Relationships in your midteens are a minefield. It's a time when you are starting to come into your own as an adult and making decisions that will affect the course of your life. With so much change going on at once, many teens are at risk of suffering from mental health problems.
Something which has been epitomized by the untimely death of 17-year-old Charlotte Guy.
Nowadays, teenagers are able to communicate with each other 24/7 in ways that they couldn't in the past - whether it's through Facebook, WhatsApp, or Snapchat, and one accidental mistake on the latter was the tipping point which caused Charlotte to end her life.
The teen had planned on confiding in a friend over Snapchat that she had cheated on her on-again-off-again boyfriend, 20-year-old Jack Hurst, but instead of sending the message to her friend, she accidentally sent it to him in September of last year.
Realizing that she had made a terrible mistake, Charlotte immediately messaged Jack again, writing, "Goodbye. Please forgive me."
This was not, however, the last message that she sent before ending her life.