A couple of months before he died, the boy burned the skin on the back of his hand off, developing thick scars that remained the rest of his life.Self-harm, most commonly manifested as cutting, is common among teens suffering from emotional pain."This kid doesn't need to go to jail, he needs to go to a doctor" Adamek sat down with on Thursday to talk about his son's final days.
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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Daniel Adamek had a very dark day on Thursday.
It marked a year since his final conversation with his son, Christian. Daniel Adamek reflects on the final days of his 15-year-old son, Christian, during an interview at the offices in Huntsville on Thursday.
The Sparkman High School student, just two weeks shy of his 16th birthday, hanged himself in the family's garage last Oct. The date marked a year since Christian, suffering from deep depression, hanged himself in his family's garage. (Crystal Bonvillian/[email protected]) Christian had gotten into trouble at school, and was arrested, a few days prior to his death when he streaked naked across the Sparkman football field during a football game.
His suicide made national headlines due to unfounded rumors that administrators had threatened him with being labeled a sex offender for the stunt.
Daniel Adamek, a single father of three, disputed the role the streaking incident had in Christian's death and has spent the past year telling his son's story, a story of depression so heavy that Christian would drink anything he could find - hard liquor, vanilla extract, mouthwash - to numb the pain.