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February 14, 2016
Thinking of you often, and missing you always. Rest well, ned.
January 19, 2016
Mr. Vizzini's death was an impact upon me; I read of it in the New York Times and Long Island Newsday. Soon in 2013, I wrote a blog post focusing on suicide and giving a note to his passing.
The blog site was deleted online. But the cartoons (from that blog site) I drew about suicide were saved and later published in my first book, 57 Pages: A Short Book of Thought Motivating Cartoons.
One of the key qualities I appreciate about Ned with his books he was reaching out to help others. He also was conveying an understanding that the helpers need assistance also and be seeking the support of others.
It is not a healthy decision to end one's life. Mr. Vizzini's death should not be in vain in aiding us to pay attention to ourselves in maintaining favorable mental, emotional health. All of us need to love and to be recipients of continus loving beyond the extent of suicide prevention.
I wish to convey my sorrow to Ned's family, friends and close associates and to his readers for their immense loss. I look forward for them and myself of enjoying a future with no sorrow and pain and outcries, thank you for reading here my expressions.

Sincerely,

Curtis W. Jackson
October 22, 2015
His book changed my life. Wish there was a grave or memorial to visit.
June 12, 2015
Thanks ned for writing a book that helped me get through my tough times, I'm sorry you couldn't get through yours
December 11, 2014
Ned Vizzini was a very inspirational man and I looked up to him greatly. Having been suicidal in my early teen years and depressed in more recent years, I have connected to his writings greatly. The first time I read "Its Kind of a Funny Story" it gave me hope for the future. It saddens me deeply that he took his own life, especially after he has saved so many. I remember when I saw the article of his death the day after, I kept to myself and cried. Ned was a beautiful man who has impacted my life in many ways and I hope that his soul is at peace wherever it may be.
April 28, 2014
Until you meet again God be with you
April 18, 2014
I didn't know this happened. I'm very sorry for the families loss. Ned was so different in his writings from any other author. I loved this man, and felt as if I could connect with him in all of his books. I wish he was still here to continue to give the world something special with his words. You are very much missed.
March 24, 2014
His writing changed my life. I look up to him a lot, as an aspiring writer suffering from mental illness. I would have loved to meet him in person to thank him for everything he has done. Rest in Peace, Ned Vizzini.
March 24, 2014
Rest in peace and bliss. You are loved. Always.
March 24, 2014
Ned Vizzini's books got me through the darkest parts of my life and I only wish he could've made it as well. The world truly won't be nearly as great with him gone. But I hope that his wife and son will continue to live for him and that his son grows up reading the amazing stories that his father wove. I hope he found peace.