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Jun

24


2020

Zeb C.

By Zeb C. __   As long as I can remember, I’ve been gay. There has never been a moment where I wasn’t gay. In fact, I rarely thought about my sexuality as different until I am reminded by someone else that I’m gay. My childhood is like many LGBTQ peers: If I would have […]

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Jun

17


2020

Beth E.

By Beth E. __   On the 13th November 2019, I swallowed several handfuls of pills in attempt to end my life. But before you read on, I want to let you know that this is a story of hope. If you are looking for a sign to hold on today, this is it. It’s not […]

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May

30


2020

Steph T.

  By Steph T. __   My name is Stephanie. I am a 28-year-old female and I live in Calgary, Canada. This is my story…  Two years ago, I was approached by a man who claimed to be an Uber driver. I accepted the ride but unfortunately, this man was not an Uber driver; I […]

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May

25


2020

Nick B.

  By Nick B. __ This is my story and how it has shaped me today as a leader and a coach. The story shares details about my past that make me the person I am today. When I was 18, my dad was arrested for a white-collar crime. At the time, I was living […]

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May

11


2020

Zoe S.

    By Zoe S. __ “Hey happy thanksgiving I’m rlly grateful for the friends who stayed by my side during my early college degenerate years. despite it all u remained my friend. When I struggle with sobriety I think about my family and people like you and it helps.” On November 23, 2017, I […]

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May

8


2020

Jack M.

    By Jack M. __ My name is Jack Macnee, and I am the Chief Financial Officer here at TAD. I became involved with TAD roughly a year and a half ago in response to losing a close friend to suicide. When this devastating news broke, I found myself in utter disbelief. I was […]

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Dec

30


2019

Why I Started TAD

By Ben Greiner __ June 30th, 2017. The day my best friend texted me something that forever changed my life. “I don’t want to live anymore.” I never saw this coming. This lifelong friend of mine had succeeded in all areas of his life and seemingly on track to achieve great things. He was the […]

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