Marie Osmond on Parkland School Survivors' Apparent Suicides; Offers Advice
Marie Osmond emotionally discusses two Parkland School shooting survivors that died in apparent suicides and opens up about her son, Michael, and the effect it took on her family after his suicide. "It's still raw. Let me tell you something I've learned. The children suffer. I had to spend time helping my children heal. Not just me, but my children needed the healing. Yes, counseling is super important, but some people can't afford counseling." Osmond adds, "These children are 18, they're 17, 16... when I had postpartum, I wanted to drive my car off the road five times, but my 40-year-old brain said that was crazy. Even though it felt right. These kids don't have enough experience. Talk to your children... you can't let a therapist raise your child, you have to raise your child."
Air Date: Mar 25, 2019