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In 2018, the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team’s bus was involved in a crash that killed 16 people and injured 13 others. In this video, Movember hears from one of the players from that team, Tyler Smith on how he recovered from such a devastating time in his life.

Tyler suffered serious injuries from the crash, but luckily, he was able to recover and get back into playing hockey full-time. But one of the hardest things that he faced was recovering from it mentally. Having to carry on after the loss of his friends and team mates was a massive struggle and Tyler said it was only through the support of other people that he got through it.

The Movember charity and movement looks to raise awareness around mental health and encourages men to speak up if they’re feeling depressed or isolated. Tyler tells us that it was through speaking out and talking to others that he managed to recover mentally in the aftermath of the horrific crash. It’s a moving message that shows us the incredible resolve of people like Tyler and reminds us of the importance of being open about our feelings.

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