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Breaking Shame and Stigma; A Race for Mental Health and Suicide Awareness

According to his mom, even from a young age, Tyler simply loved people. No matter where he would go, he couldn't leave without having met new friends. He especially loved the elderly, and he shared a special bond with them.

Tyler was a student at North Platte High School, where he was a member of band, choir, football, and track. It was on the track team that he discovered his love of running.

On the inside, he was hiding his struggle with his mental health. His sadness, fears, anxiety, and hopelessness were hidden from those who loved him the most for reasons known only to him.

He was only 20...


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