July 29, 2016
When the federal government reported this month that Washington state teenagers were among the most depressed in the nation, it came as no surprise to Kathleen Gilligan.
Her son, Palmerston Burk, should have been among the graduates last month at Vashon Island High School, but he took his life nearly four years ago.
“I suspected he had bouts of depression but was terrified of it,” Gilligan said. “This is why I talk about the subject now, because I Read More
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