

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  5. Ashley helped me with my writing, and gained a voice in my own mental health journey. I’m going to miss our talks and reading each other’s book drafts.

  6. I’m so sorry. I just found this blog via a book review and I really appreciated her tone and style – I was going to save it for later.

    She very obviously was helping make other people’s lives better. She was a gift.

  7. This is horrible news. I didn’t know Ashley personally but she touched me. She commented and supported my blogs in a really dark time for me. I haven’t managed to write for a good year now but I came on today and found this 😞.

    Rest in Peace lovely lady. Free from your suffering 💔💔💔💔

  8. I don’t mean to come across as rude, but if there’s anyone in Ashley’s circle who reads this (or knows people who were close to her) you need to shut down her email account from this blog. I emailed her last month about an idea for her blog. Her email address is still active. I did not get “this is not deliverable” or anything indicating the email address did not work. I had no idea she was dead until today.

    I personally think it is inconsiderate to people who don’t know that she is gone and may be expecting a reply from her to keep her email account active. I understand it must be hard to shut down because it’s like she is really gone and will never reply, but it is pointless and rude to those who are not in the know, to just leave it open/active.

  9. I miss you, Ashley. 🙁 ❤️❤️ Idk why but I’ve been missing you a ton lately. I need you. I want to hear your advice and opinions on all sorts of things. You held the WordPress mental health blogging community together. I don’t know what to do now.

    To others reading this, I remember that Ashley had written a post about what to do when a suicide prevention activist dies by suicide. I can’t find it now. I’d greatly appreciate a link to it.

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