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          PLAYING How A Mother Overcame The Tragic Loss Of Her Child

          How A Mother Overcame The Tragic Loss Of Her Child


          April 6, 2017

          Sarah made headlines in 2005 when one of her twin boys accidentally hanged himself while playing the “choking game.” Overcome with grief and guilt that she should have done more to save her son’s life, Sarah came to Dr. Phil for help to move on with her life and to learn how to be present for her other son.

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