'It could be your mummy standing over your coffin crying for you'
Good morning, Micheal with you here. While it may be Christmas season, we'll start with something quite hard-hitting. Teresa Burke has been on a mission to warn other young people of the perils of taking drugs. Teresa, who now lives in Spain, regular visits home to give talks – particularly in schools – around the heartbreak of losing her son Kealan to drugs. His story may be familiar to many, but we spoke to Teresa on camera about her experience. Check out the full video on our website when you get a chance.
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