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Just over four years ago, Gail Griffith’s then-17-year-old son Will attempted suicide by taking an overdose of prescription medication. Fortunately, he survived, but the ordeal taught her a great deal about teens, depression, and how a suicide attempt affects a whole family.
- Gail Griffith longtime advocate and fundraiser for humanitarian causes, including landmine awareness and now mental health-related issues.
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