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Here's What Happens When Teenagers Talk Openly About Mental Health

Ross Szabo was the kind of high school senior that college admissions officers dreamed about. He played varsity basketball, volunteered for the Special Olympics and Students Against Drunk Driving, and was elected student body president. He was also living with bipolar disorder, a diagnosis he'd received two years earlier. He told no one about his inner struggle. He felt so alone that he began to think about nothing except ending his own life.
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