If you or anyone you know is thinking about harming themselves:
CANADA: 1-833-456-4566 or text 45645
USA: 800-273-8255 or or text TALK to 741741

More resources at

Crisis Services Canada


Lee’s sister Sasha has created a 10 day fitness & mediation challenge to encourage others to care for their physical and mental health. Below are the links to both resources. Please share these links to anyone you know who could benefit.

Free 10 Day Fitness Challenge videos

Free beginners guide to Meditation by Kirsten Nielson for anyone who wishes to learn to meditate or deepen their practice!
Deep Listening – Beginners Guide to Meditation

A Fundraiser has been created to spread Lee’s message. Created to combat cyberbullying and continue her advocacy surrounding mental health. If possible please consider contributing and/or please share far and wide. Click the link below to access the fundraiser.

-Words taken from the Instagram of Life with Lee-
After living an extraordinary life, and fighting a brave battle with depression, our hearts are shattered to share that Lee took her life on Friday. She was the brightest light, a magnetic force of nature and was loved by so so many.
If we can do one thing for Lee now, in the midst of this soul-crushing loss, it’s to spread the message that mental health is just as real as physical health, and that illness can strike anyone, no matter how unlikely they may seem. It’s ok to not be ok, it’s ok to ask for help, it’s absolutely necessary to ask for help. Lee was an advocate for mental health. She was candid and open about her own struggles. She was receiving help: from professionals, from family, from friends. She had support around her. She was not alone, she was not trying to fight this alone. And yet she still succumbed to this terrible illness. It is more nuanced than we can, or do, appreciate or understand. Life is more complex than a single social media post. Things are complicated. Don’t believe what you see online. Get out into the world and talk to your loved ones. Check in. Ask them genuinely how they’re doing. Be available to help. To listen. To offer help. Remove the stigma of asking for help. Let’s spread the awareness of this issue, for Lee and every one else who needs to hear this: #speakupforlee And hold your loved ones tight. Tell them you love them. Because life can change in an instant.
We will miss her with every fiber of our hearts.


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