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A teenager was found hanging shortly after telling his ex-girlfriend he was going to kill himself and it was all her fault, an inquest heard today. Nathaniel Pritchard, 15, had been in a relationship with the girl for eight months but it had recently ended, the inquest in Merthyr Tydfil was told. In the early evening, he had a conversation with his ex-girlfriend on his computer, using instant messaging service MSN, and she told him she was seeing another boy. Mr Redrup said Nathaniel ended the conversation by telling the girl to go off with her new boyfriend, adding: "I'm going to kill myself and it will be your fault.
The inquest heard that Nathaniel went to his bedroom in the loft of the house. When his ex-girlfriend called him on the telephone a short time later, his younger brother, Connor, took the phone upstairs, where he found him hanging. Nathaniel's parents cut him down and he was taken to the Princess of Wales Hospital where he was put on a life-support machine. He died on February 15, the same day his cousin, Kelly Stephenson, was found hanging while on holiday in Kent.
Bridgend Coroner Philip Walters said the provisional cause of Nathaniel's death was multiple organ failure and hanging. An inquest was also opened into the death of year-old Jenna Parry, whose body was found hanging in Cefn Cribbrw on Tuesday.
Her death brings the total of young people from the area thought to have killed themselves since January to Mr Redrup said Jenna, who had Teen dating bridgend recently split up from her partner, had a history of self-harm and had ly attempted to take her life at least twice, by attempting to take overdoses. Mr Redrup said: "She had recently split from her boyfriend and found it difficult to accept that. She struggled to rekindle the relationship. He added that Jenna had been taking cannabis and prescribed drugs.
Hanging was given as a provisional cause of death. The Samaritans said youngsters most at risk included those who appeared withdrawn or who seemed to be bottling up their problems. The charity Papyrus, which is committed to suicide prevention, said other warning s in teenagers included being tearful, finding it hard to sleep and suffering from eating problems. A spokesman for the charity said: "Parental intuition can be the key to spotting it. A lot of these parents might be thinking:.
Papyrus encourages parents who are concerned about the mental well-being of a teenage son and daughter to:. Say that you love them and care about them, no matter what. Reassure them that this happens to others. The charity urges teenagers who are feeling suicidal to tell someone they trust about how they are feeling. It says: "This could be someone in your family, your doctor, a teacher, the school nurse, college counsellor, or someone from your church. Ask them to keep you company until the feelings pass.
The Bridgend branch of Samaritans can be reached on Childline can be contacted on and Papyrus, specialists in preventing young suicide, can be reached on ES Money. The Escapist. The Reveller. The Optimist. ES Best. ES Mag. Follow us:. Password Please enter a valid password. Submit Submit. N athaniel Pritchard, 15 committed suicide shortly after he and his girlfriend split up. Charities have urged parents of teenage children to remain vigilant.
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