Jack Beattie was a charmer and natural comic who worked hard to boost his mental and physical health. Academically, he earned his high school diploma a year early. But Beattie struggled with mental health issues from childhood. His family sought help at every turn, but Jack wasn’t diagnosed as bipolar until two months before his death from an overdose at the age of 20.
Jack Beattie was a charmer and natural comic who worked hard to boost his mental and physical health. Academically, he earned his high school diploma a year early. But Beattie struggled with mental health issues from childhood. His family sought help at every turn, but Jack wasn’t diagnosed as bipolar until two months before his death from an overdose at the age of 20. Provided by Dr. Kathryn Beattie and St. Luke’s Health System
Jack Beattie was a charmer and natural comic who worked hard to boost his mental and physical health. Academically, he earned his high school diploma a year early. But Beattie struggled with mental health issues from childhood. His family sought help at every turn, but Jack wasn’t diagnosed as bipolar until two months before his death from an overdose at the age of 20. Provided by Dr. Kathryn Beattie and St. Luke’s Health System

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