She tracked down the girls that her daughter had made a pact with but does not feel any anger towards them.
"I think they were shocked that Carina had actually done it.
Their campaign is being led by Papyrus, a charity led by concerned and bereaved parents for the prevention of young suicide.
Under the Suicide Act 1961, assisting a suicide carries a prison sentence of up to 14 years. The Government has ruled out changing the law and seems content to leave regulation to the industry.
"I had no idea that these sites existed before the death of my son.
We were taken completely unawares because as far as we knew he was a perfectly normal, sociable and happy youngster.
Still, if parents come across any acronyms they believe could be problematic, they should talk with their kids about them, said Greer.
Katie Greer is a national Internet safety expert who has provided Internet and technology safety training to schools, law enforcement agencies and community organizations throughout the country for more than seven years. People will continue to die as the result of suicide chat rooms unless something is done." Simon is one of many young people whose deaths have been linked to suicide websites in recent years the most recent was a 13-year-old girl in Lytham St Anne's, Lancashire.Grieving parents want websites and chat rooms that promote suicide to be banned.If you think you are tech savvy all because you know what “LOL” means, you might want to test your coolness. Acronyms are widely popular across the Internet, especially on social media and texting apps, because, in some cases, they offer a shorthand for communication that is meant to be instant. If it makes you feel any better, many parents didn’t know what it meant.