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Cheslie Corrine Kryst

Cheslie Corrine Kryst

April 28, 1991-January 30, 2022 | I’ve been struggling, like everyone in the world, that knew and loved her. We don’t understand and we ask why? We must continue the conversation of mental health, because it is real and it is serious, especially as the world has gotten more challenging and complicated. ~Nesha Pai


As a society, we should not be afraid to speak up about suicide, to speak up about mental illness or to seek out treatment for an individual who is in need. Eliminating the stigma starts by understanding why suicide occurs and advocating for mental health awareness within our communities. There are suicide hotlines, mental health support groups, online community resources and many mental health professionals who can help an individual who is struggling with unhealthy thoughts and emotions.


Cheslie Kryst touched more lives than most humans ever will in their lifetime. Her legacy will move on and when we look up into the sky, the star that shines the brightest we know will be you. 💔


We all loved you so much! My prayers and wish for peace go out to her family and loved ones everywhere.

If you’re thinking about suicide, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) in the U.S., or find a suicide helpline at Suicide.org.


#checkonyourstrongfriends #yournotalone

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