In ninth grade, I was friends with a girl named Catherine. She always wanted to talk to me during PE and biology and acting class and we texted a lot, but I didn't consider her a close friend. She may have considered me a close friend, though, since she trusted me enough to tell me that she was sexually abused by her brother. That was six years ago. I went to live with my grandparents after ninth grade and they took away the internet for several months after a suicide attempt (it was triggered by something that a girl online said) and that was my only way to talk to people because my dad was still refusing to accept that teenagers need unlimited texting, so we don't really talk anymore. But yesterday morning, she posted on Facebook about hating her life and wishing she was dead and feeling like nobody cared about her. I'm really worried about her. I started crying when I saw those posts. What should I do? I mean, I could tell her that I care about her, but she might not believe me because I never talk to her. If I ask what's wrong, I won't know how to respond if she tells me. I asked for advice on another forum, but only one person even answered, and he wasn't helpful at all. Just to make this absolutely clear, Catherine and I ARE NOT teenagers. I am 20 and she is 21. The person who tried to help on another forum told me to tell my parents, but that wouldn't do any good because my parents don't even know her. And even if they did, they wouldn't be good people to tell. My mom is schizophrenic and refuses to get help, and my dad has autism and got busted for child porn. My grandparents don't know her, either. And my grandparents and I live in Arizona while Catherine lives in Kansas. So no advice that only applies to kids with normal family situations, please.