Relationship therapist and TV Host Dr. Laura Berman and her husband, Sam Chapman, joined Dr. Phil days after they found their son Sammy unresponsive in his room after taking just one pill. They say they learned Sammy had communicated with a drug dealer on a social media site, bought a pill, and had it delivered to their home.
It’s been one year since his death, and they return to Dr. Phil to share how they’re coping and to share about Parents for Safer Children, an organization they started to help other parents not suffer through the same trauma and to demand change from social media companies.

“What we’re trying to push for is, at the very least, if you aren’t going to take these people down and help the police find them, and bring them to justice, and protect our children, then let us protect them by having parent monitoring software on your platform, like Facebook does,” Dr. Berman says. “But Snapchat has been unwilling to do that because they’re too afraid that will affect their bottom line. It’s all economics for them.”
Hear more from Dr. Berman and Sam in the video above.
On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "When One Pill Kills," hear from three other families who say their children also purchased counterfeit pills on social media, which were laced with fentanyl and killed their children within moments. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

If you would like to write to your local district attorney regarding enacting Alexandra’s law in plea deals for fentanyl drug dealers, click here for a sample letter provided by Nathan Hochman and Matt Capelouto.

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