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Hunter Brown paid tribute to his brother Garrison Brown on Instagram following his tragic death with a heartfelt post and a series of photos showcasing their bond. Garrison, who passed away at 25 with an apparent suicide, was the son of Janelle and Kody Brown, who confirmed the news on social media. Garrison’s sister Maddie also shared a touching tribute expressing her grief and the impact of his loss on their family.

Kody Brown, known for his reality TV show “Sister Wives,” has six children with Janelle, including Hunter and Garrison. Kody has been legally married to multiple women, including Meri and Robyn Brown, and was spiritually married to Christine Brown as well. The family has faced challenges over the years, including strained relationships with his children due to strict COVID-19 rules and concerns about his sons’ mental health. Janelle expressed worries about her sons, including Garrison, during filming of “Sister Wives” season 18 in 2022.

Maddie Brown confirmed that mental health played a role in Garrison’s death during an Instagram video in which she emphasized the importance of discussing mental health awareness and self-care. She mentioned the dangers of social media and highlighted the need for authenticity online, as comparison on social media can negatively impact mental health. Maddie pledged to continue raising awareness about mental health issues in honor of her brother.

The Brown family has been navigating the challenges of their complex family dynamic, legal and spiritual marriages, and personal struggles while in the public eye. Garrison’s tragic death has brought attention to the importance of mental health awareness and self-care, as his sister Maddie continues to advocate for destigmatizing these conversations. The family, along with fans and supporters, have been mourning the loss of Garrison and reflecting on the impact his life had on those around him. The tragedy serves as a reminder of the significance of cherishing moments with loved ones and prioritizing mental health and well-being.

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