News excerpt taken from http://www.pottsmerc.com/
There is a moment in James Niblick’s son’s life that his father remembers like a photograph.
Niblick recently took his son, a 9th grader at Spring-Ford, to see a movie with friends. Niblick also stayed to watch but sat in different sections of the theater because of how fond teenagers are of sitting with their parents at such social functions. Niblick caught up with his son and his son’s friends afterward. As each teenager turned on their cell phone outside the theater, a change quickly came over them. “I just watched them deflate,” Niblick said. “It was about a friend that had killed himself.” On top of that, Niblick said the kids had a feeling something like that might have played out with their friend. “They knew there were signs,” he said… [Read More]