Grieving Out Loud with Angela Kennecke

Mother spearheads lawsuit against Snapchat in wake of teen’s fentanyl fatality

From FOX News to CNN and ABC, Amy Neville has found herself under the national news spotlight, but it’s for a cause she wishes never existed. Amy faced the heart-wrenching loss of her 14-year-old son, who, on the brink of his first year in high school, ingested what he thought was oxycodone, a purchase made through Snapchat. Now, Amy is on a mission, challenging the social media giant, striving to prevent other families from enduring the same devastating loss.

Amy says David Kessler’s online grief therapy has helped her heal. You can find more information about the program here.

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