On February 15, my friend Ari "Deebo" Johnson committed suicide. His closest friends had no idea that he was struggling with his mental health, let alone that he was suicidal. At a funeral service filled with memories of Deebo’s expansive laugh and easy smile, we were left grappling with unanswerable questions. Why would a man with a life blessed with loving family and friends choose to end it so abruptly? How could it be that a guy like Deebo was suicidal and no one knew?
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