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The story of Ryan Bealer

Yesterday, several families in America lost a young adult child to suicide. Today, several more families will lose a young adult child to suicide. And tomorrow, several more families will lose a young adult child to suicide. Mental health professionals and families would like these deaths to drop to zero.
 Ryan Bealer was a 21-year-old man who, from the outside, looked to have a bright future. Intelligent, from a good family, hard working, and was a year away from graduating from Kansas State University with a degree in computer engineering. He had been offered an excellent post-graduation job with the ...

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