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A Conversation With Mark Sullivan, Philadelphia Marathon LEGacy Runner and Course Expert

Speaking of course changes, Sullivan had the opportunity to run the half marathon course earlier this year and he ran the marathon course changes and he approves the changes. He goes on to share th…

Source: A Conversation With Mark Sullivan, Philadelphia Marathon LEGacy Runner and Course Expert

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Minding Your Mind ~ TCS NYC Marathon Weekend

Happy Friday!

It’s Race Weekend!

I’m headed to NYC tomorrow, October 31, 2015 (Halloween) to run the TCS New York City Marathon this Sunday, November 1, 2015.

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Last Sunday’s Perfect 10 Miler was my last long run / training run for the TCS New York City Marathon.

The New York City Marathon (My second marathon) is extra special because I am running on behalf of a non-profit organization, the Minding Your Mind Foundation.

My good friend, Wendi Platt is a board member with Minding Your Mind and she asked me to run for MYM last summer and here I am today preparing to run 26.2 miles for my family members, friends and people touched by mental illness.

I am Blessed to Make a Difference and determined to help educate more people about mental illness.

Join my Team Today. Your tax-deductible donation will go a long way in educating families about what they can do to help someone touched by mental illness.

One in five. One in five teenagers will suffer anxiety, depression, self-harm, substance abuse or suicidal ideation.

One.  It only takes one person to make a difference. You can “be the one” to make a difference by supporting me and Minding Your Mind.

Thanks for your support!

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Minding Your Mind’s (MYM) primary objective is to provide mental health education to adolescents, teens and young adults, their parents, teachers and school administrators. MYM’s goal is to reduce the stigma and destructive behaviors often associated with mental health issues. Treatment is available, yet only 3 out of 10 individuals needing help actually seek help. Minding Your Mind Programs move away from crisis based response to prevention through education.

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