When I swam with Dylan Salge, I saw him every day, but I never knew that he was struggling because he never shared his story. When I was going through my darkest times, I also didn't share my story. It hurt too much, and I felt terrible admitting that I needed help. It felt like I was admitting that I was weaker, less of a man, and therefore worth less as a human being. But now I embrace that struggle and seek to be a light for other men and athletes going through that day-to-day struggle in silence. So they don't walk alone.